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I'd like an app into which I can log events, e.g. if I have a low, it would be nice to be able to enter a brief note about why into an app, so that when I review my data, I can correlate it with such notes. Any suggestions on what to use? I don't…Continue
I was diagnosed with diabetes type 2 at the end of March of 1998 which makes it 16 years, 8 months and 2 weeks that I've been living with this health condition. I remember all the naysayers I encountered when I announced that I was determined to…Continue
I just starting using the Dexcom G4 platinum CGM. I have been putting my sensors mainly on my abdomen and hip area. I heard you can put them on your arms. If you have put them on your arms have you noticed any difference in the accuracy of your…Continue
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I posted the following blog on November 22, 2010 -- for Thanksgiving Day. Since then I have found other reasons to be thankful -- for one, I have stayed alive long enough to celebrate my 21st Diaversary! I had a real medical scare this last…Continue
Brennan has had Type 1 Diabetes for about a month now. He was diagnosed October 21, 2014. He has made huge improvements within this month. There are no longer battles when it's time to check blood sugar. He knows that he has to do it now multiple…Continue
Change comes quickly sometimes, like this past month. I have experienced many significant changes and the vast majority of them have been for the better. It feels strange because for so many years most of the changes in my life have been a spiral…Continue
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