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Re: [IPk] Re: seeing to insert/disconnect



Hi

I do not have good sight so do not really see.  Besides with the quickset, 
the inserter hides the quickset from view.  This one goes in at right angels 
to the skin and it is just a matter of placing the inserter and pressing the 
2 buttons.  I would not need to see it to place it in other parts of the 
body but I find it difficult to get to these other parts as I have frozen 
shoulders so haven't tried it yet....  I might do so with difficulty.

June

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Nanette Chana Freedman" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, February 15, 2005 2:33 PM
Subject: [IPk] Re: seeing to insert/disconnect


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> Di,
> I agree with you about not needing to see the disconnect point - I also
> do that by feel generally.
> But I wish I could bring myself to insert a set without being able to
> see.
> My need for the security of being able to see (coupled with not being
> so flexible due to advancing age and not being as fit as I would like
> despite walking, swimming etc - groan!) has restricted me to inserting
> all sets in small areas of the lower abdomen, and looking at those
> areas in the mirror in an honest way, I realize I need to give them a
> rest. When you can't see, how do you ensure you have the angle right
> when inserting a set?
> Thanks
> Nanette
>>I know we disagree on a lot of things, but I've never understood why
> you
>>actually need to SEE the disconnect point.
>>My sight is very poor, but I don't look at the disconnect site. I do
> it
> by
>>feel. I can't figure out why you need to be able to see it. Same with
>>inserting - I don't need to be able to see it to insert a set.
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