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"The only time I ever have issues with blood draws is when they miss the initial poke…"

t.clayton replied Aug 3, 2013 to Fasting blood labs and passing out?

16 Aug 5, 2013
Reply by TimmyMac

"I haven't done a download in a long time so I don't have an idea of what it might be."

t.clayton replied Jun 22, 2013 to What are your 7, 14, and 30 day meter averages? Keeping it real.

176 Jul 16, 2013
Reply by Ren

"7-114 14-110 30-110 60-108 90-111"

t.clayton replied Jun 22, 2013 to What are your 7, 14, and 30 day meter averages? Keeping it real.

176 Jul 16, 2013
Reply by Ren

"Bracelet, I use a leather band one with a medical metal plate from StickyJ."

t.clayton replied Jun 20, 2013 to New medical ID

26 Jun 26, 2013
Reply by Draebor

"I'm not a kid, diagnosed 2 months before turning 30. From my personal experience I w…"

t.clayton replied Jun 19, 2013 to Over insulinization in a T1D

47 Jul 16, 2013
Reply by Sarah

"I haven't ridden much this year but I would generally eat a cliff bar with no bolus…"

t.clayton replied Jun 7, 2013 to Cycling with bouncing blood sugars

7 Jun 7, 2013
Reply by acidrock23

"Old thread but I'll add mine. I use a leather band with medical medal plate from Sti…"

t.clayton replied May 2, 2013 to Medical Alert Bracelets: Do you wear one?

76 May 2, 2013
Reply by t.clayton

"Front inserted to front, back inserted to back on both right and left side of each s…"

t.clayton replied Apr 8, 2013 to How many sites do you use?

11 Apr 10, 2013
Reply by Capin101

"I was going to suggest looking at Triabetes but it appears they are through the link…"

t.clayton replied Feb 13, 2013 to Athletes in need of help

3 Feb 13, 2013
Reply by casey300

"I was diagnosed 3 1/2 years ago, shots was 6u, pump is around 5.1u per day with all…"

t.clayton replied Feb 12, 2013 to How many units of basal insulin do you take per day?

55 May 19
Reply by Cheri

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