HI! I hope you are having a HAPPY EASTER (if you celebrate). I really need to get in touch with you and Melissa when I get home after my trip to LA and see if we can start having a monthly lunch or something! And it would be great to get a group together to go to the San Antonio Expo in June.
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HI Cindy! I had lunch with Melissa today and she mentioned what a nice person you are and how we hope to be able to have some more Dallas ladies join us for conversation sometime! Looking forward to meeting you! -C
Pam one of the CDE's at Endocrine Associates did, but the week I was home for spring break I saw Kate and I think I'll keep seeing her as long as she is available. I saw Mitizi at first but she hasn't been available the times I was at home. Both Kate and Dr. Miklius thought the Dexcom would work well for me even after I asked about a pairing with omnipod and navigator. Is it very accurate and has it changed your A1c? I would really like to get mine down around a 6 or lower. Have fun in Hot Springs!!
hey I was just wondering how you were doing? I was home last week and endocrine associates hooked me to a dexcom to adjust my omnipod settings. So far things are better and I hope they keep improving!! Hope you are having a great week!
sorry i have not checked in on tu diabetes in a wail so far been doing good the ping has been a life saver still trying to tweek some basel setting out but got them real close having a avg.. bg of 146 that beats what it was before bgs of 190s and up hope you doing well with the pod talk to you later have a good day
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