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 My son has a Nike fanny pack with a glucogon(mainly for my use if he should
need it, his meter, and a roll of glucose tabs(I think 10). My biggest headache
is that when he does sports, he will leave his fanny pack in the locker room. A
lot of good that does him when he is out on the foot ball field!!! When I go to
games, I take a back up meter with me.

 Jamie Anderson-mom to Zachary(13 Dx 7/05 and pumping since 8/05), Cleo(10 Dx
3/04 and pumping since 11/04), Jamison(7), and Addalyn(1)

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Sent: Friday, July 07, 2006 11:30 AM
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Subject: Re: [IPp] PUBERTY - HELP???

Hi everyone,
Brian is 14 and his numbers change inexplicably from day to day also.   Some 
days are perfect while others have several highs or lows.  We test  often so 
he can give correction boluses quickly on the high days.  He uses  a minimed 
712.  We are exploring upgrading to the real time continuous  sensor.
His ratio is 1u per 7 carbs for all meals.
His basal is .8 from 7 am to midnight, and .9 from 1am to 6am.
His correction sensitivity is set to 1 u per 60.
My bigger problem at the moment is that we are constantly fighting about  
  what emergency supplies he should have with him at all times. In his mind, I
packing him a "suitcase" every time he goes out.  He just wants  to have four 
glucose tablets in his pocket, because, "nothing is going to  happen, mom!".  
What do your boys carry, and in what kind of "boy  purse"?    

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