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Re: [IP] Re: Wearing A Pump


Hi!  Well, I've been wearing a pump in my stomach for 16 years and I'm
pretty small (unfortunately not muscular).  I get teased a lot about my
small size.  I have many scares but most of them date back 8 or more years
(the needles have changed dramatically).  I ocassionally get sore spots or
infections but they are small and eventually (year or more??? varies) become
sites again.  I imagine that if you skip all the damage I did in those early
days, you will have mostly plenty though I also imagine there will be
ocassions on which you feel like you're running out (like blood testing?  My
fingers get like that too).

email @ redacted wrote:

> I'm a new pumper, and still adjusting. I am very athletic and workout
> five days a week. My bs are currently in good control. Next week I
> incorporate my workout routine which is high Intensity, So I must remove
> the pump. I'm a little nervous. Since the main reason I went on the pump
> was my continual lows durring the day, I'm not sure what to expect now.
> I would love to hear some tips.
> I'm also adjusting to wearing this, being that I have a nice shape I
> feel that I'm always trying to hide it.
> Being slim and musccular I don't have alot of subcutanious tissue. I
> could use some advice on sites. One problem is my upper abs and legs are
> exposed durring workouts- and they are not too cushy. So far my lower
> abs has worked best(unfortunately not a very large area). But how many
> times can you continually use them before the skin scars?
> thak you,
> Rona
> Insulin-Pumpers website   http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/

Insulin-Pumpers website   http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/