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"In looking at my CGM reports I just downloaded.. it looks like I crept up the week b…"

Shannon replied May 10, 2012 to TMI Girly Topics - Men, consider yourself warned ;)

6 May 11, 2012
Reply by Holger Schmeken

"Thanks, KCOO -- I can definitely relate to the logging for 2 weeks prior to your dr'…"

Shannon replied Mar 22, 2012 to Do you log?

12 Mar 27, 2012
Reply by Jed Dole

"That's a great example, LaGuitariste! Thanks for sharing."

Shannon replied Mar 22, 2012 to Do you log?

12 Mar 27, 2012
Reply by Jed Dole

"I was on shots for 6 years, then the pump for a year, back to shots for another 8 ye…"

Shannon replied Mar 20, 2012 to Pump to shots?

21 Apr 4, 2012
Reply by dkhay

"I was diagnosed in '92 and went to my first walk in '93. I have walked every year si…"

Shannon replied Mar 20, 2012 to JDRF Walk

7 Mar 20, 2012
Reply by Mimi

"This is year 20 for me. I think the only thing I'd have done differently is I'd have…"

Shannon replied Mar 20, 2012 to I wish I had (known) - I wish I did...

92 Mar 23, 2012
Reply by Aimee

"I always carry my meter (Freestyle Flash) and glucose tablets. I also keep a bottle…"

Shannon replied Mar 20, 2012 to Carrying Supplies - What do you use?

19 Mar 21, 2012
Reply by Capin101

"Yes, I'll be curious to see what you think - thanks for the suggestion!"

Shannon replied Mar 16, 2012 to MedicAlert bracelets - do you wear one?

34 Mar 24, 2012
Reply by awg0681

"I always use my stomach or my hips/backside. My stomach always hurts more as I have…"

Shannon replied Mar 16, 2012 to Infusion set on leg (thigh) vs stomach

12 Mar 21, 2012
Reply by nel

"I have traveled with my pump - and sometimes it sets off an alarm, other times it do…"

Shannon replied Mar 16, 2012 to Airport Security and Full Body Scans

36 Mar 16, 2012
Reply by Cindy




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