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RE: [IPk] No delivery warning

 Thanks everyone. I rang medtronic and asked them (had to ring anyway as my sets
etc still havent arrived) and the bloke said that its quite normal when you
first start a pump which i struggle to believe as 30 in 6 days cannot be normal.
It may be related to where theyre going as i've had infections in both sides of
my tummy area so it could be that but i'll just put up with it for the moment as
i can't use these sets anywhere else without it hurting too much. Thanks

Jackie Jacombs <email @ redacted> wrote:
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Hi Sammy

Sasha had a lot of no delivery alarms when she first started when she used the
sets in her tummy, she is quite skinny and muscular. We changed the sites to
her backside and we had no future problems. We rang medtronic at the time and
they also suggested that this was the likely cause.

Jackie mum of Sasha aged 13

> I've got a paradigm 715 and it keeps coming up with a no delivery/occlusion
> warning. I've had about 30 since the 1st of may and i've changed the
> insulin,and
> tube seperately once, infusion set about 3 times and the whole lot in
> one go but
> it still keeps coming up with it. Not sure if I've just got something wrong
> could there be something wrong with the pump? Has anyone else had
> this problem?
> Thanks
> Sammy
> .

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