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Annette A

I’m a very restless sleeper, and it took me about a week to get used to the pump at night. Now I dont notice it, it just moves with me. You just need to find how best to ‘store’ it in bed (clipped to your pjs, roaming free, on a cord – just find your own solution).
But, I have a question. Since when has ‘8’ been the magic number? I’d always understood the goal to be 7, and above 8 was getting into danger territory. Does that goal change with PCT as well? (I know cholesterol levels and when they’ll put you on statins changes between areas – I got statins at a lower level than alot of people I know, because my PCT is big on heart disease, or something)