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Old 04-26-2012, 10:34 AM
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Default Re: Annie - Getting too smart!

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I am not sure- so I have to think about that some.
Even with perfect numbers Ed's pressure would spike,you would never know it then there were times that when he would spike- his numbers would shoot up indicating that he was uncomfortable.
You have to go into it knowing that ther are risk- others have had no problems at all.
Right now he is till sighted - I think we lost some- but he is happy, hungry, eating and numbers are not too shabby
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