RE: [IPk] Pump start date delayed or cancelled.
Yes I remember you writing about the cancellation and I was angry on your
behalf. Not to give an explaination was terrible. At least we got to talk
over the hospitals reasons and show why we did certain things. I don't
think people realise how devastating it can be when people offer you
something then seem to snatch it away. I
I hope all goes well for you in the future and that you will be pumping
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email @ redacted [mailto:email @ redacted]On
> Behalf Of email @ redacted
> Sent: 19 February 2005 09:39
> To: email @ redacted
> Subject: [IPk] Pump start date delayed or cancelled.
> Hi Jackie and Sasha,
> I had my pump start cancelled too - just 6 days before the
> process was due
> to start and without any explanation.
> The DSN arranged the following appointments for me :
> 7th and 14th Feb with the dietician.
> 18th, 21st, 22nd and another day that week, to be arranged with DSN
> consultant (starting on the pump on 21st).
> I was advised not to work or drive for 1 week after starting on
> the pump, so
> i had to book time off work, and my husband did too - to take me to the
> appointments in Liverpool (we live in Stoke).
> I have tried to gain information, but nobody seems to want to
> speak to me. I
> have written to the consultant, but he hasn't replied. I suspect
> the reason
> is that i prefer a pump which is different from the one they
> recommend, but i
> have good reasons for doing do so.
> I have since been to Stafford Hospital and they have agreed to
> put me on a
> pump. I am now waiting for the funding application to be sorted
> out, and hen
> they will arrange training. I won't feel relieved until i am
> actually on a
> pump, though.
> I know you have had a disappointing time, but keep fighting.
> Best wishes,
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