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Re: update RE: [IPk] just when you think it's all working...

DT1 48 years
Pumping 6 months

Hi just read you can put pump in arms and bottom, where exactly do you put 
it in your arm.  I have only tried tummy and legs.

Regards Julie
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "John Neale" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, July 18, 2006 3:03 PM
Subject: Re: update RE: [IPk] just when you think it's all working...
>>If it's as hot over in Ireland as it is here then that could be
>>another explanation. Cycling in the heat in particular can bring
>>your BG crashing! My BGs have been a bit random in the last few days
>>but I put that down to alternative infusion sites (bottom and legs)
>>as I'm trying to give my stomach a bit of a rest. These sites always
>>seem to "hold" the insulin for ages and then suddenly my BG comes
>>crashing down, generally at the most inappropriate time.
> I won't use "alternative sites" for exactly that reason, Di: I do like 
> knowing roughly when insulin is entering my system. Tummy is fairly quick 
> and predictable. Legs, bottom and arms are slower and less predictable I 
> think.
> Having said that, my tummy is looking a bit of a mess, and I did lose 
> about a quarter of it to a large appendicitis scar last September!
> John
> -- 
> mailto:email @ redacted
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