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Help with pump readings

Discussion in 'Insulin Pump Forum' started by docvern, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. docvern

    docvern · Member

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    I was wondering if there is a kind person who couldlook at my downloaded pump readings and give me a bit of help to get my readings in line with what hey should be,,,,,readings are all over the place ,,,,,,

    any help appreciated,,,,
    i will email any1 who thinks they can help!!!!
     
  2. sugar2

    sugar2 · Well-Known Member

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    Not sure what your DR is like, but if I were you, I would email them your results? At the clinic I attend we are encouraged to do this...might be worth giving them a ring to see if your clinic can do the same. If you are not under clinic care, then paste a couple of days worth of data into the thread, and see if anyone can help.

    I am not a medical professional, so can only tell you what I would do, based on me, rtaher than give a general expert opinion sorry!
     
  3. docvern

    docvern · Member

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    have lost all faith in nhs,,,,thought i would turn to the people!!!!!!!!!!!
    i will give it a day or 2 and see if any help is forthcoming,,,,,,,,,,,,

    thanks
     
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