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"You are absolutely correct. She should have declared her pump. Every bit of literatu…"

JRod replied Jan 28, 2012 to TSA strikes again, Los Angeles International!

11 May 18, 2012
Reply by Kimberly

"Wow, this is an interesting response. I'd like to know more about insulin choices. W…"

JRod replied Jan 1, 2012 to Why do people still use Regular?

44 Mar 26, 2013
Reply by Tabacblond

"I take R in high potency U-500 form. Pregnant women with gestational diabetes are of…"

JRod replied Jan 1, 2012 to Why do people still use Regular?

44 Mar 26, 2013
Reply by Tabacblond

"Something else is causing you to feel terrible and your bg just happens to be 96 whe…"

JRod replied Jan 1, 2012 to Would you consider this a major problem?

171 Jan 9, 2012
Reply by Betty J

"I completely agree with Gary. It sounds very familiar,,your story sounds very much l…"

JRod replied Dec 16, 2011 to My Story

21 Aug 5, 2013
Reply by candyapple779799

"I am type 2 (8yrs) and I just recently went on a pump. I chose the medtronic revel a…"

JRod replied Nov 22, 2011 to insulin pumps

6 Nov 22, 2011
Reply by TheOneType

"No, never and I re-use lancets often."

JRod replied Nov 22, 2011 to Lancet Infection Poll

56 Nov 22, 2011
Reply by Alan S

"Mine is 70-140. The maternal/fetal specialists want me below 120 at all times but my…"

JRod replied Nov 22, 2011 to Pump BG Range

19 Nov 23, 2011
Reply by still_young_at_heart

"Pregnancy is why I switched to insulin instead of oral meds. After I had my last bab…"

JRod replied Nov 22, 2011 to Would you ever ask to be put on insulin, why?

69 Feb 6, 2012
Reply by wynot




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