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Re: [IPk] nasty hypos (Mark II)

>Well, this is the thing, isn't it? I get the impression that most medical
>professionals don't think people with diabetes should be able to do things
>spontaneously, etc. And you don't necessarily have to have a pump to have a
>flexible schedule. The thing that always gets me are people who have been
>so effectively brainwashed that they say, oh I have to eat now ... and then
>inject their insulin. Why couldn't they delay it an hour, or two, and then
>eat when they wanted?  rant rant rant...

But for some people, it isn't possible to achieve normal BGs if they do
that, even on MDI.
Personally, I'd rather have a life, but then I can't really talk, as I
might have avoided complications if I hadn't been so insistent on having a
life. And then again, I might not.
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