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The last two weeks have produced two days that could be called "extreme excursions" for me. Why, you ask? Because of scar tissue! See if you agree with my reasoning and chime in with your rotation routine and any comments are welcome.I have a…Continue
i take no meds yet as i am pre diabetic and control my bg thru diet and exercise. i do not have elevated triglycerides and am not overweight. i remember reading that a normal/better than normaltriglyceride level was a sign of insulin sensitivity,…Continue
So as I sit here and ponder how high I am going to end up after (over?)correcting a low, I wonder, how long do others wait after a low before correcting a rebound high to avoid setting off the roller coaster for the rest of the day? I just had a low…Continue
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So I'm kinda bad at keeping up with this! (sigh) life just gets in the way sometimes. Anyways, good news...I FINALLY got a dexcom cgm!!!!! yay! :)
I was talking to my CDE about how I have a lot of trouble with affording a cgm and one of…Continue
Hi I was just curious if this had happened to anyone!So two weeks ago I got the nexplanon birth control in my arm, ever since then my blood sugars have been out of control. Like 300-400. I will go to bed at 190 and when I wake up it's in the 300.…Continue
My secret identity: I can go from an independent, self-sufficient individual to a solely and…Continue
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