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All Discussions Tagged 'pumping' (65)

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CGM and Injections

I have recently been diagnosed with T1D and I am giving myself injections at mealtime and long lasting every 24 hrs to stabilize my BG leve…

Started by Bailey

64 Feb 5
Reply by mohe0001

Finally started pumping

I just registered on the website and this is my first post. I've got T1 and I had been using MDI before I finally decided to get a pump. My…

Started by vladi

27 Jan 23
Reply by Jeffythequick

Best Pump out there?

Hi everyone! SO, I am fairly new to TuDiabetes in that I created this profile more than a year ago and haven't been on here for quite a whi…

Started by melepele

20 Jan 17
Reply by Jeffythequick

I'm Having Surgery in the Morning

Just in time for the new year...I'm having surgery tomorrow morning. Officially it's called a Fifth Metatarsal Head Osteotomy. I've been fi…

Started by brboyer

23 Jan 12
Reply by Leah

Reflections on starting a pump and related issues

I recently started pumping for the first time. I figured writing about my experience might help others navigating the process, plus provide…

Started by niccolo

55 Dec 11, 2014
Reply by niccolo

How do you tape your infusion set?

I wasn't actually instructed to tape my infusion tubing when I was trained by my rep, but read the suggestion in Pumping Insulin, and it's…

Started by niccolo

11 Dec 2, 2014
Reply by acidrock23

Pump glitch

This morning I went to correct my blood sugar and could not understand why my pump kept recommending a bolus of 0.0. Then I went back and r…

Started by Jen

15 Nov 20, 2014
Reply by Jen

What would you like your pump to do?

What (realistically) would you like your pump to be able to do? (By realistically I mean not "instantly cure diabetes" or "fly" haha)

Started by Nerdydude101

47 Oct 31, 2014
Reply by Carol99

New Pump Insight

Hi. New to this site. Came upon it searching for info on pumps. Does anyone have any advice or opinions to share? I currently have MiniMed…

Started by ALG

5 Oct 30, 2014
Reply by Clare

Active woman (tennis, golf, yoga, Pilates, etc.) needs advice on pump choice

I've been using a Medtronic Paradigm pump for 10 years, and my latest one is long out of warranty. (Still have an old back-up pump, though.…

Started by Gamin

26 Oct 19, 2014
Reply by Nell

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