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Re: [IPp] high #'s after site change



> Has anyone experienced their child's sites lasting only a day and
> 1/2. About 50% of the time we can only get a day and 1/2. We're
> switching over to Novolog and I think some of you explained that the
> switch might help.
> 
> Interested in how many of you might have experienced the same
> problem.

Some 6% of Humalog users have this problem. See the ABOUT page of the 
web site at:

http://www.insulin-pumpers.org/about.shtml#mix

Michael














 ----- Original Message ----- From: <email @ redacted> To:
> <email @ redacted> Sent: Thursday, June 20,
> 2002 10:41 PM Subject: Re: [IPp] high #'s after site change
> 
> 
> > Honestly, I never look at my sons sites closely enough to see if anything
> > oozes out of it.  We pull out and insert on the other side and he is off
> and
> > running.  I wouldn't worry about it unless the site is red or raised and
> puss
> > like stuff is coming out...that to me shows infection.
> > Everyone has their own opinion of this so called "ooze".....but that is
> mine.
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