It's weird to imagine what it'll be like to de-rig from my insulin pump after wearing one for nearly 11 years but I am starting to think I need a break. This feels uncomfortable to admit because I know they aren't easy to come by and I don't want to be at all ungrateful for … Continue reading Is it time for an insulin pump break?
Having kids is a milestone in life for anyone who has them, and for me as a mum with Type 1 Diabetes, the times I was pregnant and looking after a newborn stand apart in my diabetes life. There were so many new challenges and things to worry about. It wasn't just about me anymore … Continue reading How my pregnancies went as a Type 1 mum: Part one
I had to be talked into getting my first insulin pump nine years ago. I really didn't want one. I was managing my diabetes well on multiple daily injections and finger prick testing and I found injections quick and easy (once I got over my reluctance to do them in public). My endocrinologist finally convinced … Continue reading Diabetes technology and body image