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    Word Association Game

    Started by dino in Community Games, Other Topics. Last reply by kuze 10 minutes ago. 23504 Replies

    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

    Dexcom transmitter life.

    Started by Joe in Continuous Glucose Monitoring Forum. Last reply by Joe 37 minutes ago. 6 Replies

    Is it a big secret that the Dexcom G4 transmitter is only guaranteed for 6 months? Mine has a dead battery after 11 months. On the Seven system I never had to replace a transmitter in 6 years. Tech support told me that the battery goes dead quicker…Continue

    When to make a fuss?

    Started by CQJ in LADA (Type 1.5) Diabetes Forum. Last reply by Lilli D 44 minutes ago. 74 Replies

    I don't know if I have LADA or something else diabetes. I had reactive hypoglycemia for years growing up (actually diagnosed when I was in college) and I had gestational diabetes 3 times (12 years ago, 9 years ago, and 7 years ago) and used insulin…Continue

    Pump to injections / Keto diet & CrossFit

    Started by Kiwikrystie in Type 1 Diabetes Forum. Last reply by Jag1 1 hour ago. 8 Replies

    Hi all,This is my first post on tudiabetes!I wanted to get some feedback on a few different topics, hence my 'jam packed' subject heading LOL.Alright, so I have been using an insulin pump up until about 1 month ago. I was on the pump for 18 months…Continue

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    New here! Thanks for all the welcomes!

    Posted by kamap on April 16, 2014 at 6:51pm 2 Comments

    Newly diagnosed diabetic. Scared, confused, but determined to beat this. My mother died from this horrible disease, but I am determined not to.
    A bit about me, divorced mom of one grown daughter. I have three furbabies at home, my cats, Chaos, Jack and Sparta. They are fun and can be brats too. I live in AZ. I work in the medical insurance billing industry. Here to find friendsand learn together.

    My Dawn Phenomenon

    Posted by Austin Pereira on April 16, 2014 at 6:30pm 6 Comments

    Its not everyday that I wake up high, but its most days. I was at 101 today, which is about as perfect as anyone could get. But my meter is right there telling me that my 2 week before breakfast average is 242. I felt pretty good today though! It usually takes me until noon to get out of a funk.

    I've tried cutting out carbs before bed, which is pretty hard at dinner time. With my hectic schedule sometimes I don't eat dinner until close to 8pm. I also have Celiac disease, and what that…

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    The Ultimate Passover Seder

    Posted by diabeticmaven on April 16, 2014 at 1:34pm 3 Comments

    My husband and I were invited to my friend Sid’s home for the first Passover seder this year. I know Sid from standup comedy. Actually we are the only two jews that I know of doing standup in our area. Sid always wears a keepah (yarmulkah), so it’s not a secret that he’s Orthodox.

    The seder began around 8:30 p.m.– after Sid attended services. There were 22 people sitting at a very long table. There were 7 children under 18 and the rest older. Sid has five children. They were all very…

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    What is Next? (Blog 200 of 200)

    Posted by rick phillips on April 16, 2014 at 9:30am 7 Comments

    What is Next?

    (Blog Number 200 of 200)



    I told Sheryl last week I was a little tired of writing my blog and was looking forward to a break. That is true. It is not that I am tired of writing it as much as I am fresh out of ideas for my next one. I recall when I started I had maybe 10 good ideas…

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