Pump Weight

I go in to see my endo on Tuesday.

It also so happens that the last couple of days, I’ve noticed that the dreaded pump weight seems to have caught up with me. I’d actually thought I’d avoided this, as it appears to me that I’m using *less* insulin than I did before I switched to the pump. Maybe I really am eating more than I was, pre-pump?

I don’t think so, tho.

I do honestly think a matter of better control – and eating too many of the work lunches instead of the lunches I bring from home. I haven’t had my latest A1c yet, but my last one was 6.5. Not too shabby. A 6.5 a1c corresponds to an average blood sugar reading of 138. My current average is 122, which would be an a1c of 6.0. Still not as good as my 5.9 (which I got while being, what 5-10 lbs lighter?).

As usual, my concern with the weight gain has more to do with the fact that I can’t afford new clothes than it does with the “OMG I’m Fat!” rant.

I’ve also finally gotten comfortable enough adjusting basal rates that workouts more than twice a week are starting to look less annoying. I’m hoping it’s just a matter of getting back into my regular eating and workout schedule.

For the record, though, I did finally stop buying peanut butter. Those flourless peanut butter cookies, paired with all that WoW playing, is when I first started noticing that my jeans weren’t fitting as well. I needed to ditch those bad habits and pick up some better ones.

Eternal vigilance sure does get annoying, but when I stop paying attention, I go to seed really quickly.

It’s a bitch.

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