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"i'm a gold girl, and i've had my bracelet for about 3.5 years now. i wear it constan…"

awillie replied Apr 5, 2012 to Medic alert bracelets

15 Apr 6, 2012
Reply by Mari

"#1 weight gain is most usually (i am not a doctor nor do i play one on TV) attribute…"

awillie replied Aug 11, 2011 to Scared of weight gain

13 Sep 29, 2011
Reply by Blithe

"1. 18yo + 3 months 2. eye-sight needed correction 6months in advance (earliest sympt…"

awillie replied Jul 31, 2011 to A little experiment ...

104 Sep 13, 2011
Reply by John

"one tube of glucose tabs used to be the standard. i usually am near enough to vendin…"

awillie replied Jul 3, 2011 to What do you consider a minimum "hypo safety kit"?

81 Jul 13, 2011
Reply by Lila

"pistachios, other nuts, cheese, beef jerky (seems popular!), veggies and dip, berrie…"

awillie replied Jun 25, 2011 to snacks

21 Jun 30, 2011
Reply by Ron Doyle

"i'm glad tests came back negative- What a relief that must be! I'm sure it's still f…"

awillie replied Jun 8, 2011 to C. diff (Clostridium Difficile/Colitis) anyone?

11 Jun 8, 2011
Reply by awillie

"i was actually serious. transplants work very well and are becoming more widely used…"

awillie replied Jun 7, 2011 to C. diff (Clostridium Difficile/Colitis) anyone?

11 Jun 8, 2011
Reply by awillie

"two words... fecal transplant -------------> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fecal_b…"

awillie replied Jun 2, 2011 to C. diff (Clostridium Difficile/Colitis) anyone?

11 Jun 8, 2011
Reply by awillie

"I agree that the standard test is via endoscopy, but i would not settle for a blood…"

awillie replied Jun 1, 2011 to celiac disease

5 Jun 2, 2011
Reply by rpwils

"front: 1st and last name back: Type 1 diabetic/insulin dependent"

awillie replied May 6, 2011 to Medical ID Info

28 May 14, 2011
Reply by Teowyn

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