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Re: [IP] flying and pump removal

I flew to Europe and back this summer; kept the pump on, and had no

I think it wise to test frequently while flying, and to beware of time
zone changes -- if you change your basals immediately upon arrival, you 
may get uncharacteristic highs and lows because your body doesn't change
all that immediately -- but I don't think it's really necessary to

I really wouldn't have wanted to deal with injections on a long flight
-- I spent most of it sleeping, and would not have wanted to get up
every few hours for a shot.

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