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Re: [IP] Pump fashion

Hey Chris,
             Congrates on the pump.... I use the 23'
inch tubing and wrap in velcro. The train joke was
great hehehe
 Good Luck.
 Bonne'Cowger-Roszel and Iko
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> Hi All!
> I love my pump and pumping!  In four short days,
> I've noticed better
> resiliency in my hips.  I'm actually able to walk
> further without extreme
> pain!
> Here is my problem.  I'm getting a lot of occlusion
> alarms and prime alarms.
> The prime alarms are always after the occlusion
> alarms and those are pretty
> understandable.
> I had been tucking my tubing in my pants and wear my
> pump on my belt.  I think
> the tubing  gets caught in a pinch area.  Lately
> I've taken to wearing all the
> tubing out side my pants and not walking near
> passing trains less I get caught
> up and hauled down the tracks. LOL
> Any suggestions?  I remember a thread about putting
> it in a bra.  At least I
> wouldn't get the occlusion alarms.
> Thanks for any advice.
> Chris and Julian
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