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  • Topic: Hungary to punish diabetics if they don’t stick to diet | Shoot Up or Put Up
    from the age of 3 4 and it affects relationships with any kind of health care staff You don t get paid much as a doctor in Hungary and there is never enough money in the healthcare which I suppose makes the health care team frustrated Most people go to be doctors for the prestige But I have to admit My diabetologist was one rare unemphatic with a wide reputation for it But they were all well trained and more knowledgeable than the patients When I left Hungary there was still a different attitude about rapid analoges like they are rewards for those who carb count well not like here where they are almost the only ones in use I suppose if they think the patient doesn t carb count any more than they put them back on the old insulin regime I don t know how could I work shifts on the old ones I struggle to get my Lantus adjusted for busy shifts within 3 days a human insulin only treatment could even make me unemployed at least until I would find a job to suit my insulin I remember I had to beg for years for Novorapid and when I got it at the age of 14 I just had my snacks officially skipped had to keep eating midday to keep my glucose on 4 anyway which I never told my very kind diabetologist I was 19 and about to leave the country when I had my first carb to insulin unit ratio until than it was just my snack free Actrapid Pumps are a half or non funded rare thing and CGMs are a hospital thing to prove that the patient can have good glucose for three days laying in a hospital bed so it must be the patient overeating from 3am to 8 9am messing up the rest of the day I had that particular humiliation in front of my entire medical team I still have a sort of white coat fear last time I was in the waiting room a nurse assumed I was a newbie because I get so nervous like before an exam But there are some things I am not sure about in UK diabetic care like do you take your readings to the appointment or you just explain the main patterns Last time I was at the western the diabetologist looked like I gave her too many numbers I thought it s better to check more before going to have something to work with 3 May 2013 at 11 48 am 15340 Tim Keymaster I think what you take along to your appointments in the UK varies from person to person Personally I don t really take much along with me and we just chat about general patterns or any problems I might or might not be having I take the view that the appointment is for your benefit rather than the doctor s After all you re the one

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  • Topic: The early days of pumping | Shoot Up or Put Up
    into single figures 1 April 2013 at 9 10 am 14539 Anonymous Still keeping the levels level overnight but spiking after meals Does this mean that my carb ratio needs adjusting So far I ve just been working on the basal rates Finding that I spend my whole day testing and correcting high BG levels 1 April 2013 at 1 49 pm 14540 Tim Keymaster Could be the cab ratio When I started on the pump I just worked on basals and ignored post meal spikes until I thought I d got the basals worked out a few weeks of high BGs isn t oging to kill you I found it too difficult to work on basals and ratios at the same time but then I m a bit thick 2 April 2013 at 10 55 am 14541 Anonymous Been to see Aunty Joan this morning and she s sorted out my carb ratios for me as well as reducing my target area to 7 0 I was on 1 8 but now I m on 1 5 which is pretty much what I was on with the pen Here s hoping I did a test in the clinic an hour after breakfast to prove my point 21 0 Been working on the basals myself and not doing any damage 5 April 2013 at 8 02 am 14542 Anonymous 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 10 April 2013 at 8 13 am 14547 Anonymous Things are improving day by day No results in double figures all weekend and no hypos either It s now Wednesday and I ve had a couple of hypos but I will learn to gauge the CHO in risotto a bit more accurately in future Only snag is that the cartridge really won t last 3 days at this rate so I m having to change the infusion set every second day Either I live with this or eat lower carb meals I m now finding places where the set works really well and others where it s a bit uncomfortable Totally accustomed now to not injecting after meals And I ve only had one collision with a door handle All positive stuff Long may it continue 10 April 2013 at 8 22 am 14548 Annette

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  • Topic: FreeStyle Lite batteries | Shoot Up or Put Up
    ever tried and the nightlight is great when checking for my dawn effect big thanks for Tim for the reviews on it But I am through my second battery in just a month And the meter doesn t give too much warning either just shows the battery sign once for 2 3 secs than switches off Anyone had the same problem with it Is it because I use the nightlight once every night Or shall I just return it while I still can 21 April 2013 at 12 06 pm 15316 Tim Keymaster Hmm sounds like a dodgy meter I ve only replaced the battery on mine once in about 4 5 years or so Author Posts You must be logged in to reply to this topic Share on social blah Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Welcome to Shoot Up Hello good evening and welcome to Shoot Up or Put Up one of the top 150 diabetes blogs in the UK Written by two professional diabetics Tim Alison your soarway Shoot Up charts the slings and arrows of

