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Re: [IP] When do I sleep? (rambling...)



So if you get a 100 in the middle of the night with the pump you don't have
to feed it?  You can actually have pretty good numbers and be comfortable
with it?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Allison Rogers" <email @ redacted>
To: "ip list" <email @ redacted>
Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2002 2:38 AM
Subject: [IP] When do I sleep? (rambling...)


> Okay, so JayJay has been pumping a week now, and my question is...when
will I
> ever feel like I can sleep again? It's 2am and he just tested at 113,
> completely amazing. Two weeks ago, if he had been 113 at this time of
night, I
> would be trying to wake him up to snack on something.
>
> Will I ever get used to seeing good numbers at night? For three years he
was
> above 300 every night, and I knew that he would not be low by morning
because
> of that. It was almost comforting (is that weird?).
>
> All of our set changes have gone well. We haven't had any sets fall/get
pulled
> off. JayJay is starting to feel lows again, although we haven't had any
that
> were really bad (yet?). Beginner's Luck? I hope not. I'm crossing my
fingers
> that it stays like this.
>
> How could any doctor in his/her right mind not think this was the best
course
> of treatment for a person with diabetes? On the day you get dx'd they
should
> show you how to do an injection, and then start you pumping. It's an
amazing
> little piece of machinery!
>
> JayJay named his pump, btw. It's name is "Zero". When my hubby asked him
why,
> he said "Cause that's how many shots I got today!" with a VERY BIG GRIN!
Music
> to my ears.
>
> I think I'm through rambling for the moment. Guess I'l go see if there are
any
> good infomercials on until I go do another test.
>
>
> Allie
> Mom to JayJay, age 4, dx'd @ 11 mos. Pumping with Zero.
> Sadie, age 2, and
> Alden, 9 mos.
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