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Re: [IP] I got off the pump & Do you love your pump



I think this situation applies to most of us but I find using a pump 
makes it much
easier to correct when there is a day to day problem.

Margo
On Dec 23, 2004, at 2:27 PM, Linda K wrote:

> I think my basals are correct on some days, other days not!
> Was thinking how maybe I'd be better off going back to Lantus & 
> Novolog.
> But then, I did have to eat snacks for the Lantus, carry syringes, 
> insulin vial, and etc.
> IMO, it as if "the grass is greener on the other side of the fence."
> As a whole, I'd rather be on the pump.  My A1c on shots was ok, 
> (according to endo), better with pump.
> It is worth the extra effort and figuring as neither is a problem 
> every day, as shots are--MO. You do the best you can, with either way 
> you choose.
> My husband & children got used to my wearing the  pump too. Linda
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