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[IP] RE: insulin-pumpers-digest V13 #1205

I've been off the pump for about five years and probably won't go back on
it.  I was having terrible site reactions/infections. I use Humalog pens and
Lantus.  It's super easy to inject via the pen, and my HBA1c results have
been similar to when I was on the pump.  I don't have a CGMS, but might
consider that (I test about ten times a day).  Sure the pump would be easier
with basal adjustments, but I just inject more insulin in the morning.  I
don't feel as if it's more work at all, and my sores/reactions from the pump
made the transition easier, since I DO NOT miss them at all!  If I had no
problems, the pump would be awesome.  You'll get it worked out.  I do take a
pen shot most times that I eat unless it's a low carb food and my blood
sugars are already good or I just exercised.  Best to you in the transition!
Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2017 23:52:12 -0400
From: email @ redacted
Subject: [IP] Re: insulin-pumpers-digest V13 #1204

Hello pumper friends. I am looking for  anyone that has  gone on  a "pump 
vacation". I have just made this decision after 13 years being on the  pump.

Having too many  site issues. Tried different insets and I get  leaking 
 sites and aggravation. Enough changing sites daily. I saw the endo and am
tresiba and novolog. Seems like a full time job  of checking, notes, 
 rotations , etc. I know I can do it. Am overwhelmed at the moment. Without
rates, do I need a  shot each time I take a  bite of food? Corrections  are 
an issue now. I need confirmation from   new CDE with  adjustments. I 
appreciate any help in advance. How long did u  stay off the pump?
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