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Re: [IP] Q from an *Oldie*



I agree with you George-although it has only been 7 years w D for me -
checking my bs levels is the most difficult thing for me. For example I am
not feeling well-due to my headaches and temperature (sweating) I found it
necessary to get up out of my warm bed and check my bs levels 4 times, this
is a major contribution to my having constant anxietiy and unrest. I too
think it  is more important to have higher technology in bs level
monitoring -can't wait to see improvements in this area where perhaps at a
glance we will know if were high or low.

I also though about J. Hughley's "Oldies" comments last night and can only
hope I will be around long enough to be an oldie too make my Disetronic pump
sound difficult and unbelieveable that someone with D would be able to keep
up with the daily regime! Who knows.  Carol Teal
----- Original Message -----
From: George Lovelace
> On 13 Oct 2000, at 12:41, J Hughey wrote:
>

> Glucometer has to be the most significant invention to touch my
> life, even more than my battery-operated pancreas.
>
> >
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