Re: The early days of pumping

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Yet another set change this morning – I’ve been doing so many correction doses it’s not lasting the recommended 3 days. Rather than be woken by the pump alarm (a wonderful electronic rendition of Beethoven’s ‘Für Elise’ which offends my musical ear) at 4am on a Saturday, I decided to change the cartridge this morning (last change was on Weds morning). The previous set was a bit nippy when the insulin went in, so a change has made things a bit more comfy. Levels went up overnight last night for some weird reason. 11.5 up to 14.0 despite having 2.85 units on board when I turned in for the night. Not sure why, unless I’ve been sleepwalking and eating crisps.