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Re: [IP] Brittle Diabetics



Jenny, 12, is not in very good control either. Some days is seems like that is
a rubber wall surrounding the 100-150 range so that she just can't be there.
She is either high or low. At least part of it is hormones and forgetting to
bolus. Frustrating, huh?

Kay

kathy bruckmeyer wrote:

> Hi all:
> I am not quite sure how to send a new message so I am replying on someone
> else's message...
>
> I was wondering if there are any brittle diabetics out there who are pumping
> and has being on the pump helped give you better control?
>
> I have been pumping since Dec. 2000 and my b.g. are still messed up, go high
> and low for unexplained reasons...
>
> My dr. says I am her problem pump patient and she doesn't know what to do
> anymore...saying that she had hoped my going on the pump would have given me
> more control.
>
> We are aiming for a consistent 150 but that number never stays even near
> there for one whole day.
>
> What have you done to get yours under control and I keep asking myself what
> I am doing wrong?
>
> I look forward to hearing from some brittles out there.
> Kathy B.
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