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What about intimacy with an Insulin Pump?


Most insulin pump users are concerned about this initially, but find that it's not much of an issue as long as it's discussed openly with the partner. If you're both comfortable with the insulin pump, just leave it in place. You may want to use 42" tubing length to allow you to place the insulin pump well out of reach. Many an insulin pump has spent an intimate evening nestled in a garter belt. Many people prefer to disconnect from the insulin pump and tubing before intimate contact by using the Quick Release. With a simple twist, the insulin pump and tubing can be detached so that insulin pump therapy is not a part of intimate moments. In short, you can do anything with an insulin pump that you can do on injections and, perhaps more importantly, just about anything you would choose to do if you didn't have diabetes.
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