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Re: [IP] Starting on your own



I would not begin to comment on this but would like to know who is holding
up the deal. I'm hoping to get on the pump in the next little bit and just
found out that my endo's CDE is nolonger with him - but the medical supply
company has a local rep and she is going to see to that I get the training.
In addition, I've been told by the pump manufacturer that they would supply
a trainer. Seems rather ridiculous to wait 2 months to get it up and going.
Sue

----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Hillier" <email @ redacted>
To: "<" <email @ redacted>
Sent: Monday, November 04, 2002 11:55 AM
Subject: [IP] Starting on your own


> I have had my pump for two months and still haven't started because of
> scheduling problems.  Has anyone ever started on their own, and what
> where the repercussions if any.  I know the pump box has a big warning
> not to start on your own, but after being on this site for many months,
> going to the dieticians for carb counting, talking to the pump people,
> and reading Pumping Insulin and other books, I feel that I could start
> with no problem.  Comments?
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