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Anyone else notice that the models used as PWDs for device advertising (pumps, CGMs, accessories, meters, etc.) seem to be, well, unrepresentative of the normal attractiveness of most people? Put more succinctly, they're usually, crudely put, hot!No…Continue
Has anybody ever accidentally taken their insulin dose twice? I've been Type I since 1987 and have made this mistake twice in all these years. For instance, I woke up and took my insulin...then for some stupid reason forgot I took it and took it…Continue
I've been a Type 1 for a little over 5 years. I've got my flu shot every year...But this year the flu (or some God-awful virus) got me before I got my shot. Thursday night I went to bed at 10 pm with an upset stomach. Woke up at 2:30 am, threw up…Continue
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I woke up this morning and my blood-sugar was fine. 127, a good number. I ate a quick breakfast and headed out the door to my eye appointment. I hitched a ride to the doctor with my husband. He dropped me off on his way to work. I arrived early,…Continue
First, I am doing extremely well with my blood sugar. I finally started paying attention to when I am full, and I was surprised at how little I can eat and still feel full. Also, as I indicated before I changed injection sites from my thigh to my…Continue
It's been a long time since I logged in to this site.Alot has happened.I was a motel housekeeper at a motel in Windsor for 3 years when I decided to look for a new job in a hotel instead.I got tired of the cold in the winter and working outside…Continue
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