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Sugar rising after shower

A while ago I was at around 160 and thought a shower might help get my sugar down a little. Bad idea. When I got out of the shower I was ar…

Started by NyJonesy26/Ken

14 Oct 14, 2009
Reply by Don Kelly

a1c

is there a too low range for an a1c? I just left my endo's office and my last a1c was (woohoo!!! I couldn't believe it!!!!) 5.5, but he sai…

Started by Elizabeth

50 Oct 14, 2009
Reply by Dave    _

send me some good written material

last week, I came in contact with young girl ( 16 yrs). she joined my tuition classes very late, I asked her the reason for coming so late…

Started by ravinder

5 Oct 14, 2009
Reply by Marps

Going low after eating

I'm just totally puzzled by this.... V's numbers lately (not real numbers, he's not even this perfect) Before eating: 100; 2 hours after…

Started by Katie Zeller

13 Oct 13, 2009
Reply by Leo2

BCBS--re-reviwing need for pump and "ancillary" supplies after 2 yeras --WHAT!!????

So has anyone else had BCBS decide for no apparent reason after 2 years that they needed to review whether or not you "need" your pump and…

Started by Denise Bevard

11 Oct 13, 2009
Reply by Type1

Post Prandial Tests

Do you do your post prandial at one hour after eating or at two? I have thought that two was the standard, but if our spike is at one doesn…

Started by Zoe

21 Oct 12, 2009
Reply by Dave    _

DIABECELL--First Implant- Type 1

From Living Cell Technologies www.lctglobal.com: Living Cell Technologies Limited today announced that DIABECELL® was successfully implant…

Started by Gerri

11 Oct 12, 2009
Reply by Jan

good doctor versus bad doctor

back ago, i was very intelligent and athletic person, then suddenly , i started losing weight and other symptoms appea. i was 15 year old t…

Started by ravinder

0 Oct 12, 2009

The Diabetic... our Mind?

How has diabetes effected you (any of us) in ways that we are not even aware of; ways that we may not even perceive? Do you think... or ac…

Started by Stuart

19 Oct 10, 2009
Reply by Stuart

worst kind of diabetes

so i was over at a friends house and they have a neighbor w/diabetes since she was little and they insisted that she had the worst kind bec…

Started by bruce

48 Oct 10, 2009
Reply by Gus Pearson

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