I use the Apo-Go apomorphine pump and started about 3 years ago. I had to go into hospital for a week to learn how to use it and it took quite some time to get used to it. I was always fussing about this or that, saying the needle wasn't in properly and things like that.
About a year ago, suddenly everything fell into place and often forget that it's there. I used to get very uptight if the alarm went off on the pump but the calmer I stay the easier it is to sort out. You phone the manufacturers and they are really great, give you advice and stay with you, on the phone, until you are happy that everything is OK.
The addition of the ApoGo to my drugs regime kept me working for another 2 years. If I forget to actually Turn the pump on after I've set it all up, at about 10.am. I start going "off", realise what's happened and turn the pump on. I don't do that too often ".
The downside of wearing this is that when I go on holiday, I don't go into the swimming pool very much because I can't be bothered to keep changing the needle.
Hope this is helpful but always happy to answer any questions about my experiences.
All the best