About the Polls category

The polls sub-category is created with the idea to get to know us better. We will not use this information for commercial purposes; we want to serve our members better and learning about each other is the best way to do it.

Please feel free to suggest any polls you think we should add to our forum!


It’s good to know how our community members are dealing with their A1c. I suggest this poll:

What’s your last A1C?

  1. 4.0 - 5.0
  2. 5.0 - 6.0
  3. 6.0 - 7.0
  4. 7.0 - 8.0
  5. 8.0 - 9.0
  6. 9.0 - 10.0
  7. Above 10.0

Please don’t be shy about your results. It is a personal journey, and we all want to be better.

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6.9, the best in 10+ years.

Polls are fun. Polls are fun. Thanks, you guys!

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@Mila, can you please make a poll with this information? Thanks in advance.

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@Mila, another poll suggestion please. It will be good to know how our members control their diabetes.

How do you control your diabetes?

  1. Medtronic pump
  2. Tandem
  3. Animas
  4. Omnipod
  5. Loop system
  6. Other brands (Combo, Sooil, Etc.)
  7. MDI

Thanks in advance Mila.

12 units of Long Acting Tresiba and then 1 or 2 units of Humolog on an as needed basis. My new meter is cool. The OneTouch Verio Flex is connected by bluetooth to the OneTouch Reveal app. on my IPhone. I cannot exercise vigorously due to my heart condition.





Note: I am a Medtronic ambassador. My opinions are my own. They did not pay me to say nice things about Medtronic devices or the company. OK, they sent me a shirt and a cup but even I am more expensive than that.

Several polls that I would like to see are:

Which one do you hate changing more?

  1. Infusion Set (pump/insulin)
  2. Sensor (CGM)

When changing your infusion set, which do you hate more?

  1. Removing your old infusion set (tape removal)
  2. Inserting a new infusion set (refilling the reservoir, inserting another needle/canula, etc.)

When changing your CGM/sensor, which do you hate more?

  1. Removing your old sensor (strong tape, cleaning transmitter, charging transmitter, etc.)
  2. Inserting a new sensor (inserting & taping the sensor, calibrations, etc.)