I’ve been using the Frio cases to keep my pens from getting too warm. It is usually 90°F here in Raleigh, NC. I’m not outside all that much during the work day, but I certainly was when I was walking around outside during my vacation. Then a friend pointed out that insulin in a pump is right next to the body, and can handle the higher temps.
So I’m wondering what others think about keeping insulin from getting too warm. What have your experiences been?