Re: [IPk] starting on the pump tomorrow
Just a few words to wish you all the best with your pump. I'm a pumper for 4
years now and it has made a massive impact on my life. I'm sure it will do
the same for you. It has certainly made life a lot simpler and easier to
handle for me and improved my HbA1c's dramatically. Good luck tomorrow. -
> Hi all
> Well, after 18 months of fighting and moaning at consultants I finally
> pumping tomorrow ;-) gulp....
> I've been throught the training video that came with the starter pack that
> Rouche sent (being given the Accu-Chek Spirit)B So no worries about how
> get around the pumps menu and set things up in theory!!!B I've got the
> from the DSN to say what I need to do with my back ground insulin
> I will be using insulin in the pump from the start (a bigger) gulp.....B
> what is planned for the 2 days of training........
> Today I feel that my mind is in a bit of a whirl...B It doesn't quite
> that it is going to happen, I've spent the last week expecting a phone
> call or
> letter to say that they've pulled the plug and that I won't be starting on
> pump tomorrow.... to the extent that I had a migraine after a very
> night on Sunday ahhhhh.....
> I've seemed to have waylaid my fears that I had of having the pump running
> overnight while I'm asleep as Les rightfully pointed out, that I inject BI
> insulin before I go to bed so it be no difference with the pump....B
> I think the worst part at the moment is I'm sat here on my own this
> and have to wait until 10 before Les gets home from his afternoon shift,
> I'm a bit like a cat on a hot tin roof at the moment....
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