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[IP] Re: Complications



Harriet,
    Sorry to hear you have to have lasers again today. I have been there too
and know some of them are not too bad but the "grid laser" I had last year
was bad. The laser itself was a piece of cake but the injection they gave me
just below my eyeball and above my cheekbone was one of the worst
experiences I have ever survived. Not only that but the white of my eye was
solid red for 2 months after that.
    I was hoping someone might have seen some improvements in their
complications since starting on the pump.  We can always hope.
    Good luck this afternoon.

Buddy '-)
- -----Original Message-----
From: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date: Tuesday, December 02, 1997 8:51 AM
Subject: Re: [IP] Re: Complications


>Dear Buddy
>
>I wish that I could say that I have had lessening ofmy multiple
complications
>-- but it's not so.  On the contrary, I have a new retinal bleed that must
be
>lasered this afternoon.  I was aware that going on the pump (2 months now)
>might cause this but I was hoping that it would not happen.  On the other
>hand, my HGB A1C was 7.7, which is by far the best I've had in years.
>
>Harriet
>