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New diabetic

I just found out I have diabetes. I had to go to the doctor for a girl problem, she took some blood tests and said I might have diabetes. S…

Started by madison

213 Feb 6
Reply by madison

This is all new and hard to deal with

Hi, In December i went and saw a doctor for the first time in 10 years because I was constantly feeling nauseous. He run some blood tests a…

Started by Squeeze

11 Feb 5
Reply by meee

Another new person joining the club

Hello everyone! I'm Elena, female, 40, and was diagnosed Type 1 (or maybe LADA) on 9/30/2014. It's been an interesting ride since then, to…

Started by Elena

28 Jan 29
Reply by Elena

Just received a new diagnosis

At this mornings doctor appt I asked my Dr. what my insulin levels were and he said 9 months ago it was 2.6 and since my numbers have becom…

Started by LiL MaMa

292 Jan 28
Reply by Dave

New to diabetes and frustrated

First, THANK YOU for this site! Next, I am leaving for the holiday weekend so if I do not respond to posts right away, it's because I am o…

Started by Lil~Bit

14 Sep 3, 2014
Reply by Lil~Bit

Site Infection... How do you treat it?

Hello everyone! This is probably TMI but it's my first time happening where I get an infection and it's not in the best place. I put the si…

Started by Genesis

2 Jun 18, 2014
Reply by Genesis

WHO? WHAT? WHEN? WHERE? WHY?

Who were you with when you were first diagnosed? What were you doing when you had that thought "something is wrong"? When were you diagno…

Started by Brea

100 Feb 8, 2014
Reply by meee

Insulin newbie question

Hi, all! Firstly, thanks for the warm welcome upon signing up :) I was diagnosed with T1 almost two years ago, and I wish I'd found and joi…

Started by Audge58

10 Nov 14, 2013
Reply by Audge58

Real life advice for a new pumper :)

So I FINALLY get to start using my Accu-chek spirit combo IP this upcoming Tuesday. I realize it will probably take some time to get the in…

Started by ashleypfuntner

38 Sep 5, 2013
Reply by Lucia

A pod, a hammer, and some vice grips later...

This thing is build like a tank... A very sturdy tank. The old pod could be pried open with a knife, but this one really does require a ham…

Started by Stephen Gilbert

4 Sep 5, 2013
Reply by Brent

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