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Hi,My daughter is now 16, has had Type 1 for 2 years & really hasn't had problems eating ANYTHING until the last few weeks. She's had alternating constipation & diarrhea, fatigue, vomiting, stomach pain, feeling full, bloating & blood…Continue
So I'm really excited. I signed up for my first 5k EVER! It's a "Go Dirty Girl" mud race/obstacle course. I have a few months to prepare, but I've been hitting the gym 4x a week since last summer with cardio (I do all the fitness classes or…Continue
I have been having problems with lows in the past few days,especially while working.(I am a housekeeper at a motel).My total basal is 2.90.I reduced some of my numbers and now have a total of 2.74.This reduction is mainly through the night and early…Continue
But am I the only one that really hates that new DHF avatar?? Every time I see it I cringe; it is so moronic looking to me. Maybe I have no sense of humor, maybe the internet has burned out my cuteness meter. I know the idea is that "DHF is six…Continue
Just because you are traveling to a place you live only means you are on the way home. The biggest part of you has stayed behind, only your body has left. You are split and torn since you are in two places at once. The only way to heal is to get both your mind and your body in the same place. Until that happens you're not home, you just visit from time to time but never stay. You always end up where ever your mind is.
I first heard about basal testing as I was doing research on insulin pumps. My endocrinologist had been trying to get me on the pump for years, but I had been too scared of tubes hanging out of my body, so I kept brushing her off whenever she brought it up. But she gently nudged me at every appointment, and when my nurse lent me a video about the insulin pump I finally broke down and decided to give it a try. It wasn't all the vital information in the video that inspired me to try the pump -…Continue
Looking For A Job Part 4
Shortly after our son was born I was so fortunate to get a new job. I traded being an administrative assistant at $3,900 to being a case worker investigator for the local trustee. My new pay was $6,300. A raise of $2,400 per year in one day and I no longer had to drive 20 to 25 days 4 days a week. I was elated. I visited the 6th green of the golf course and left town quickly, a happy man.
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