So after reading some things lately I decided that I needed to use some new sites. Since I have had the pump ~8years I have used two locations on my abs. I realize that this has got to change or I will start to form those bumps. So I put my infusion site on my butt. I don't like it too much because I keep wanting to mess with it and when I check it is looks like I am grabing my a$$. This will really take a while for me to get used to. Having diabetes and doing stuff like this just makes me feel like I am a chicken. There are so many people with stuff that is worst but I whine about having an infusion site on my hiney.

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Comment by Kristin on April 18, 2008 at 4:46pm
This is my favorite spot for an infusion set :) Hope that you grow to love it!

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