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In a message dated 98-03-03 15:46:06 EST, Kim writes:
> Once in a while a bit of chocolate makes the world a better place. If I
> avoided everything I've been told to avoid, all of the time, I'd be
> living in a bubble.
RIGHT ON KIM - SEE, BUDDY!!!!!!!!!
> For two years I was using an
> inaccurate blood glucose meter. My a1c's were WAY out of line. During
> this time I developed many of the complications that I now have. Not a
> single person considered that maybe the meter didn't work right. They
> insisted that I was either lying about my results, not testing when I
> knew I was high, not testing enough, or some other excuse.
YEAH!!!! SEE NOT ALL COMPLICATIONS HAVE TO DO WITH HAVING AN OCCASIONAL DISH
OF ICE CREAM!!!
> Now doctors wonder why I get so
> damn hostile when they start trying to tell me what I'm doing wrong when
> I know a lot more about the recent research than they do!!!!
YOU SAID IT KIM!!!! Aren't we just looking out for our best interests
If insurance issues and doctors weren's such a pain in my butt, I'd probably
be alot happier, complications and all!!
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