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I was diagnosed in July of 2014 and my doctor told me that I was in my honeymoon stage and she was unsure how long it would last. I have seen a number of answers to this question online and I was wondering if any of you participated in studies or…Continue
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My husband and I are looking for dead dexcom g4 transmitters to practice doing a battery change on as we are desperately trying to figure a way to pay for a dexcom for our 4 year old daughter and her nighttime lows. If you have any old dead ones…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
Yeah right. Was at my 'new' doctor last week. She told me that I wasn't diabetic. Said I might had been but not now. Ah, could it be that I've got my reads down by diet, exercise, portion control etc? Yes, I was 5.4 on last A1C but had been…Continue
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He blew and blew and blew remind you of any fairy tale well it has been like that here in the Shire today the wind would blow your socks off if it could trees bending leaves swirling like mini tornadoes cats securely hunkered down on the settees…Continue
I’m relaxing today and can happily report that things went well during the cardiac Catheterization procedure at the hospital yesterday. Not as well as hoped (finding no problem), but I guess after battling T1 diabetes for over 64 years, finally…Continue
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