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But then, why isn't this a problem for everyone? (I really am just
curious, not trying to argue.) Shannon has never needed to leave the old
site in afterwards in 4yrs of pumping - her bgs are fine. Anyone have
any theories?

Take care, Kerri - IP Parents-of-Pumpers chat host and mom of Shannon
(email @ redacted 11/96, pumping email @ redacted 11/99, pumping email @ redacted 8/03 and loving
it!), and her 7 siblings  :-)
"I count carbs, not sheep!"
Michael said:
The problem is one of mechanics -- relatively simple solution.

When the old site is removed WHILE STILL ACTIVE, the site itself 
still contains insulin. When you remove the set two things happen.

1) body fluid and some insulin may leak out of the wound
2) damage occurs to the tissue in the site wound as you remove the 
(some snipped)
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