"hi mike I usually test my son george three times a day..i.ve been told to keep his sugar levels a bit high..because he has learning disabilty their dont think he could cope with his low sugars.. a few times it's been under the fours and he…"
Hi Janet.. nice to hear from you. I was also on Creon for over a year but no longer on it. Seems I have enough function to digest so far. I've been off it over a year and I'm doing fine. Good luck to you.
I am going to assume that you would be helping your son, if he were to get a pump, Depending on the severity of this learning disability. I believe it would still be managable, as long as he know that is must not be removed until it is time to be changed and with help in using the PDM, it is a pretty self explanitory device with simple and few buttons to push to recieve a bolus of insulin, so depending on your situation I would say it would be great.
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