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Re: [IP] waiting to see an endo

>Unfortunately, waiting to see an endo is not unusual.  I don't think there are
>as many of them.  My endo takes 6 - 7 months to get in to see in his office.
>He sees pump patients in a clinic setting just for pumpers, that way he can
>see us every three months, or more often for new pumpers or people having
>Keep searching for doctors who will help you.  It does not have to be an endo
>who will prescribe the pump.  But, don't tell them you just want to test it
>for a short period of time.  Be committed to making the change confidently.
>Good luck and keep trying.

Thanks Beth!

I will keep looking.  I may just bypass the system somehow.  Have to do
that everyday at work!

Thanks again for your support!

Darrin Parker
email @ redacted   Nova Scotia, Canada!

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