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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.
Brooke

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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.
>
>Jonelle
>Mom to Zachary, dxd at 13 mos. of age.
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