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Re: [IP] change to ultraflex



Hi!
I've just switched to the ultraflex as well. LOVE THEM! They stay in place,
don't hurt, and yes, the absorption rate seems better! I've been going to
suggest them to folks who are having a problem keeping their sets in. . . I
like having to use less insulin. and, I'm using the 8mm set.
Best to Kevin.

Peg W.



----- Original Message -----
From: "Robin Ramm" <email @ redacted>
To: "pumpers" <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, March 18, 2002 8:32 AM
Subject: [IP] change to ultraflex


> We recently re-tried the Ultraflex infusion sets again for Kevin. He was
using
> Tender. They are very easy to insert and work better now that he is
finding
> less fat pads to put the tender in. BUT, we have had a lot more lows
> consistently and know we have to change the basals again. I was wondering
if
> anyone else had the same experience?
>
> When he used tenders, if he went shallow on a site change we knew to
expect
> lower numbers, so I guess we are to expect that with this too. So far,
they
> have been working out great!
>
> Robin
> Mom to Kevin, 14, dx 12/98
> pumping 5/99
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