In case you didn’t know, this is an insulin pump. I believe it’s a mio. One of my most fondest experience was being asked to put a pump in me so i can somewhat capture how it feels to have an insulin pump like those with type one diabetes. The whole process of setting it up was painless. Mine had saline in it instead of insulin. This method was so much easier to manage than insulin pens or injections. It took my friend with type one diabetes (also her first time on a pump) to figure out her bolus and basal, but once she got the hang of it, she enjoyed it much more.
The setback to this is that it’s quite expensive, but i heard the insurance could cover it. Whats neat about the pumps is that you can set it so that insulin is constantly being put through your body, almost like another pancreas. It’s also very useful during the night too.
This is great before and after meals. :)