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Re: [IP] Re: Justin and the Utah trip......



I have used hot tubs while i was shooting and it never seemed to bother me.  Let
me know if you find out any thing differently. There are a few more post on hot
tubs and insulin 12/26/99.

email @ redacted wrote:

> Just when this Mom thought her hair was turning BACK from white to its
> natural (ha!) blond..........Justin's blood sugars have been SO normal while
> skiing in Utah, despite my worries - he's managing himself quite nicely.  I
> decided I'd give the poor kid a break and not call him last night, even tho
> it was time for a site change.  Lo and behold, my ex-husband called me last
> night to let me know he'd heard from the Utah folks and that Justin DID
> remember its time for a site change and was going to do it AS SOON AS HE GOT
> OUT OF THE HOT TUB!!!  $*#&$*  Freaked out since I recall prior posts about
> insulin and hot tubs, I made the ex immediately call Utah and have them yank
> the kid OUT of the hot tub and explain why he can't be in it.  Thank G-d he
> had the sense to take his pump off before going into the tub, but I wasn't
> sure if that was good enough.  Any advice?  Would the tub still cause an
> insulin rush from the insulin in his tissues?  Or can he enjoy the tub as
> long as he'd disconnected?
> You all are the greatest support group in the world!  Thanks thanks thanks
> thanks!
> Sunny
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