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Re: [IP] glucagon shots



Beverly!!

How did your son happen to find Mary like that in the middle of the night
when
she wasn't breathing with her low?  Is
there any warning sign?  What can be
done to stop that from happening again.
I am worried for my daughter now? YIKES!

Would that sleepsentry alarm bracelet thing work?
----- Original Message -----
From: <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2002 6:54 AM
Subject: Re: [IP] glucagon shots


> In a message dated 1/12/02 1:46:10 AM Central Standard Time,
email @ redacted
> writes:
>
>
> > We have discovered that Capri Sun or other boxed juices are a great,
> > quick way to treat lows. Jenny has never been really out of it, but she
> > is low she will sip a drink fast. Obviously, if she was unconscious, a
> > tube of frosting or glucagon would be more appropriate.
> >
>
> Mary has needed glucagon several times over the years.......she has a
> tendency to stop breathing......it is truly a lifesaver as my son is up
for a
> hero recognition in scouts for finding her in the middle of the night and
> getting me etc (she was about gone)......yes, she does vomit but IMO
vomiting
> is alive.......you don't know what you will do until you are faced with a
> situation so, please don't assume you won't wish to use it and not keep it
> around it could save your loved one's (or your own) life....
>
> Regards,
> Beverly
> -*******---*******
> Beverly, Mom to Mary, 8, dx'd 9/97, pumping, and Nick, who is now nine!
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