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  • Topic: Accu-Check Combo users | Shoot Up or Put Up
    in the day to make radical changes 13 March 2013 at 2 35 pm 14531 Anonymous Seemsto me that the Combo and Expert have a fairly idiosyncratic way of calculating corrections http www diabetessupport co uk boards showthread php t 35450 And of course Active Insulin by which they actually seem to mean active correction seems to get a fair few people s backs up http www diabetessupport co uk boards showthread php t 34729 and http diabetes support org uk diabetesforum index php topic 3149 0 html 14 March 2013 at 3 22 pm 14532 Alison Keymaster Yes they d definitely need to amend their active insulin settings to something more sensible like the approach Medtronic use before I d ever consider a Roche pump 12 April 2013 at 7 19 pm 15278 Anonymous I ve just got funding for a pump and have a choice of Medtronic Roche or Animas I ve spent hours looking online and I d nearly opted for the combo then I saw it doesn t have a live insulin option so that s out for me now It s obviously a big gripe so they should put it right Please will you tell them that I think putting the needle in before attaching the tubing is a great idea I m new here and I m hoping to ask about pumps if I can find the way to do it 15 April 2013 at 12 31 pm 15291 Alison Keymaster Hi Sue welcome to ShootUp If you ve got any questions about pumps feel free to ask away you can start a new forum topic by clicking on Forums then Living with Type One at the top of the page then scrolling down to the bottom where you should see a box to add a title and your posts In case you haven t found them already our basics of pumping posts are all here http www shootuporputup co uk tag pump basics and if you re really struggling to sleep you can find all of our pump articles here http www shootuporputup co uk tag pump 15 April 2013 at 12 56 pm 15293 Tim Keymaster There s also our wonderful FAQ about pumps here http www shootuporputup co uk resources about diabetes pumps faqs 18 April 2013 at 6 53 pm 15314 Anonymous Hi sue I ve been on the combo for around 18 months I m generally happy with it I don t find the problems linked above anywhere near as bad as they re made out to be but the way it calculates IOB does have some quirks but you get used to them pretty quickly I notice have problems with it most if I manually enter a bolus on the pump as it insists there s a whack of insulin still working the adviser won t give corrections till its used up I think the way it calculates IOB would be more of a problem if you move

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  • Topic: For those really bad hypos | Shoot Up or Put Up
    what you need for those really bad hypos 14 March 2013 at 7 25 pm 14533 Anonymous Am a bit late to this but hilarious the effort put in Think we d all meet up in A E with insulin drips Perhaps we could have a go at making the giant Dextrosol tablets that I was advised to carry when I was first diagnosed in the olden days they d be a bit like carrying and chewing on bricks 12 April 2013 at 6 55 pm 15277 Anonymous I want to make some of these my grandchildren would think I was just the best Author Posts You must be logged in to reply to this topic Share on social blah Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Welcome to Shoot Up Hello good evening and welcome to Shoot Up or Put Up one of the top 150 diabetes blogs in the UK Written by two professional diabetics Tim Alison your soarway Shoot Up charts the slings and arrows of the pancreatically challenged hordes Recent blog posts A cure is ten

