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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
This morning I came upon this blog post on my Twitter account. After reading this, it brought tears to my eyes. This lady said everything I have been trying to tell my endo(s) for years.…Continue
Hi everyone! New to the group-I'm a premed undergrad and gearing up to take the MCAT in a little over a month. Wondering if anyone here had experience with taking long tests (it's over 6 hours long) with keeping your blood sugar stable.I have had…Continue
Pumping is working well for me, I'm not having absorption problems, good predictable control. I'm an omnipod user.However, most of the time when I remove a finished pod the infusion site is a bit swollen, tender, and a little itchy. It's not…Continue
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On February tenth I started a little journey that I had been wanting to do for a long time but hadn't the means until now. I saw an endocrinologist (actually it was the endo's diabetes educator I saw) for the first time in, geez, almost eight…Continue
When I was younger and all the way leading up to Sophomore year in high school, I wanted to be a Pediatric Endocrinologist. I also wanted to be a Fire Fighter, Figure Skater, Veterinarian/Zoo Keeper, Monkey Psychologist…Continue
As a person with type one diabetes, I feel it is important to "recharge" and "fine tune" my care skills. It is a never-ending task and challenge.
I ordered a more recent copy of Gary Scheiner's book "THINK LIKE A PANCREAS" and read it in a…Continue
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