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Maddy's Discussions (98)

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"Yes. I suppose i could. I have recruiters come to my school a lot. I just havn't got…"

Maddy replied Dec 20, 2009 to Just wondering....

23 Dec 26, 2009
Reply by Maddy

"so i would still be able to work on base?? :D"

Maddy replied Dec 20, 2009 to Just wondering....

23 Dec 26, 2009
Reply by Maddy

"I usually don't drop low. i have hyper glucemia. but i also have hypo too. i cant te…"

Maddy replied Dec 18, 2009 to How Low can you go?

18 Dec 19, 2009
Reply by Moodi Moodz Kay

"lets see how to explalin this. idk what my a1c was when i was first diagnosed. but m…"

Maddy replied Feb 15, 2009 to Survey: What is your most recent A1C? How much did it change from the previous one?

41 Mar 13, 2009
Reply by debb

"wow... uhm my endo is having me change mine every saturday. and if i want to sooner.…"

Maddy replied Feb 3, 2009 to 300+ Pricks Per Lancet

239 Dec 6, 2010
Reply by rick (aka: #blankieboy)

"i don't no. idk where i even put the stuff to do it lol i should prolly find it to.…"

Maddy replied Jan 27, 2009 to Do you...?

63 Jul 9, 2009
Reply by Lauren Miller

"high 592 low 53 (im kinda new so ya lol thank goodness that the lowest ive been...…"

Maddy replied Jan 27, 2009 to Lets play high/ low. What's your highest and lowest reading you recall, EVER?

397 Jul 30, 2014
Reply by Tamra

"i agree with kenny when people say stop testing so much you don't need to. oh and wh…"

Maddy replied Jan 17, 2009 to Whats the most annoying comment you've ever gotten about diabetes?

2647 Aug 11, 2014
Reply by Dee

"mee omg im the only type one in my family... although im not the only one my stepda…"

Maddy replied Jan 17, 2009 to Are you the chosen one? ... Type 1, that is.

641 Apr 4
Reply by Lil d

"well if its still good you should use it lol nice idea xD"

Maddy replied Jan 17, 2009 to Insulin Dilemma...What would you do?

51 Mar 1, 2009
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