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Just curious, if so inclined, how much daily basal do you all use, either on MDI or pump? If on MDI, lantus or levemir, 1 or 2 shots? On MDI, do you find your basal shots last throughout the day/night or are you constantly giving yourself…Continue
I have been waiting for the elite to finally come out in the US. Now that it is here, I called to get it. I used the old sensors with my CGM for years, and I don't love them. When I called Medtronic to get new sensors, they told me they "couldn't…Continue
Hey everyone...I am considering replacing my Ping with the Tslim but can't decide whether to make the switch, especially because my Ping has been great. But it's time to get a new pump and it's hard to go with the same thing when you only get a…Continue
I have a question, hopefully someone can help me. I got a bug bite two days ago during the night. I believe it was a spider, but it has gotten worse today very red, hot and swollen with a little puss coming out when I popped it. I am on antibiotics…Continue
The previous link to my blog didn't work. Everything is well again. Enjoy. I hope you are blessed.
Diaguy (Legend In His Own Mind)
Have you met Diaguy? If you have you will never forget him. He is employed at the local hospital mostly as a janitor, though he does get to sweep the lab occasionally. But Diaguy will never willingly tell you about what he does. He is a sleek guy, he carries his pump low and he will tell all who listen that he can draw it low and slow for that quick, unsuspecting bolus. He often hangs at the bar impressing…Continue
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