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Re: [IPp] re: Joslin 72 hrs max

Ryan changes his sites every 72 hours, but if he goes past 72 hours we
always see his numbers rising - it is almost a signal to him if he forgets
that it is time to change his site.
mom of Ryan 15yo dx 2/00 pumping 9/02
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Sent: Friday, July 25, 2003 9:54 AM
Subject: [IPp] re: Joslin 72 hrs max

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> Shelly,
> They told us that even if you are getting good absorption from a site,
> 72 hours your body really attacks that site.  They didn't want Rachel to
> sites in past 72 hours ever.  They said that it will help preserve those
>  sites for future use. Rachel has been religious about changing her sites
> 72
> hours now and I *have* seen a difference in her numbers.  We went back
>  yesterday to meet the endo there and they praised her over and over for
> so
>  consistent in changing her sites. So I suppose protection of the site for
> future
> use was their biggest reason and they really were adamant about it.
> Shellie, Mom to Rachel 8-8-87, dx'd 7-5-96, pumping 5-18-99
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