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Odd, I'm female and was told women who started sex earlier and had more
'partners' risked a higher chance of Cervical cancer. FORGET about AIDS
and other STDs that are pretty cruddy to have....
The whole point of it all is seemingly DOUBLE STANDARDS. Guys get one,
women get another. Like Budd can attest with his unemployment and
insurance woes, he is at 50, finding it hard to get work...I'm 47 and
haven't been hired at all for years. Now, even musical work goes to the
young. "You've got to do this and that to be well, but WE'RE not going
to help ya" kind of thing. It gets downright frustrating as hell when
the insurances can deny folks their BG test strips and so on, 'Oh, but
we'll help you have sex'....Whoopie. I an really feel like doing THAT
with a BG of 400+ or with complications all over the
Whatever! I feel if a patient feels the pump is a good option for them
they should be allowed the chance. Whether Ryan or anyone else agrees
getting your 'vodio-oh-doe' on (needing the 'Homina-homina' to feel
their own great health, others are just fine without it) is more
important than a chance at getting treated for morbid obesity, getting
treated for depression or a chance at pumping all boils down to the
Crimeny's sakes, can we all move on now?
On Friday, January 24, 2003, at 08:45 PM, insulin-pumpers-digest wrote:
> Ryan wrote:
> While not a viagra user, there is a level of medical necessity there.
> First of all, in the "hierarchy of needs" (which is a well-documented
> and researched area), sex is a strong part of that. In fact, there are
> many studies that show significant decreases in the risk of heart
> attacks and cancer for those who have sex relatively frequently, not to
> mention the psychological and physical affects itself.
Age is just a number, and mine is unlisted. :-)
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