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Insulin Pumps from 1997

  1. I'm getting tired of taking shots so I was thinking about changing to an insulin pump. (4 Dec 97)
  2. I have found that heavy exercise causes blood to back up in my pump tube. (25 Oct 97)
  3. I have an almost 10 year old son who was diagnosed three years ago. I think maybe the pump would be very good for him. (21 Aug 97)
  4. I switched to a pump 2 weeks ago. It works well, except for one thing. I have very high sugar levels after meals. (12 Aug 97)
  5. I recently went on the insulin pump. I have gained 14 pounds. (26 Jul 97)
  6. I am thinking about insulin pump therapy. What do you advise? (21 Jul 97)
  7. I am interested in learning how one would evaluate whether the insulin pump is appropriate for a 12 year old girl. (4 Jul 97)
  8. Is there a way to give insulin more accurately? Does it call for an insulin pump? (4 Jul 97)
  9. I am a 16 year old diabetic. Does activity preclude the use of an insulin pump? (26 Jun 97)
  10. I went on the insulin pump about 6 weeks ago. Next week my friends want me to go down with them to camp out on the beach. (8 May 97)
  11. My 10 year old niece has Type 1 diabetes for 8 months. May I buy the pump without having to bring her to this country? (10 Apr 97)
  12. My daughter's blood sugars range from 37 to 350. We are considering putting her on a pump. (29 Mar 97)
  13. I'm looking for more information on kids on the pump. (23 Mar 97)
  14. Can you get better control with an insulin pump than you can with multiple daily injections? (23 Mar 97)
  15. What happens to insulin pumps when they're no longer used by that person? (9 Mar 97)
  16. We have a Mini-Med 507 insulin pump. Do you have any suggestions on how to adjust his basal rates? (7 Jan 97)

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