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Re: [IP] Glucophage/dawn phenomenon



has anyone here had any problems with the circulation in their legs??  my
sister (22yrs with "D") was on the operating table for 7 hours yesterday and
i don't think the leg is gonna make it much longer.  i also live 1000 miles
away from her and i can't be there for her in any way.   i know this is sad
but right now i'm really feeling down and i just needed to type...
                vincie
----- Original Message -----
From: Andrew Bender, M. D. <email @ redacted>
To: Insulin-Pumpers List <email @ redacted>
Sent: Friday, June 09, 2000 2:56 AM
Subject: [IP] Glucophage/dawn phenomenon


> Is it possible you might have an infection, I had an abscessed tooth and
it
> required a big jump in my basal. I thought it was a dawn phenomenon.
showed
> up as a difficult to lower high  I never heard of using Glucophage for
this,
> my old endo, 1966, used phenformin for this so I guess it's the same idea
> for.almost the same drug.
>
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