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"I'm a math guy... so just for the heck of it lets take a look at your example throug…"

Sam replied 12 hours ago to Basal or Bolus?

6 2 hours ago
Reply by Brian (bsc)

"IMHO you're better off taking more basal and less bolus if possible-- less volatilit…"

Sam replied 16 hours ago to Basal or Bolus?

6 2 hours ago
Reply by Brian (bsc)

"How much insulin are you using day to day? How does your copay for u100 compare? Not…"

Sam replied on Tuesday to Copay Assistance

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Reply by angivan

"I'm diagnosed with LADA, have had the c-peptide and antibody testing an still don't…"

Sam replied Oct 23 to Has anyone been labeled type 1.5 (LADA), but type 2 could still be a possibility?

8 Oct 24
Reply by Tim

"Your insulin should be fine. Pharmacists have told me that unopened pens can spend 3…"

Sam replied Oct 22 to Power outages and insulin

7 Oct 24
Reply by meee

"I eat Essentially zero carbohydrates for breakfast, that's the only way I stay flat…"

Sam replied Oct 21 to Smoothies for Breakfast

11 Oct 23
Reply by Naijabetic Mama

"Do you drink alcohol and if so have your patterns with it changed lately? That can a…"

Sam replied Oct 20 to LOWS!

23 Oct 20
Reply by Sarah

"Basal and bolus are two entirely different animals. Your basal being adjusted absolu…"

Sam replied Oct 19 to LOWS!

23 Oct 20
Reply by Sarah

"Lol yeah but 22s are for kids"

Sam replied Oct 17 to Am I being paranoid? I'm going to stock pile insulin....

46 Oct 22
Reply by Dave

"I think I have about 10,000 units on hand... Plus about 10,000 rounds of ammunition…"

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

46 Oct 22
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