A type 1 diabetic in search of balance
December 18, 2007 in Uncategorized
A lot of photos of diabetes. 1500 and counting.
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December 19, 2007 at 1:33 am
the drowning in supplies picture is funny.
I have a blue paradigm too, we can be pump twins when you get the right color 🙂
I think my next one will be clear though… I’ve been happy with the blue but I’m ready for a change after 7 years (my old minimed 508 was also blue) and I think the clear looks kinda cool.
Good luck starting! Hope it goes well. Feel free to ask away with any random questions.
December 19, 2007 at 1:57 am
I have a blue 712, and like it. I had a gray for a few years until it broke and they let me switch colors with the replacement, and I hated it! It looked so much like a garage door opener! I hope they give me the right color. The clear does look cool… I actually wouldn’t care which color EXCEPT gray. Are you on the CGMS too?
December 19, 2007 at 9:29 am
That’s pretty dissappointing, but I’m sure they’l get it straightened out in a hurry. I’ve heard great things about their customer service.
And color IS important, especially when your an artist!
December 19, 2007 at 10:46 am
oh, I’m silly, for some reason, I thought you were just starting the pump. but now i remember you definitely have already been pumping (that’s why i made a big deal of it and said good luck), you’ve taken pictures of it before.
I’m not on CGMS, and I’m not impatient to get on it right now (because I already have site issues), but I’d like to have it at some point. Especially to see what’s going on at night and trends of if I’m rising or falling – sometimes I test just to see which way I’m going, even though I tested recently. I’ve been testing 12-ish times a day, and I don’t mind doing it, but I think the CGMS will be helpful eventually. Did you get your insurance to cover it?
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