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Re: [IP] Pump and Preg.



A great description!  I think morning sickness is less of a preoblem with a pump
than on NPH since if you haven't bolused, it's ok not to eat.  You do have those
ocassional "I took a bolus, ate and threw up" moments but you learn.

email @ redacted wrote:

> I'd like to know too.. i'm trying to get pregnant.. a1c 6.2 and the green
> light says GO!!   i was on nph and regular with my first child 4 years ago..
> that went fine, hard, and very regimented but fine.. he's healthy and
> beautiful.. no dm... thank GOD!!!  but i just talked with my endo today and
> they said we just adjust the basals and bolus's like we adjusted my nph and
> regular before... it seems the "more pregnant" you get, the more resistant
> you get and the more insulin you need later on in the terms.. just watch if
> morning sicknes stirkes.. lows can be a problem... i also had many sonograms
> just to track the baby's growth... which was neat in a way.. i enjoyed seeing
> him on a monthly basis!!!  Good luck!
> lisa...
> dx 88  pumping 4/00  and lovin' it!!
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