People with Type II Diabetes requiring long-acting insulin can inject themselves once a day with a syringe or insulin pen, but there is an alternative to that: insulin pumps. Insulin pumps provide a continuous supply of rapid-acting insulin throughout the day, which has the same effect on the body as one daily injection of long-acting insulin. (And if you require mealtime insulin, you can get the insulin pump to deliver a "bolus" or extra amount of insulin.)
Now insulin pumps come in two types: tube pumps and patch pumps. Tube pumps require you to inject a new injection set into your skin every 2-3 days. Concerning patch pumps, there are two patch pumps on the market, V-Go which is injected once every 24 hours, and Omnipod which is injected once every 3 days. There are also insulin ports like the I-Port, which is also injected once every three days.
But my question is, are there any insulin pumps (or ports) which you can keep attached to your skin for more than a few days? I just want to minimize the frequency of injections as much as possible. Something that you just inject once and then it stays attached for two weeks or a month would be great.