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Re: [IP] Re: insulin-pumpers-digest V4 #746

> << My daughter reports 
>  that occassionally and depending on the set placement .... that a large 
>  bolus will sting. When this happens, she splits the bolus into two or 
>  more smaller ones and waits a few minutes between them. >>
> Michael,
> I'm a little confused. If she doesn't know if it's going to happen or not, 
> how does she split the bolus into two smaller ones. Or does she just always 
> split it depending on a certain set of circumstances. I think I will try this 
> with Paul to see if it helps.

She knows after the first large bolus or two. There is usually a size 
limit, I don't know what it is. A few units makes no difference, but over 
??? it stings if the set is a sensitive one. This does not happen often.
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