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Hi everyone! New to the group-I'm a premed undergrad and gearing up to take the MCAT in a little over a month. Wondering if anyone here had experience with taking long tests (it's over 6 hours long) with keeping your blood sugar stable.I have had…Continue
Today is my 15th birthday, I should be happy but I am so depressed I want to cry. I got exactly what I wanted for my birthday from my parents, a gold id bracelet. My grandparents and aunt both sent me amazon.com gift certificates.Since diagnosis, I…Continue
I will probable have 1-2 surgeries coming up depending on the rest of my test results. I am a Type 2 and on a pump For the past yr have been able to keep my A1C under 7 per the guidelines- last one was 6.4. Talked with the surgical PA today and he…Continue
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As a person with type one diabetes, I feel it is important to "recharge" and "fine tune" my care skills. It is a never-ending task and challenge.
I ordered a more recent copy of Gary Scheiner's book "THINK LIKE A PANCREAS" and read it in a…Continue
So Back in May My Original Charcoal Belt Clip for my Medtronic Minimed Revel 723 Broke I called and got a replacement right away after I found out they replace them like they would if your pump breaks well Now a am just a little fed up because…Continue
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