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  1. Michel

    Someone in another place was asking about making infusion sites last. I am curious: do you ever keep yours more than 3 days? If so, how do you make it last? Or, on the other hand, do you have a hard time making yours last 3 days?
    Accessory question: do you see a drop in site performance on the 3rd day? With what pump?

    Thanks a lot!

  2. Eric

    Michel:
    If so, how do you make it last?
    Not sure if this is what you mean, but for tubed pumps, you can just leave the infusion set in and only replace or refill the insulin reservoir on the pump.
    Or are you asking for tips on how to make the site stay fresh for longer periods of time?
    Leaving it in for longer than 3 days is possible, but you get degradation after a few days. It is not a coincidence that all pumps have a 3 day limit that they advise you to change.
    Imagine watering your lawn and leaving the sprinkler on. Eventually the ground gets saturated and you’d have puddles. Your tissue can only absorb a certain amount. The tissue will get saturated and eventually your insulin absorption will be horrible.

    Pushing much past 3 days is not really a good idea. Eventually your insulin usage will become much different. Depending on your body tissue type, it might be 3 days, it might be 4 or 5. But at some point, it will suck.

  3. Michel

    I am wondering about some anecdotal stats:

    how long do your sites normally last (for what pump)?
    Do you see performance degradation on 3rd day (or later day in general)?

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