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Re: [IPk] Fw: Hypos



good luck Donald  i have been in the same position  have you got a personnel
officer at work and a first aids post  get some help    vic
----- Original Message -----
From: "Donald O' Donnell" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Sunday, May 26, 2002 11:22 PM
Subject: [IPk] Fw: Hypos


> I forgot to say that John Neale is going to put some sort of question on
the
>  Pump Web site to see if he gets a better response.
>
> Donald, still sitting by the phone
>
> -------Original Message-------
>
> From: Donald O' Donnell
> Date: Sunday, May 26, 2002 23:11:53
> To: email @ redacted
> Subject: Hypos
>
>
> Hi there everyone
>
> Thought I would fill you in on what has been happening to me over the last
> month.
>
> Do you remember I asked for information about how others see us when we
went
> through one of our Hypo's.
>
> Well  I was so embarrassed about this but why I was asking this was
because
> I was suspended from work and this was because of things that I did when I
> was almost having a hypo, you know your sugars are low and are low for a
> long time.
>
> I was shouting at someone and at an other time I was joking with someone
and
> not in a nice way.
>
> I do not remember those occasions or what happened during them times but I
> think I was having low sugars.
>
> I have been doing a lot of research on the Internet as well as the e-mail
I
> sent you all and my works Doctor who is a full supporter of diabetic at
work
> also I asked my Diabetic Hospital for some help, and do you know I got no
> answer from them.
>
> The most help I got was from ip-UK
>
> I am still on suspension and I am still waiting for the things to get
> rolling at work.
>
> I don't know what will happen or how I am going to deal with it.
>
> It was extremely had for me the first few weeks I was blaming myself for
> everything but I know that I have no control with it.
>
> It shows you how important it is to keep yourself at a normal rate, and
how
> important it is that your work knows about your diabetic, well I thought
> mine did.
>
> I am waiting for something to happen this coming Monday I will keep you
> informed.
>
> Regards Donald, sat at home cleaning the flat up every  five to ten
minuets,
> waiting for the phone to ring.
>
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