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  1. riva
    riva January 15, 2012 at 10:20 am | | Reply

    Wil, I just want you to know you are so much fun to read.

  2. Ruth Deming
    Ruth Deming January 19, 2012 at 10:50 pm | | Reply

    Indeed it’s fun to read and informative, esp. at 2 in the morning when i should be up in bed. btw, have i written before that going on my exercise bike – in front of the TV while watching the rifleman or PBS secrets of the dead – incredibly lowers my blood sugar. just 10 or 15 boring minutes on the bike has lowered it 40 points.

  3. Suzanne C
    Suzanne C January 20, 2012 at 12:47 am | | Reply

    The above photo shows Lipoatrophy that developed while using Novorapid Insulin. It continued to develop after the area was no longer used for Insulin Pump sites. It took a good two years for the area to return to normal.

  4. Toni
    Toni February 23, 2012 at 8:33 am | | Reply

    I have lipotherapy too! On both sides of my belly button, giving me a rather toned stomach!
    How long does it take to return to normal do you think?
    Thanks.
    x

  5. FatCatAnna
    FatCatAnna January 8, 2014 at 4:57 pm | | Reply

    What a great article Will (how did I miss it?). I had this problem in the 60′s with my pork injections (all in my legs). I looked like quite the little athlete – then I started to do my arms – same thing – but eventually they’d fade away. Now I’m being haunted by this almost 40 years later – with today’s insulin for some reason BUT in areas that I do not inject into – totally off elsewhere – and sadly – in the wrong area (I’ve always wanted that sucked in model look of emancipation – puckering up my lips to the camera). I’ve tried to question my endo about why it’s not in areas I inject / pump in but at least it’s not in the areas I place these human dart board instruments. Just watch my luck now – after typing this out …. it starts in my injection sites. Oh – did say that I’m VERY insulin sensitive – so goes totally against what “lipoatrophy diabetes” is – so maybe I’m another abnormal type of diabetic .

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