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Re: [IP] Heat and Insulin

> A thought occurred to me today as I was dying of heat. (Northern CA)
> I am waiting to get the pump and am wondering, If the sight is
> changed every 2 to 3 days, is that how long the insulin should last?
> Wouldn't the insulin brake down? I mean it was over 100 degrees here
> today. Will the insulin tolerate that? We keep insulin in the
> refrigerator and all. Just wondering how this is supposed to work.

Think of it this way. When you take a shot of NPH or LENTE, it stays 
in you body working for 8-24 hours at 98.6 F. Insulin will work 
just fine in your pump on a hot day :-)

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