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Autonomic Neuropathy (AN) is more common among diabetics, and is especially common after 25 years of diabetes. Here are the more common symptoms from the Mayo Clinic:" Dizziness and fainting upon standing caused by a drop in blood pressure.Urinary…Continue
Does anyone else feel like diabetes supplies are engulfing your house?!! I love to organize and would love to see pics of the way your organize your supplies!!!…Continue
Hi everyone! SO, I am fairly new to TuDiabetes in that I created this profile more than a year ago and haven't been on here for quite a while (YIKES)!Anyhow, just a quick question, which I am quite sure you all have seen on here:What is the best…Continue
Very simple, just post ONE WORD that is somehow associated with the previous word. Easy right?(Diabetes related words welcome but not necessary!!)OK...first word: sugarContinue
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Ijust completed a trial diabetes program using Lixisenatide and lantus in one solostar pen. Lixisenatide is approved in New Zealand and Europe .
At the conclusion my HA1C was 5.1.
To me the combination of a Glp 1 like lixisenatide or…
I just found out that my insurance does not cover any portion of the Dexcom (receiver, transmitter, sensors). I've already made the decision that if it wasn't covered I would still buy it on my own, because a CGM is something I have been wanting…Continue
Over this past month I have had four instances where people (diabetic and non-diabetic) have made comments to the tune of: "It's not that hard.", "I'd make a good diabetic, I already eat like one should.", "It's easy for me.". Although these…Continue
Hi everyone Im sorry I wasn't around for a while >.<, I was very very busy with my school projects and exams, finally winter break is here :D, did I mention receiving my insulin pump? Ive had diabetes for 5yrs, ever since I begged my mother…Continue
First of all, Merry Christmas to all! Today we opened one very special present...baby D is a...GIRL! Couldn't be more excited! No names picked out yet but overwhelmed with happiness! I hope everyone had wonderful holidays, and I hope everyone has…Continue
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