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Re: [IP] Re: insulin-pumpers-digest V3 #853

Good luck to you and Skylar.
Lacey ,(yrs old) hated having to do the saline. How awful- having to do the
pump and take shots as well. Our main problem was our endo wanted her to
wear it for a week.
We didn't. I wore it 2 days and she wore it 2.
However we were very educated on the whole process. Get the videos from both
April   Mom to Lacey
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Date: Tuesday, January 25, 2000 7:08 AM
Subject: [IP] Re: insulin-pumpers-digest V3 #853

>Hi all,  My name is Robin & my daughter Skylar is 5 & was dx'd 3 /12
> I am doing a saline trial on myself with Disetronic since yesterday.  I
>some advice from parents of young pumpers.  What age do you let them bolus?
>Have  those on Dis had problems with their young pumpers playing with it &
>accidentlly bolus???  I'm concerned because it's very easy to bolus with a
>Dis.  Also the rapid 6mm came out after going to the bathroom at midnight
>just swiping it accidentally.  I couln't deal with it at that hour & wasn't
>sure if I should reinsert the same set?  If it happened to my daughter in
>middle of the night I certainly would have put it back in!  I'm just
>nervous knowing if this is the right pump.  They are going to put a limit
>the bolus which make me feel alittle better.  At first the buttons look
>tempting to play with but maybe after a while she will loose interest
>it's NOT a toy.  Thanks for your input.  New & nervous.  Robin mom of
>5 yrs.
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