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[IP] Boyz II Men?
I have been on the pump since I was 21 (I'm now 31) and have always worn my
pump on my belt without any problems. Like others have said, strangers
assume its a pager and friends generally don't notice it at all (until it
beeps and one of them undoubtedly sarcastically asks if they can "reprogram"
my pump). To carry supplies I would recommend a very urban/mod solution
that is popular here in the San Francisco bay area with men in general -- a
messenger bag that you can throw over your shoulder. I use it to hold my
glucometer, some sugar source, my insulin etc. and several other hormones
that I replace by pill), so that I always have everything with me. I find
it to be a sporty, discrete and yet still non-purse like solution. Plus,
you can carry loads of other things ... books, cds, etc. ... and it
generally looks good with a sweater. When I go to concerts or events where
you can't bring a bag in, I usually bring a bare minimum of things in a coat
- -----Original Message-----
From: email @ redacted
[mailto:email @ redacted]On Behalf Of Barb and Duck
Sent: Wednesday, September 19, 2001 9:26 PM
To: email @ redacted
Subject: [IP] Boyz II Men?
Sorry for the trick to get your attention LOL, but I would love some input
concerning boys/men and pumping .
So, from boys to men, can you offer some support or suggestions that I can
pass along to this young fellow to relieve some anxiety?
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