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Re: [IPk] Highs



Hi Melissa

Thanks for your advice and no, you haven't got me confused with someone
else, I do only have a month before they decide on funding.  I have spoken
to my DN and told her how despondent I was over the weekend as I thought
they would take the pump away from me if things were not going right.  She
informed me that it wouldn't be taken back but I still would like to get
myself sorted to add more evidence for them funding me (although I doubt
very much whether this will happen).  I've since added another basal, I now
on 3 a day and from the look of things over the past few days it looks
although that may need to be increased to 4, but we are going to leave that
until after the weekend.

By the way, what's the problem with bananas?

Best wishes

Karen


----- Original Message -----
From: "Melissa Ford" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, February 05, 2003 2:08 AM
Subject: Re: [IPk] Highs


> Hi Karen,
>
> After 26 years of planning slight highs in order to anticipate lows, you
are
> more than entitled to need some time to adjust!
>
> You have said that you need to get everything just-so within the month to
> prove how the pump is helping, right? Or have I mixed you up with someone
> else? If you are indeed on the month-long fuse, you have a much steeper
and
> shorter learning curve ahead than most new pumpers. For that reason I
> launched into 'this is how it is' mode; I did not mean to snipe in any
way.
> If I did confuse your situation with someone else's, apologies!!
>
> Jerry Springer-esque 'Final Thought': in diabetes management, as in life,
> the point might well be not so much to get everything right the first
time,
> all the time, but to gain wisdom from getting it wrong so that we can
figure
> out how to get it right--and to glean what we can from others' experiences
> along the way. The best diabetes advice I ever received is to remember
that
> diabetes management is an art, not a science.
>
> That said, it would be nice if there were one clear reason why I just
can't
> get on with bananas ;) .
>
> Take care,
>
> Melissa
>
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