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Just curious, if so inclined, how much daily basal do you all use, either on MDI or pump? If on MDI, lantus or levemir, 1 or 2 shots? On MDI, do you find your basal shots last throughout the day/night or are you constantly giving yourself…Continue
By "best" I'm trying to find the point where price meets benefit.I live in Georgetown, Guyana, and got diagnosed with T1D 10 years ago~ (March 26th 2002). I've been using my finger pricks all along, and that has been fine since I've achieved fair…Continue
My current pump is about to expire. Really interested in getting this pump as a replacement - worried about the pods cannula insertion though. Have researched via utube and several people have mentioned that these hurt when inserting. Is this the…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'm new to TuDiabetes so here is my story for anyone interested:
I have a younger brother who was diagnosed with T1D at 12 years old, like many others, my family unfortunately was unaware of the symptoms until his bg was very high. The diagnosis had a profound effect on his eating habits and attitudes toward food, as it often does. Five years later, when I was 20 years old, I found myself experiencing the same symptoms I had seen in my brother. I promptly diagnosed myself,…
The previous link to my blog didn't work. Everything is well again. Enjoy. I hope you are blessed.
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