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swimmom
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Birthday:
Jul 23, 1998 (Age: 21)
Location:
Austin, Texas
Occupation:
7th Grade

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swimmom

Approved members, 21, from Austin, Texas

swimmom was last seen:
Dec 18, 2013
    1. swimmom
      swimmom
      Not really. I leave the vial out at room temp. all the time now. I usually go through the priming process twice (removing the reservoir, looking for bubbles and banging the reservoir with a pencil during the prime - about every 5 units). I make sure to turn the vial back right-side up before removing the blue thingy that punctures the top of the vial. All that has helped some. We get more bubbles with a new vial of insulin than with a half empty vial. I tell my daughter to check for bubbles mid-morning at school with a new reservoir and prime then too if necessary. It's maddening.
    2. Sjjcalm
      Sjjcalm
      Hi swimom I read your posts about air bubbles and was wondering if you had found a solution we are having so much trouble my daughter is 13 and has been pumping since July feels that we have tried everything with no solution new pump new reservoirs everything
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    Birthday:
    Jul 23, 1998 (Age: 21)
    Location:
    Austin, Texas
    Occupation:
    7th Grade
    Who has diabetes?:
    I do (type 1)
    Does your family have celiac?:
    No
    Diagnosed at 7

    Lacrosse

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    Mom to Lauren, age 15 dx'd 1/06
    Pumping MM Revel
    Brother 17, no D
    Brother 20, no D
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