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Re: [IP] new user

> I am so happy to read  that everyone is for the most part happy they
> use a pump.  I have only been attached to mine since Tuesday of last
> week and I am still trying to get used to all this tubing that
> always seems to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.  When I saw
> the size of the insertion needle I was horified, then pleasantly
> surprised to discover that I did not really feel it go in at all. 
> When I was taking injections I just broke the needle off inside its
> cover and threw it away.  Now though, I am concerned.  There are two
> rather larger needles involved.  What do most of you do with them? 

We drop them in a sharps container and take it to the local hospital 
once a year to be emptied. Most municipal waste disposal companies, 
many pharmacies, doc offices, will accomodate sharps containers as 
well. Give them a call.

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