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Re: [IP] Pump and Miraluma Breast Imaging
Your low should have been treated before your tests were done. I would
call the radiology dept manager and CEO of the hospital and file a
complaint but make sure it is on paper so you have a paper trail.
I am sorry but I don't know the rest of the answers to your questions and I
hope all goes well for you.
Will you please shared with the list what you find out so others may know
about these issues also? I never would have thought about the eye bleeding.
I would like to know that answer because my mom is going through that now
and she has other testing done.
And also for my own life too.
I hope all your tests turn out normal for you.
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At 07:57 AM 03/31/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>Yesterday I had my usual mammogram and sonogram and was advised to follow
>through with Miraluma Breast imaging because of the density of my breast
>tissue. (Another diabetes related factor) I have a few concerns.
>First the radiologist totally ignored the fact that I told her I had to
>treat a hypo (my bg was 51) before proceeding with the sonogram and I
>sweated through the darn test while swallowing glucose tabs- so I may
>choose to go elsewhere if I decide on having the Miraluma imaging done. I
>don't expect radiologists to behave like their own machines!
>Second, do I need to remove the pump for the 45-60 minutes the test will
>Third, because the test involves facing down for the whole period of time,
>won't this increase pressure hence the bleeding in the eye I still have
>bleeds in from the retinopathy? I will call my eye doctor of course, but if
>anyone has first hand experience with this form of breast imaging I would
>love to hear from you.
>Type 1 45 years
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