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Started by Thurkman in Type 2 Diabetes Forum 1 hour ago. 0 Replies

Back after about a year, and no farther- although I have insurance for now (until I'm fully employed again)- but almost impossible to get meds approved without 6-8 weeks for approval for each new one. Keep looking here and elsewhere for just a 1…Continue

Diabetes Sentry

Started by Alan Sparling in Type 1 Diabetes Forum 1 hour ago. 0 Replies

Hi, I am a volunteer at my local hospital's Diabetes Education Center and as a type 2 that has not yet needed to move to insulin, I can not test one of these devices. The Diabetes Sentry brochure describes an "affordable, life-changing device for…Continue

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Started by Fabio Esteban in Type 1 Diabetes Forum 1 hour ago. 0 Replies

Hello there. I have been a paradigm pump user for the past 5 years and do not love the system for many reasons. For example, the Paradign apparently communicates well with the Bayer Glucose meter, however, my insurance won't pay for Bayer, only for…Continue

Need help for my toddler

Started by sarah in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-Diabetes. Last reply by Tim 2 hours ago. 1 Reply

I am not sure how to tell if my 3yo needs 1 or 2 doses of his Levemir. I have read it wears off anywhere between 12-24 hours. I give him 3 units around 3 pm and he goes down from 180 at bedtime to 130 by morning but from breakfast until late…Continue

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Five things I want to tell my younger self

Posted by rick the "Blogabetic" on July 29, 2014 at 2:00am 3 Comments

Five things I want to tell my younger self

There is an awesome project being featured in various venues around the world by the Maine photography artist Trent Bell. Mr. Bell primarily known as an architectural photographer artist had a friend who was sentenced to 36 years in prison. It got Mr. Bell to thinking about what if anything long time prisoners might write to their…

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When will this all end

Posted by Stemwinder (Gary) on July 28, 2014 at 4:20pm 4 Comments

This has not been a banner year for me so far. It started in January with a trip to my PCP for bad neck and shoulder pain. It wasn't long before I ended up in surgery for a rupture cervical disc and soon after that shoulder surgery for a damaged rotator cuff, damaged cartridge and a case of frozen shoulder. I was just released by the shoulder doctor last Wednesday. During this time I was also diagnosed with Meniere's Disease.

Like I said I was released by the orthopedic doctor on…

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Queens and Kings of Carb Counting Share Their Secrets

Posted by Emily Coles on July 28, 2014 at 4:00pm 1 Comment

From the Integrated Diabetes services Blog

The results are in. Apparently, there is universal interest in the topic, because we received hundreds of entries in our carb counting contest from people as far away as Eastern Europe and Australia. We all think we’re “experts” after years of label reading and WAG counting, but our three winners really showed their expertise and scored high…

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And Here's The News I've Dreaded

Posted by Tiki on July 28, 2014 at 1:33pm 1 Comment

Had another post-op appointment to follow up on my third eye surgery. I knew it was bad news by the look on the doctor's face after he examined me. He looked so heartbroken, as if it was he who was being told he'll never see again.

OK, well, it wasn't THAT bad...

As usual, when he first walked in and we had our greetings, he asked if my vision had improved since two weeks ago. I told him it hadn't, that it was like trying to look through frosted glass, just all gray. He…

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