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Re: [IP] Glyco of 9



Kelly
Words of encouragement. I just use my primary internal med guy. I 
have a great relationship with him and I am his first pump patient. 
It's a learning experience and both of us went willingly into. He has 
made himself over and beyond available to me and we are doing 
fine 6 months into the pumping. A few mistakes along the way but I 
don't think that they would be any different with an endo.
If you like and have a good relationship with your doctor I think that 
many times it out weigh the piece of paper of a specialist.
Gail

Date sent:      	Thu, 15 Feb 2001 05:48:22 -0800 (PST)
From:           	Kelly Pedersen <email @ redacted>
Subject:        	[IP] Glyco of 9
To:             	email @ redacted
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I just got my glyco back and it was 9.0!!  Believe it
or not I am happy and sad about that.  It was
previously 10.4.  I am still working on staying
motivated and testing more.  
Any suggestions on how to get back in control?  I have
the book pumping insulin-- somewhere, but I am more
interested in personal opinions -- which is what the
book is anyway right?
Also, I just see my regular internal medicine dr for
my diabetes, not an endo?  Does anyone else do this? 
And what are everyones feelings on that particular
subject?
Feel free to e-mail me privatly at
email @ redacted



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Kelly
"One of the rules of caution is not to be too cautious."
--Bahya ibn Paquda
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