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Decisions are hard. Diabetes decisions are harder.


That is a popular saying among my team at work and it perfectly describes how I feel about a decision I must make. And it has to be made sooner rather than later. Although it isn't a direct life or death type of decision, it still in a way could have that impact. 
I need to decide on my next insulin pump. See? Totally life and death, just not directly. The insulin pump helps me live. Not just live but to live a much more normal life like all of you fools with working pancreases. :) 
I am at a complete loss though of what to choose. 
I received my first insulin pump four years ago this October. It was exciting. I was scared. I was not thrilled. And then I was able to take control of my diabetes. And become a heck of a lot healthier. Becoming so healthy helped me fall in love with my insulin pump and continuous glucose monitor (CGM) because I didn't think I could ever truly be healthy. Especially as healthy as I now am. 
My current pump is the Medtronic MiniMed 530G. When I st…

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