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Re: [IPk] more questions



> Bikinis.
> 
> What the heck do you do with a bikini? Maybe I should re-word that!
> What do you do with the pump when wearing a bikini. Any ideas
> lads?!! <g>
> 
> Most of the bikini bottoms are so low i.e not covering the belly
> button that it would be painful to put an infusion set in below the
> waistline. I guess if I'm planning on wearing a bikini for most of
> the day it would be best to go to the pen, but then that means
> putting a fresh set in EVERY day.
> 
My 15 year old daughter, Lily, will not wear a set ABOVE the 
waistline. She always puts her sets in the area below and to the 
right and left of her belly button (sofsets). They are well hidden 
with a bikini. She uses her backside and Tenders as well.
> The German DSN who trained me said that she met a couple of women
> who put the sets in the side of their breasts! You were waning to
> experiment with sites Di, try there! I guess it makes sense. There's
> fatty tissue, but I would have thought it would be just a little
> sensitive!!
> 
> Another thing. Di, when you latin dance is it quite close contact
> with your partner? Because I find that when I'm dancing with a bloke
> at a nightclub and getting pushed around by people and stuff, and my
> clothes rub against me with sweat etc, after a while I can feel my
> Tender set getting irritated and sensitive.
> 
> The reason why I wear the tender is so I can easily take the pump
> off and on for clubbing nights. Does anyone else get this problem? I
> think the sweat must have something to do with it because sometimes
> after the gym my site gets itchy.
> 
> Eleanor
> 
> 
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