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Hello All,I have recently been diagnosed with T1. I'm an avid cyclist and ride to work most days. About 25km each way.My Endo has encouraged exercise however I keep finding that I am going low most days on my ride home. I even have carbs and sugar…Continue
I just got word from Medicaid that since my previous provider wrote scripts for only 1 test strip a day (30) in a month, I can only have that many for the Month of November.....I won't even say where or how angry I am.I don't think I test…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
I took some advice and searched for another endo. The one I saw in October told me to follow the Mediterranean diet and come back in April; although he did order an A1c that I just got done today at the lab. The new endo was recommended by a nurse I…Continue
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My secret identity: I can go from an independent, self-sufficient individual to a solely and…Continue
We are often told what thoughts and feelings our parents with children who are diabetics think and feel, but I wonder what the children of diabetic parents think, or thought as they grew up?
A complete role reversal where the children…Continue
How about a little trip down memory lane from an old-timer at TuD? I know I'm not the only one, so please chime in with your own memories from Ye Olde Days!
I had never belonged to any social networking site, though I had lurked at one…Continue
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