Insulin Pumps from 1997
- I'm getting tired of taking shots so I was thinking about changing to an insulin pump. (4 Dec 97)
- I have found that heavy exercise causes blood to back up in my pump tube. (25 Oct 97)
- 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)
- 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)
- I recently went on the insulin pump. I have gained 14 pounds. (26 Jul 97)
- I am thinking about insulin pump therapy. What do you advise? (21 Jul 97)
- I am interested in learning how one would evaluate whether the insulin pump is appropriate for a 12 year old girl. (4 Jul 97)
- Is there a way to give insulin more accurately? Does it call for an insulin pump? (4 Jul 97)
- I am a 16 year old diabetic. Does activity preclude the use of an insulin pump? (26 Jun 97)
- 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)
- 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)
- My daughter's blood sugars range from 37 to 350. We are considering putting her on a pump. (29 Mar 97)
- I'm looking for more information on kids on the pump. (23 Mar 97)
- Can you get better control with an insulin pump than you can with multiple daily injections? (23 Mar 97)
- What happens to insulin pumps when they're no longer used by that person? (9 Mar 97)
- 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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