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[IP] Re: Question
- Subject: [IP] Re: Question
- From: "Michael" <email @ redacted>
- Date: Sat, 17 Oct 1998 10:58:50 +0000
> My daughters endocrinologist has told us that she does not think that she
> should not consider a pump until her A1c is below 10. I need a second opinion
> on this. She told us that Meghan could slip into ketoacidosos quickly and it
> would be life threatening. I am having trouble believing this.
Welll....... so much for the BS. The fastest way to lower A1c's is
tight control. The best way to maintain tight control is with a pump.
Look at the improvements for members of this list who averaged in the
10's (see the ABOUT INSULIN PUMPERS page). Those improvements were
from 10.9 down to 8.1. A huge reduction!
I suggest you tell your endo to write the prescription for the pump
or you will find a new doc who will. Might try your pediatrician. My
daughter started pump thearpy 5 months after being diagnosed.
email @ redacted
Insulin-Pumpers website http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/