A busy life and managing diabetes is certainly a reality non of us this forum are alien to, but I wonder if you could advise on what path I could choose, given the following:
I’m currently choosing a new pump to work alongside my CGM, and was initially drawn to the DanaRS due to the fact that once I become used to manually pumping, AAPS would be an option for looping, which seems superior over other, commercial alternatives.
However, most likely in the coming months, I will be coming to grips with being a new dad, moving house, changing jobs and setting up a website, so I may not have as much time as I would like to dedicate to becoming experienced with closed looping.
In these circumstances, would something like a T slim with Control IQ be a better solution, mainly for the reason that it offers an “Off the Self” alternative.
Compared to AAPS, Control IQ may not be as advanced, but may well be much less difficult and time consuming to set up, and therefore in this context, may be a more effective solution to achieving better quality of life and BG levels.
The more I research I do on pumps, the more I’m starting to think personal experience wearing one, over time, is the only way to truly discover what my real preferences will be.