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[IP] Re: Pedicure

In a message dated 10/2/01 6:55:36 AM Pacific Daylight Time, 
email @ redacted writes:
> -- is there really any reason not
> > to?
> I go to get manicures often, but find pedicures not a very pleasant 
> experience because my feet get so dry and they are very sensitive.  I had 
> to get one a few weeks back for a wedding and they asked me what my medic 
> ID bracelet was for and they were doing my hands.  I told them diabetes and 
> they said Oh you should tell us.  They explained to my friend who is a 
> regular customer that they will be more careful because they know it can be 
> painful and the feet can be sensitive.  Now they know who I am and they 
> make it a pleasurable experience by being more gentle and aware.  One girl 
> also told me they are more careful when getting the skin off because its 
> harder to stop the bleeding
> So - Go get a pedicure but tell them you have diabetes
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