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7/13/08 10:52 P

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It certainly sounds as if the pump will improve your quality of life!

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7/13/08 4:36 P

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i don't have one but i have a friend who does! she likes having one too

YOU CAN DO IT!

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IHAVE2ANGELS Posts: 30
7/13/08 2:07 P

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Hi.
I like to know if anyone is on the diabetic pump. I just got mine and it has already changed my life. No more chasing the lows with the highs. I can work out and not worry about getting to low, because the pump has an alarm on it, plus I can suspend the pump or program the pump to deliver a basil rate of 50% or any percentage. You are only dealing with one kind of insulin (fast acting). When you have your meal, you put in the carb grams and the wizard figures out how much insulin (bolus) to give you. It so great!
I started looking at the pump about 4 year ago, but the pump didnít have the feature it has now. The big feature is the CGM (continuous glucose monitoring) gives a B/G reading 200 times a day.

SO if there is anyone that has a pump, I like to hear from you.
This is the best decision I could have made. Life is getting easier & I have more freedom

Jo
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