I was trying to share this in someone's discussion but it didn't send . So I hope this might help elsewhere.I am new to the site and I have been pumping for 3 years, but I received a card with…Continue
"After 28 years, I have experienced the best control and improved quality of life on the pump. I think the biggest benefit might be that you only have to take one shot every three days. Since your new, you might not have experienced overuse of an…"
"Have you lowered your basal at night while you are sleeping. I find if I bolus a lot before bedtime I will be super low in the morning. I often set up a temp bolus at 0% -50% for 1-3 hours. It might be worth it to set your alarm one night every hour…"
"I actually hadn't read your response at this point...I just read about the charts and graphs people were using and feeling overwhelmed.lol But to be clear the triangle is a visual aid and what is technically three shots in an area will not…"
"I recently changed to the animas ping. It is waterproof, which is awesome for an athlete. I had the medtronic which kept freezing because I was sweating against it in the Georgia sun. I also like the fact that the glucose meter for the Ping is a…"
"I have been doing this for 28 years (since I was 11)and I had to learn to forgive myself ...alot. I have had good/bad days, good/bad weeks, good/bad months and looking back good/bad years. Diabetes is not like a diet so you have to allow for the…"
"I really like my ping which just came last month. For me the remote control is a must have that the vibe doesn't have. This is your first pump but it is a supreme hassle to pull your pump out of your dress, bra or wherever you hid it in order…"
"Its not really if you are resting the area for a month or more. If you read...the triangle is just a visual suggestion. It is really about the healing time and being able to find three fresh spots in an area."
"I just posted above and went back and read the other posts. My method is super easy for the busy and distracted. I am so scattered that the method above is easy. I can remember up to three sites and then remember to go clockwise. By the time I get…"
"Just posted this on my page with a pic
Hi Jen: I use a pretty good rotation schedule that has worked for me. I rotate clockwise from left ab, right ab, top R behind, top L behind. In each location I can do a triangle pattern (which means I stay in…"
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