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MushyPeaBrain
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MushyPeaBrain

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MushyPeaBrain was last seen:
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      Heathero
      Heathero
      M,P,B thank you that's reassururing. Now need to talk to Diabetes centre to ask if possible.etc Just looking into oters comments re types used.
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      Heathero
      Heathero
      What do the latest pumps available do? I was offered one when much younger and more recently but currently manage with multiple injections a day? I hear they are smaller, being a restless sleeper at night would I get tangled in lead for insulin feed.
      1. MushyPeaBrain
        MushyPeaBrain
        I was also offered one when younger but turned it down. Now I wouldn't be without it! They give you so much more flexibility. My HBA1c before was never below 8 now it's always around 5.5. No trouble at night as there are loads of options on where to put your pump out the way. Pumps are much smaller now. I clip my pump onto PJ bottoms and tuck tubing in. You should be able to view some pumps at your diabetic clinic.
        Mar 10, 2015
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    Gender:
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    Type of diabetes:
    Type 1
    Treatment type:
    Pump

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    Brittle Type 1 since 1982 - using Animas Vibe
    Pumping since Oct 2010
    HbA1c 5.1 Feb 2016
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