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Re: [IP] Hypoglycemic Unawareness - need help

 I believe you would pay a lot less than that amount if you buy from Advanced
Diabetes Supply and you have to pay out of pocket. Tell them you want to speak
only with Tim Cady, owner, and ask what it would cost you when insurance won't
pay. His personal phone # is 760-579-7201 or he can be reached at 1-800-730-9887
ext 7201.

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On Mar 31, 2012, at 6:27 PM, Jim Durr <email @ redacted> wrote:

> I do have a CGMS. Most of the time it is totally inaccurate, sometimes off by
 > more than 100. I went low because I was trying to conserve strips. I am not
 > and not poor but I hate paying $69 for 50 strips. I have sent the info to MM
 > so far I have had to pay for 100 strips and if I don't hear from them that
> be my next purchase at SprawlMart.
> On Mar 31, 2012, at 5:33 PM, Alan Segal wrote:
>> Is there someone on this list that has some
>> "connections" in government?
>> Maybe we should all start contacting our elected representatives and let
>> them know what CGMS means to us. To me, for the most part, I would like
>> something to say my glucose is going too low, or going too high.
>> I also have low bs unawareness most of the time.
>> I remember testing one time, and had a glucose reading of 19, and I felt
>> fine! So had took glucose tabs, and tried to level my glucose levels out
>> over the next 2 days. If I knew it was starting to go low, I probably could
>> have prevented a lot of the bouncing of blood sugars if I knew something
>> was going on early (like turning off the pump, and getting glucose
>> immediately).
>> How much is it costing to have the paramedics or police called? How much
>> damage is it doing to our bodies? How much is it costing in follow up care?
>>> <snip>
>>> I partied with the paramedics about 5 times in 3 months. The other 4
>> times> I was home alone.
>> </snip>
>> .
> .
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