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Re: [IPp] Endo pracitices



My son (4) sees the endo every 4 months.I thought I 
read in your bio that you are Perry AR, I live in 
Benton.  Arkansas Chilren's Hospital has a good endo 
team.  We have been going there for over 2 years now.  
If that is not were you are already going email and can 
give you the informtion.

Connie mom to Andrew (4) MM508 and Brian 23 months
> 
> I was wondering if some of you would let me know what a standard time lapse
> there is between your childs appointments were.  My daughters next
> appointment is 8 months after her last appointment.  I started looking into
> changing endos.   The problem: Because of her age, the regular endos will
> not take her, it has to be a pediatric endo.  And as it turns out, there is
> only one clinic in the whole state (which only has 2 endos and one pump
> nurse, but a slew of diabetic nurses and other nutrition specialists, etc).
> That would explain why it is so difficult to actually talk to someone and
> why her appointments are so far apart.  Does anyone else experience this?  I
> had read somewhere that she should be seeing a doctor every 3 or 4 months.
> Is that true?  Im dont know what to do, short of traveling out of state to
> a different endo.
> 
> Angela, mom to Ashley,4 (dxd 1/01) & Kristina, 19 mo.
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