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[IP] Re: Good new/Bad news?

> My endo required a month of documentation (log book)
> in case this would happen.  I haven't heard anything
> yet, but he seems to think it will go through.  If
> they try to deny, maybe you could appeal using your
> log book and proving that A1C's can be deceiving. 
> Best Wishes!

Having excessive lows is just as bad, maybe worse,
than good HbA1c's.  The pump can greatly decrease
and lessen the severity of lows.  This, alone,
should be enough to convince them, imo.

- --- Dana Hull <email @ redacted> wrote:
>> Hi:
>> Insurance is still draggin their feet authorizing
>> the pump.  I call every other day to bug them. 
>> Today I had some interesting news.  I had my blood
>> draw yesterday (didn't pass out for the first time
>> in 10 draws!) and my hA1c came back 6.1  That is the
>> best one I've had in 20 years.  (Unfortunately
>> probably due to hypos too many times, my log
>> wouldn't show you great control!)

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