"Now I'm new to the pump! Could use some recommendations on running with the pump...mostly on where to put your pump insertion site in relation to a running belt, like a fuel belt? I insert on my abdomen, but I'm worried about the belt…"
I am also running the Walt Disney Marathon. I would be happy to share with you any suggestions or recommnedations on running marathons. I am running my 15th marathon this weekend with Type 1 Diabetes. I learn something new every time!…"
"So I'm a 30Women with type I of many many years who has just signed up to run a marathon. The thing is that I'm just recovering from trochanteric bursitis, an interesting diagnosis because I was running only 2 miles/day. I had to rest for…"
"I just had three the other day too....one of course at 5 am. I hate the 5 am ones. that last hour of sleep is so crucial...by the time you're done with the fast heart rate and the bad dreams, you cant get back to sleep! And I"ve had those…"
"Hi Stacey, thanks for your post! I too use the 722 only for cgms. The hope is to switch over to the pump some time, but one thing at a time. My BG's are still all over the place. With this recall I'm kind of glad I'm not dealing with…"
I am also running the Walt Disney Marathon. I would be happy to share with you any suggestions or recommnedations on running marathons. I am running my 15th marathon this weekend with Type 1 Diabetes. I learn something new every time! Good luck and best wishes! Kurt
Oh,ok I guess I didn't realize you could use the CGMS just by itself. I learned something new today then! ;) I can understand only dealing with one thing at a time..I'm the opposite though with using the pump and waiting on the CGMS! lol. Yeah the recall thing really stinks. I'm dealing with having to send almost all mine back now which is a real pain in the butt for sure! But in 2 yrs with MM this has been the only major issue that's come along so far. Otherwise I've been extremely happy with it!!
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