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Re: [IP] drain bamage



I thought that they'd decided that this was NOT the case during the DCCT??
Lori
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From: Susan Gordon <email @ redacted>
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Date: May 13, 1998 12:49 PM
Subject: RE: [IP] drain bamage


>WOW!   I kind of figured with lows that brain cells would be killed...but
my
>endo would not confirm this.  No wonder I am goofy after one of those
>episodes.  I can imagine it would be much worse for a child who is growing!
>Did someone say  I HATE THIS DISEASE!!!
>
>Sue Gordon
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>Date: Mon, 11 May 1998 22:43:17 EDT, ellen wrote:
>
>>kasey, i think that is good that you target kayla's bg kind of high.  do
the
>>endos ever discuss too many lo bg in kids and all the brain cell loss or
is
>>that outdated.  i remember hearing about too many lows eventually causing
>>brain damage.  i'm just curious.  ellen
>
>they still say that, and take it from me and Buddy, we are living examples
of
>drain bamage....  Kids need the sugar to keep the cells growing and all
that
>stuff.  "They" also say keeping your sugars too low WORSENS retinopathy.
My
>endo and retina specialist tell me to stay between 100-150, rather than
>80-120.  I know my vision is DEFINITELY worse when I get low and I bleed
more
>often.  I am almost ready to ASK for the vitrectomy on this eye - just
>SOOOOOOOO sick of this!!!!!!!!!!
>
>Sara
>*-)=B xoxx
>
>(note the new boobs - they are kinfa droopy - so an 8 really wasn't
accurate)
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