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"Great Job!!!! That's no easy feat to lose that much weight."

Kevin replied Aug 11, 2012 to I HAVE AN ANNOUNCEMENT TO MAKE

34 Aug 11, 2012
Reply by Unknown Diabetic

"It could be my friend. They can change quickly. I just had to get used to a higher i…"

Kevin replied Aug 11, 2012 to Extended High BG - no explaination

17 Aug 12, 2012
Reply by meee

"If this continues for any period of time you may want / need to get tested for insul…"

Kevin replied Aug 11, 2012 to Extended High BG - no explaination

17 Aug 12, 2012
Reply by meee

"4 Basal rates. The Endo suggested keeping it simple and it works for me. I initially…"

Kevin replied Jul 14, 2009 to How many basal rates do you have programmed into your pump?

44 Sep 2, 2009
Reply by Dave S

"The exact same thing happens to me. Crazy vivid dreams.... huge headache."

Kevin replied Jul 11, 2009 to waking up LOW :(

24 Jul 11, 2009
Reply by Elizabeth

"Brazshell, I looked on your profile and it said your A1C was 17. Is that a typo? If…"

Kevin replied Jun 8, 2009 to pregnant at 36 with typ 1?

7 Jun 8, 2009
Reply by Kristin

"23....... I've had paramedic intervention on numerous occasions. I'm sure I've been…"

Kevin replied Mar 8, 2009 to

just now

"I'm with you Suzanne! Some of my best areas are about 2 inches away from the belly b…"

Kevin replied Mar 8, 2009 to Why are we not supposed to put an infusion site too close to our belly buttons?

23 Mar 30, 2013
Reply by TeeBee

"I dont't think your basal rates are right. You may need to re-evaluate that."

Kevin replied Mar 7, 2009 to Constantly high and confused????

25 Sep 20, 2009
Reply by etta amy

"di-a-BEE-teez; I live in Illinois. I've heard some people say di-a-BEE-tus in rural…"

Kevin replied Mar 5, 2009 to Di-a-BEE-tus or Di-a-bee-TEEZ?

40 May 30, 2009
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