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Re: [IPk] blood spot



Melissa
Your great because I get a slight hurt after a few days and I have just
forgot about it and got on with my life, but now I will take this as a
warning.

Regarding me and my cleaning habits,  all I use on my skin is soap and water
and Sure under the arms and just to add a bit of class an all roundabout
spry with Yves Saint Laurent Opium pour homme.

Smells great.

And regarding the length of time I keep the set in,  well when I started on
the pump I was told 3 day's then after the cost came to mind  I asked around
and a few said 3 to 4 day's and this corresponds
with you, I have never let it stay in just to see how long it will keep
working.

Thanks for all this keep your area clean  Regards Donald


----- Original Message -----
From: Melissa Ford <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, January 22, 2002 8:06 AM
Subject: Re: [IPk] blood spot


> Donald,
>
> About the spot, I'm thinking it could be allergies or perhaps something
got in
> under your set after you'd put the set in and caused an irritation.
Unless
> you have gotten quite sweaty or dirty, or you have used a strong
moisturiser
> or salve on the part where you want to put a set, washing before putting
in a
> set is can be overrated.  Maybe it was just time to change the set,
though.
> Sometimes I can get 4 days out of a set, sometimes 2, but most of the time
3.5
> is about the limit.  My rule of thumb is that my set actually hurts when I
> press my hand on it, I change it.
>
> Good luck,
>
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