This is a whine, vent, petty gripe whatever -- but done light heartedly.
I've always known it is a right-handed world out there, and take pride in sharing my left-handedness with Da Vinci, Michelangelo etc. But with diabetes stuff - it really is a right-handed world.
I have to leave the strip canister loose in my meter case, otherwise my (less than adept) right hand is responsible for getting the damn things out. I then twist the meter around so that it reads upside down in order to apply the sample (I use an Ultra Mini)
With my pump, of course I use my left hand to reattach to my waistband. I accidently hit a button, stopping the delivery and get the "fur Elise Alert" at least once a day.
Of course, I don't expect meter companies to offer leftie cases, but I had to get it off my chest. And of course, I know it is a petty whine and I am very very grateful for my devices.
Now that I feel better I'll step down off my soapbox.