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"You can try putting hot compresses on it. Just take a "rag" or washcloth and run it…"

Emily replied Jul 11, 2011 to ummm....question

8 Jul 11, 2011
Reply by MossDog

"Congrats on starting the wonderful pumping journey! I've been in it for 9yrs! I put…"

Emily replied Apr 17, 2011 to New to Pumping!

11 Apr 18, 2011
Reply by dxclancy

"I have a TDD of about 45-90units (depends on stress level at work). When I change my…"

Emily replied Apr 10, 2011 to New PING startup... basal questions

17 Apr 11, 2011
Reply by Sandy Palmer

"Looks like the changes you are suggesting make sense. I did not have to change my I:…"

Emily replied Apr 9, 2011 to New PING startup... basal questions

17 Apr 11, 2011
Reply by Sandy Palmer

"I have been pumping for 9years (last week!). I initially was calling and talking to…"

Emily replied Mar 28, 2011 to son new to pump - i have a question - and need some support too :P

9 Mar 28, 2011
Reply by Emily

"I had a similar pump start... Is he on just one basal rate? Look back at the numbers…"

Emily replied Mar 25, 2011 to son new to pump - i have a question - and need some support too :P

9 Mar 28, 2011
Reply by Emily

"Absolutely what Zoe says. I initially did my stomach, but found that I reacted to th…"

Emily replied Mar 23, 2011 to ? on infusion sites hurting

10 Mar 23, 2011
Reply by Emily

"If it is infected, it looks like this: http://tlhung.blogspot.com/2009_04_01_archive…"

Emily replied Mar 22, 2011 to ? on infusion sites hurting

10 Mar 23, 2011
Reply by Emily

"have you tried putting your infusion sets in places other than you abdomen? bacteria…"

Emily replied Mar 22, 2011 to ? on infusion sites hurting

10 Mar 23, 2011
Reply by Emily

"I have had major issues with staph infections... both the normal staph and MRSA....…"

Emily replied Mar 22, 2011 to ? on infusion sites hurting

10 Mar 23, 2011
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