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Re: [IPp] Don't suspend pump to treat a low

In a message dated 6/3/02 9:18:17 AM Central Daylight Time, 
email @ redacted writes:

> Dear Sarah, try not suspending the pump at all, just treat the low.  The 
> insulin they get from the pump isn't used for 2-3 hours, so if we suspend 
> the pump AND treat the low, they end up high a few hours later.  Sure hope 
> this helps you and Matthew!
> Blessings,Alaska DebbieMom to Katie, 11, dx'd 9/97 andpumping with 
> "Pumpkin" since 8/99
> We are still battling both highs and lows. Just when I think I see a 
> pattern, they change. ... The one thing that is great is that when he is 
> low, I can suspend and treat, and not worry that his blood sugar won't 
> rise, ... SarahPump-mommy to Matthew (5) dx 3/99

this is definitely a YMMV thing as we have suspended a couple of times and it 
was very necessary......and no highs later....
Beverly, Mom to Mary, 8, dx'd 9/97, pumping, and Nick, who is now ten!
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