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Re: [IP] and sils



to me the sil is almost pain-free to insert...its alot less painful than the
softset even with the inserter.
----- Original Message -----
From: Jef Lepine <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, August 03, 1999 7:30 AM
Subject: Re: [IP] and sils


>
> > Alex will be using softsets to begin with, although after hearing so
> > much good about the sils he said he wished they had an inserter, maybe
> > he will become brave enough to try a sil after he is more comfortable
> > with the insertion procedure.
>
> That's pretty weird. I just started pumping last Wednesday and I won't
> touch that softserter. It's down right frightening what that thing does
> with such a large needle. I'd much rather go it alone, at least I can ease
> up if it starts hurting.
>
> I tried the softsets, I'm too thin. I've been using the sils (on my third
> site now) and things are going better.
>
> -Jef
>
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