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Re: [IP] reply to Vicki trigger finger and blood sugar control

Vicki: the UC DAVIS site I mentioned before says that almost 50% 0f
diabetics studied type I and II are afeected by this "trigger finger" in
varying degrees.  They call it Diabetic Hand Syndrome as I have said

>There have got to be other reasons for the development of trigger
>fingers other than blood sugar levels.  I developed a trigger finger 6
>months ago.  I started pumping 7 months ago.  On start up date my glyco
>heomoglobin was 6.2; 2 months later it was 5.2; finally eased up a
>little and have settled at a more comfortable 5.6.  Anyway, the trigger
>finger developed after the pump assimilation day and my control is now
>in the non-diabetic range.  I've always blamed it one the amoung of
>computer work I do in my job.
>Vicki McDonald
>Insulin-Pumpers website http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/

Insulin-Pumpers website http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/