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Re: [IP] softset vs tender (parents of toddlers)



What is a tender? My daughter is using the softset and the silhoutte neither
with much success.
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To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Thursday, April 13, 2000 10:37 AM
Subject: [IP] softset vs tender (parents of toddlers)


> Paddy, six, is also prone to being dramatic.  But I could TELL the softset
> was hurting him when he BEGGED me to take the pump out and throw it away
> only about 14 hours into real pumping.
> Switched to a tender and no complaints since then.
> One quick note here,  Paddy has had repeated tiny infections at the sites
> with the tender and spekaing to the do cyesterday I was upset they were
not
> lasting more then 2.5 days if that long.  He said, "they last as long as
> they last.  each patient is different."
> That was a relief.  I mean, out of pocket for 5-8 extra sets a month would
> NOT have been possible.
>
>
> > Kenny (age 3 ) got hooked up with saline last night.  We used the micro
> soft
> > set.  He was doing fine, when all of a sudden he would stop what he was
> > doing and say "ouch".  I have no doubt that it did hurt him....he wasn't
> > faking (as he sometimes likes to be dramatic
>
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