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I began using the pods when they first came out and went through the typical issues wen a pod alarmed.
When the smaller ones came out, I was also fearful of more alarms after reading how many of the users suffered with those issues. I was fortunate, until now, not to have suffered a string of alarms. Suddenly, in the past 2 weeks, I have had 5 fail from one box and still have 3 left.
I tried a new shipment and the first pod alarmed during priming.
Different times- middle of…
Just couple of days ago I started with 1 unit of Humalog.
What I have observed is headaches and extreme thirst throughout the day after about 3-4 hours of taking insulin.
Does it go away after using homolog for certain time ( week, month)?
Should I ask my endo to switch to Novolog?
Highly appreciate any response on this.
I was transfered to the hospital in cairo, it was alot better to be honest i liked it there to be honest, there was a garden the food there was good , i was given the flexpens i use now and we had something like group therapy where we were educated how to deal with diabetes type 1, i didn't get any more needles i stayed there for about 3 weeks and headed home all my family members visited me and bought me presents, presents was the best part, my classmates and teachers were all sweet and…Continue
So after half an hour from when i got home, the teacher rang my mom, i started to panic after the call was ended i asked my mum what the teacher wanted and she said nothing and i told mum what happened so both my parents are pharmacists so it was easy for my mum to put a two and a two and she figured that i had diabetes, the next night i felt a bit sick and when dad came home he said he wanted to test my blood sugar at the time i didn't know what was diabetes or blood sugar so i ran in the…Continue
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