so it is 2:00pm and I just finished my pump class about an hour ago. so far I like this little device. I was worried I would feel the insulin going in, but that's clearly not the case. I still feel pretty nervous with the pump. I'm worried I'm going to imput something wrong and have a massive sugarlow. I guess it's just a matter of building up my confidence with this little thing.
Right now, I feel like this pump is the greatest thing ever, and I wish my doctor would have let me get on it sooner, but... whatever the important thing is I have it now. I have yet to enter a meal bolus, but I did have to suspend my machine for a tiny sugarlow. My sugar is back to normal, so I hope that's the last time I have to deal with that today.Well, I guess that's all I have to say right now. Wish me luck ;)
It is now 9pm. It has been a fun filled day of constant sugar checking. I think my fingertips are about to fall off. I have checked my sugar a grand total of 23 times. I guess I've become a bit obsessive with my "new toy". I haven't had any major highs and no super lows, so thank God for that. The lowest I've had my sugar is 64 and the highest is 201. I entered in my first meal bolus at 6pm and I can't believe how easy it was. I really like this pump. I hope I continue to like it in the future. My friends say they see me becoming ticked off and throwing the pump out the window. I tell them that won't happen not because I wouldn't be tempted but because this machine cost way too much money :)