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[IP] less insulin

Ted,  this is all a matter of efficient use of the insulin rather than
having the insulin  working when you don't need it .  When you get
started on your pump, be sure to check your basal rate(s) immediately.
Refer to the book Pumping Insulin.  Read the book before you have your
pump start and review it later.  It's extremely helpful.   Having those
numbers accurately set helps a great deal to get you stabilized.  It's
not a pleasant experience but pays off immediately.  Also count your
carbs.  It's a scientific matter and if you work at it, it comes out as
it should.


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