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Re: [IPk] Was lack of control now Faulty Pump



Hi June
I'm confused. Did they take your pump off you to test it? If not how do they 
know it's not faulty? And if they did take off you (and give you a 
replacement, I presume) were your results OK with the replacement pump?
Di

June Searle wrote:
> I don't know if this message got through as it has just been returned as 
> undeliverable so this is a copy of it.  Here's hoping.  Now Norton won't 
> let it out??????  I will delete the original message from Pat Reynolds.
> 
> Hi Pat
> 
> Thanks for listening.  I rang California yesterday .  They didn't want to
> send a new pump as the tests they ran suggested the pump was OK.  When I 
> said I had lost confidence and didn't want to die with the sort of 
> results I was getting he agreed to send one.  That was about 1 pm 
> yesterday and he said it would come from America, not simply from 
> England.  I am waiting for it now.  Surprisingly, now I am aware there 
> may be a fault I had almost the best results I have ever had last night 
> although I feel like a ?? (originally had a word beginning with z which 
> perhaps Norton will not allow) with 2-hourly tests through the night 
> which the diabetic nurse has instigated because I told her the bad 
> results and she thinks I don't know what I am doing.  Before I found the 
> alleged fault I thought my gastro paresis was to blame and I was 
> extremely frightened what this was developing into.
> 
> June
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