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Re: [IP] Re: So happy to be pumping!



I think if you sleep on your tubing, it should be ok, chances are you 
would sleep on the pump and that would be unfomfortable! I do not think 
it could get squished, since I often have it under my belt. tried 
squeezing it, it is quite strong

ru t sti wrote:

> Thanks for those of you who responded to my post!  I guess I spoke
> (wrote) a little too soon, since my blood sugars have taken a turn
> upwards (194 one night and 251 this morning)!  However, they are overall
> better, and I'm still working on my basals.  Luckily, my nurse practioner
> let me figure it out on my own, which is just as well.  I have the book,
> Pumping Insulin, and I wasn't especially looking forward to calling her
> every two days.
> 
> I am also very intrigued about the "roaming free" at night with the pump.
>  I'm sure this is not a very intelligent question, but what happens if
> you sleep on your tubing?  Wouldn't it cause a crimp or something in the
> line?  That's my concern!  I'm afraid I'd stop the insulin flow and end
> up in ketoacidosis!
> 
> Thanks again for the support from this wonderful group!
> 
> Blessings,
> Ruth  (have yet to come up with a name for my pump--none that I've
> thought of seem quite right)
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