Dear Admin Friend---Not sure who to ask--I just got a HUGE dump of notifications in my email From May 5-9. Posts to discussions I was following, as well as new discussions I'd not heard of. A few of them, like to Care Team and What's on Your Mind I had seen earlier and now are coming through again. Others, brand new to me, anyway...Also, I've been getting a lot of "No New Messages" from Nutshell for several weeks. More than seems reasonable....Still exhausted, but still Lurking since I miss you all otherwise!....Judith
Thank you, Gerri. the bottle of test solution that I received with my Ping pump meter doesn't list a control number that would make sense on the meter dial. I tried it once and I think the number was 128, and the Reli-On meter we tried was a much lower number. I haven't tried any other bottle of test solution. I guess I will have to call Animas. Although, with my last A1-c, I need not complain.
Hey Gerri - thanks for the nice comment on my post and for sharing my joy. Are you still battling RLS? Last year during my big hospital stay I broke down and asked for requip. It worked, but since then I've gradually needed a larger dose, which I knew would happen. My 85 year old uncle, who has Parkinson''s, also has RLS and is at the maximum dose. He also has symptoms in his arms. Bad deal all around.
Have a good weekend,
Hi Gerri, plz forgive me for not being here. I did read a bit of what you sent me but I am having horrible muscle spasms in my back and I can't sit here for very long. I am trying to do what you suggested in the first part of your message to me with both of my insulins....but I didn't get to read all of it so I'm sure not doing exactly yet. I hope my back settles down soon so I am back to normal and can ALL of what you wrote.....if it's not one thing it's another. XXXXX
Love the comment from W.E.B. Duboise, Gerri . So applicable to today's political and economic climate. And congrats to you as a featured member.. You are always helpful, informative, and kind to everyone on this site. God Bless, Brunetta
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