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[IP] Re: First reaction was What not to say



Definitely remember the first one.   I was watching the 1960 winter
Olympics (was 9 yr. old) when I went into a severe hypo.  Thanks god my
Dr. lived on the next street.  Scared the P*** out of my parents and
sister.

Dave
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Brian Carter wrote:
> 
> > eat something.  They have been instructed NOT to ask "Are you low?"
> > because like I have said I will always answer no.  I think the No answer
> > is just part of the reaction.
> 
> For me i think that when they tell me to check myself to be sure or
> ask if i should eat something it is more of a isolation type of thing
> since no one in my family knows how it feels to go low.  yes they
> read books and heard what the Dr's say but unless they feel it and
> and then realize that it is pretty NOTICABLE for me.  personally i
> think all DRs and medical staff should get about 5 units of humalog
> just to see how a reaction is..  ha ha..
> 
> question of everyone..  Who here remembers their first reaction?
> 
> Brian Carter
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