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"You all helped."

Spock replied yesterday to Retinopathy Replay

23 yesterday
Reply by Brian (bsc)

"ALWAYS. I wear the chain around the neck, as it is more private. If my top is low cu…"

Spock replied yesterday to Do you wear a medical ID?

33 yesterday
Reply by Mimikins

"Just got home from the eye doc. Seems I have one leaker, but the retina is not detac…"

Spock replied on Monday to Retinopathy Replay

23 yesterday
Reply by Brian (bsc)

"Yea. This was spectacularly fast. One minute fine, next minute not fine. It is impos…"

Spock replied on Sunday to Retinopathy Replay

23 yesterday
Reply by Brian (bsc)

"Thank you all so very much. I hate to say this, but I needed the sympathy. I called…"

Spock replied on Sunday to Retinopathy Replay

23 yesterday
Reply by Brian (bsc)

"It is what it is. I really appreciate the hug. At least this does not mess up my BG…"

Spock replied on Sunday to Retinopathy Replay

23 yesterday
Reply by Brian (bsc)

"I drink juice. Have been at this D thing awhile, so I just glug some. My CGM is set…"

Spock replied Oct 17 to Lows and how to treat them

24 on Saturday
Reply by Mocha

"For me, yes. I had the flu shot last Friday and am still having wild swings--very hi…"

Spock replied Oct 17 to High Blood Sugar After Flu Shot

13 Oct 17
Reply by Trudy

"Yeah. Paranoid. FOX?"

Spock replied Oct 16 to Am I being paranoid? I'm going to stock pile insulin....

46 Oct 22
Reply by Dave

"With online resources such as Skype, location should not matter. And "not eligible t…"

Spock replied Oct 16 to Study Opportunity: T1 REDEEM (Reducing Distress and Enhancing Effective Management)

4 Oct 16
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