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Re: [IPk] Re - Frozen Shoulder



Julie

I have been in hospital a number of times, and the very first time they put 
me on a sliding scale insulin drip -total nightmare.

They actually got it wrong and sent me hypo, even though I was continually 
complaining.

Hospitals do vary though, but I ahve to say that my experience at both 
Private nad NHS has been very much the same, they really didn't know what to 
do. So the last time I went in, I insisted that I wear my pump, and my 
consultant agreed with me, he was horrified at the last incidence as much as 
I was and agreed that I should "self manage" when I went in.

Having said that if I was under for longer than a couple of hrs I may need 
to rethink :)

Good luck with the frozen shoulder.

Su
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "julie" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2006 2:09 PM
Subject: [IPk] Re - Frozen Shoulder
>
> Type 1 48 years
> Pumping 8 months
>
> Just been to orthopaedics with my 2nd frozen shoulder had the other 
> manipulated but it didn't do any good that was 3 years ago.  Any way they 
> said I need my right one doing and some bone shaving off, don't want to 
> let go of my pump they said I have to go in the day before to go on a 
> insulin pump but I already have one attached to me do I have to go on to 
> theirs or how do I go about it.  That sounds a bit mixed up do I have to 
> go on to drip or is there any way you can keep your own pump on.
>
> Regards Julie .
.
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