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  • Topic: Strange things happening to fingers… | Shoot Up or Put Up
    related side effects that I have heard of is avoiding analogues but I would be pleased to hear of any other successful approaches I would be very interested to hear of any progress you make Best of luck lizz sorry I can t be more helpful 1 November 2012 at 3 13 pm 14387 Alison Keymaster What a pain Lizz Sorry I don t have any helpful suggestions but I hope you manage to find some sort of compromise that ll work for you 1 November 2012 at 4 12 pm 14388 lizz Participant Hmm compromises on the pump are hard to come by 1 November 2012 at 4 36 pm 14389 Alison Keymaster Does the animal insulin not work well in the pump 7 November 2012 at 9 19 am 14391 lizz Participant It works fine in fact one good thing with it is the pump cannula never blocks But it has a slower action than all artificial insulin and human insulin as it hasn t been changed in any way 28 November 2012 at 4 36 pm 14428 Anonymous lizz so how are your fingers now Have you made any progress in finding a cause of the problem or better still a cure or have you had to go back to animal insulin 5 December 2012 at 5 19 pm 14447 lizz Participant Hi Nig getting worse I m afraid I now have pain in my joints they sort of go red on little bumps on some of them I was feeling as if I didn t want to clap something the other day and remembered that was one of the things last time my hands just hurt too much to clap anything at all 6 December 2012 at 11 07 am 14452 Alison Keymaster Do you have the same problems with more modern human insulin eg Humalog Novorapid Apidra lizz or are they just as problematic as the Actrapid Do you think you ll ultimately swap back to the animal insulin Or is the slower action just too much of a problem 6 December 2012 at 11 16 am 14453 lizz Participant Analogues on principal I won t call them insulin since they aren t are MUCH worse I don t know if it s the little proteins that haven t all folded causing an immune response or possibly the larger amounts of excipients particularly the phenols Human insulin goes off more quickly than natural insulin and analogues need even more preservation 27 March 2013 at 4 04 pm 14537 Anonymous I have the same symptoms since last September mainly in the little and ring finger but I have tingling in the other fingers when bending my wrist too So the GP diagnosed me with Carpal Tunnel Started to wear wrist support overnight helped the tingling but made the bending worse I never had any problem with human or analog insulin before I am on Novorapid and Lantus just now Perhaps the GP has rushed my diagnosis

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  • Topic: Survey for CGM users | Shoot Up or Put Up
    2013 at 6 52 pm 14470 Anonymous Are there any type 2 s in the UK who get cgm If so I m annoyed writing to my MP 7 January 2013 at 10 39 am 14476 Alison Keymaster furrypaul if they pay for it themselves they can have anything they want 7 January 2013 at 5 22 pm 14477 Anonymous alison pretty simple survey My New Year brain struggled to work out a how many years and months I had been diabetic and b How many years and months old I now am 7 January 2013 at 6 20 pm 14478 Dave Participant Typical my first visit for a while and the first post I see is for the blighters who have a CGM full time Grumble grumble grumble countered with my D being in a reasonable enough place not to need it 8 January 2013 at 12 47 pm 14479 Alison Keymaster That ll teach you for neglecting us and staying away so long seasiderdave 11 January 2013 at 4 20 pm 14480 lizz Participant I did it the other day forgot to say 5 April 2013 at 12 16 pm 14544 Tim Keymaster edit removed post no commercial posts s il vous plait 5 April 2013 at 4 13 pm 14545 Anonymous Alison How about a survey for those that want to use CGM but can t cause their GP won t let them as a Type1 who wants a pump but isn t allowed one grumble grumble grumble but can see the GP may have a small point but the CGM would be brilliant even if not using a pump as it would eliminate a lot of the problems associated with the pen method and multiple testing as having a continuous read out of the glucose level

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  • Topic: Happy fourth birthday Shoot Up! | Shoot Up or Put Up
    years 10 months ago Author Posts 4 April 2013 at 8 13 pm 10154 Tim Keymaster Being such an attentive parent I forgot that Shoot Up turned four year s old on Monday 1st April 525 articles later we re still going perhaps a little slower than in the early days but still ticking over very nicely thank you So happy belated birthday hurrah for Shoot Up and all who sail in her Author Posts You must be logged in to reply to this topic Share on social blah Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Welcome to Shoot Up Hello good evening and welcome to Shoot Up or Put Up one of the top 150 diabetes blogs in the UK Written by two professional diabetics Tim Alison your soarway Shoot Up charts the slings and arrows of the pancreatically challenged hordes Recent blog posts A cure is ten years away Want to brighten up your life with diabetes Five guaranteed cures for diabetes Comatose and rotting toes The case of the unknown diabetic Latest forum posts Mio versus QuickSet

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