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Re: [IP] Honeymoon Period

yes, I agree, I'm just trying to think what this endo's train of thought is.  
Is this an endo that is pro pump or are they not familiar with it?
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> >>>My endo told me that I would go through a honeymoon period which is a
> stage where your body may still produce some insulin on it's own. It is an
> unpredictable time and the doctor probably won't start a pump because they
> will be unable to give him an accurate pump rate. >>>
> So, how would injections of long-acting insulin that must be fed be better
> than a pump that can be adjusted at will??????  I think the endo of the
> original poster is just unfamiliar and avoiding learning about pumping.
> That's just MHO - which I highly respect. (~_^)
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