hey the clinic havent phoned me yet so guessing itl be monday or never lol
so this morning i got up and it was 7 so i thought thats ok an decided to have breaky this time an yea 15 again at lunch this is panicing me so much a dont want high sugar an no idea if i just increase my background or not, my nurse will probably email me on monday so i will have to sit tight i guess its horrible tho as il probs increase it an all will be fine then il be hypoing all over the shop in a few days,
i would like the pump but not sure how you go about getting it, is it free or how much is it?
Hi again The pump is funded by the primary care trust. Different areas have different rules i think as to who they will fund. I am on a 3 month trial and had to sign a contract when i started to agree thst uf i didnt meet the criteria then i would go back to injections. The thing i am aiming for is less than 4 hypos a week, hba1c of less than 7 and to ensure i keep in regular contact with dsn. My dsn sees ni reason why they wont continue to fund my pump so im hoping this stayd the same. If your intetested speak to your dsn. Not all ateas hve specialist nurses that are pump trained but its defginitely worth askung. I would ask about DAFNE course too as this kinda gives you the basics needed for pumping too. I too used to jymp from normal to high readings on a daily basis then would over correct and end up hypo then overtrest the hypo and end up high. I used to bounce around all over the place and i must say that very rarely happens niw. I think DAFNE really helped me get to grips with the whole thung. Keeping my fingers crossed you gdt a call back on monday Try snd have a good weekend x