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Re: [IPp] numbing cream and insertion devices

 That's how we feel. If Alegra says the site hurts, we redo it. We've learned
that if it hurts her bgs will be super high.

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Jonelle Davis" <email @ redacted>
Reply-To: email @ redacted
Date:  Tue, 7 Oct 2003 21:06:33 -0400

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>Our son started pumping when he was two years old; he is now four and a half.
>We have always used the quickset, 6mm., in his upper/outer hips.  At the
>beginning, we used Emla cream and then ElaMax (faster acting), but gradually
>stopped using any cream at all.
>If the insertion hurts, we pull out the set immediately and do another.  Pain,
>at least to him, means we hit a nerve or blood vessel or muscle . . .and the
>numbers won't be good.
>Mom to Zachary, dxd at 13 mos. of age.
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