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In public or Not?

I shared on another post about watching a man, empty his man-bag of his testing supplies and there infront of a restaurant filled with peop…

Started by sdkate

53 14 hours ago
Reply by Nettie

Sometimes ...

Sometimes I seriously wish I could hire someone to follow me around for a week and tell me what to do each time I have a diabetes decision…

Started by Jen

16 Aug 13
Reply by Rob Roy

Exercise Confusion

I normally exercise AFTER eating but, if I exercise BEFORE eating how long should I wait to test and bolus for an upcoming meal? Wouldn't m…

Started by Sportster

12 Aug 12
Reply by meee

Lets play high/ low. What's your highest and lowest reading you recall, EVER?

HIGH: 444 LOW: 27

Started by Andrew

397 Jul 30
Reply by Tiki

high altitude= high blood sugar?

We are vacationing in Colorado and my son who is 13 and a type 1 blood sugar has been high. We were wondering if any one else has had high…

Started by Abby

2 Jul 14
Reply by Abby

True2go meter

Anyone use this meter and know where I can get test strips in Canada? I'm going to head to London Drugs shortly as their website says they…

Started by Jen

8 Jun 27
Reply by Jen

Lows

Hello Everyone, I was in the chat room with this question but I would like all input I can get. I have been a type 1 for 3 years (diagnosed…

Started by Ms.Fitz

27 May 28
Reply by Ms.Fitz

BG Rise on Coffee ... What Else Might Do It?

I went on a weekend jaunt recently - my second trip since dx w/T1, but the first where I was reliant on restaurants. Ordinarily I drink bla…

Started by Eucritta

15 May 1
Reply by Eucritta

Inaccurate blood glucose readings while sick?

I know it is normal do have higher BGs when sick, but is it expected for glucometers to be less accurate when under medication or sick? I'v…

Started by bort269

9 Apr 19
Reply by SS

Eat to your meter?

I have seen some comments and posts that are confusing to me as a new T1, and I think my questions may be related. If not, I apologize for…

Started by Dee

16 Apr 4
Reply by Terry

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