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[IP] Re: [weight gain on pump??



Hi,
I have heard going on pump therapy will cause you to gain quite a bit of
weight?  Have you or anyone else had this happen.?>?  I just lost 25 pounds
and am going to start pumping christmas eve....any thoughts???
sue
----- Original Message -----
From: <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, November 19, 2001 8:20 PM
Subject: Re: [IP] Reality


> Deanna I have been on the pump for 15 1/2 years and I will tell you that
when
> I went on the pump it was because I was pregnant for my son I know I would
go
> off the pump as soon as I delivered my son I would not be stuck to this
pump
> for the rest of my life NO WAY!!!!!!  Well 8 months later after my son was
> delivered emergency c-section I stayed with the pump.  I went through
another
> pregnancy with it then a few years later my husband left me I had a whole
new
> fear to face, would a man really want me with this thing attatched to me,
> would he want to really be intiment with me with this thing stuck out of
my
> stomach? Put up with this thing in bed with me if I ever got in a serious
> relationship again???  I still think of things like that but I guess if
that
> person really is going to love ME than he will take my pump too because I
am
> a diabetic of 28 1/2 years with no complications as of yet and the pump
makes
> me so much healthier!!!!!  It is worth it and I have weighed out the pros
and
> cons many times! The pump and my health won!!!!
>
> Cheryl
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