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Re: [IP] tissue damage from pump use

I have worn a pump for over ten years, first starting out with the steel
bent needle and about five years ago going to the soft sets.  I have yet to
have 1) site infection or 2) tissue damage from use of the pump.  That shoud
help answer the question.  
For the rest of you, who has now had a pump the longest on this list?   Sort
of wondering
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> From: email @ redacted 
> To: email @ redacted 
> Subject: [IP] tissue damage from pump use
> Date: Tue, 2 Dec 97 00:12:02 +0000 
>Hello Everyone,
>Thank you to all who gave their opinions about the different pumps.  I had
>asked a question last week and so far nobody has given me any insight to
> I was wondering about tissue damage from long term pump use.  I know about
>the rotation of sites and I know of all the site possiblities.  Even with
>this, does a pumper run a higher risk of tissue damage than a diabetic on
>injections.  This is a question that I am going to ask my endo at my next
>appointment.  When I started on pump therapy in May of 1997 I had a endo
>was "the pitts."  I "fired" his butt shortly after starting the pump and I
>now have a wonderful endo.  That doctor I first had didn't lay everything
>on the table giving me the pros and cons of pumping compared to injections.
> If anyone has heard about tissue damage or has had problems with it,
>let me know.  Also, if you have damage is it reversible?
>Cindy <><