"I have just started working out on a daily bases and am having a heck of a time with keeping my bg's in range. I am on a pump and need a little advice as well. I am doing a combination of excercises, using a little bit of Tony Horton and Shaun…"
"I have a 2020 and hadn't heard about changing the cap untill earlier today when I discovered I had a large crack in the side of my pump which the suspect is due to not changing the battery cap. Has something to do with dirt build up, air…"
"I had this happen not to long ago. LIke everyone else said, don't get it wet! Then you'll have problelms. Make sure to keep a watch on it that you don't loose your prime but all should be fine untill you get your…"
"I do try and change every three days. Absorption and scar tissue are definate reasons to change on a regular basis. Lubrication in the cartiridge leasons and makes it harder for your pump to push out the insulin."
Hi Stacey, sorry it took me so long to reply! Miles isn't on the pump yet, I'd like to get him on it, I think Manitoba is close to funding them, if it looks like it isn't going to happen soon we will just get it for him ourselves, I think he would do well with it, he hates the injections. We struggle every day with highs and lows, he is telling us more and more when he feels low which is great, he says he feels wobbly, but sometimes he says that when he is high too. Maybe I'll see you in Thunder Bay, I go back from time to time to play, or here in Winnipeg!
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