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Re: [IP] dog bitten



I am a wildlife biologist and may work with bats in the future.  If so, I
will have to go through the rabies shot series.  Do they really affect blood
glucose that bad?
JBarrow

----- Original Message -----
From: Sheila Sweat <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Saturday, August 26, 2000 3:40 PM
Subject: [IP] dog bitten


> Hello all,
>     Its been a number of months since I have posted here. I finally
> caught up reading all the posts and I mean each and every one of them
> since Feb.  Anyway, in Julu I was bitten by a pit bull while working. I
> ended up taking the rabies series.  I am thankful for my pump.  I had to
> do numerous adjusments wiith my basals during my truamatic experience.
> (  I think more realated to stress and tissue trama than the vacine
> though)  Anyway I will say that when I was bitten that my life most
> certainly was on my mind but I was worried about landing on the pump or
> ripping it loose.  It actually did better than me,  Not a scratch!  They
> make them tough and I'm thankful.  I'm doing better now and I am
> thankful its all behind me.  Sheila
>
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