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Question about cholesterol meds for a type 1???

So I have recently gone to a check up, and the doctor I saw didnt even let me explain everything about my condition, I am a TYPE 1 diabetic…

Started by Kary Noguerat

16 Feb 24
Reply by Susan Van Abs

Wine tasting - worst idea ever or doable?

OK, so my friend and I bought tickets for a wine tour a few weeks back, and since then, I was diagnosed with T1D. Really unfortunate timing…

Started by KBJ86

28 Feb 23
Reply by KBJ86

PUMP with CGM

Well here I am again just one year out from replacing my pump. At least now there is a choice. I see that the Animas Vibe has integrated CG…

Started by Timothy

21 Feb 23
Reply by Susan Van Abs

Anyone with T1 and Celiac have MORE trouble with control?

After being diagnosed with T1D, I was pretty proud of myself for getting my blood glucose well under control - my ratios were working, I wa…

Started by Shari

6 Feb 10
Reply by Lilli

Still a Type 2....Type Weird!

It has been a while since I have been on here.. Lot of problems in life specially recently. I was dx'd 5 years as a Type 2 even though I do…

Started by KimKat

32 Jan 26
Reply by KimKat

Are my number too high already? When to start insulin?

I think I haven't opened my own thread here yet, although I find you people here most helpful (compared to other forums), by far. I've been…

Started by krisa

45 Jan 11
Reply by pancreaswanted

Infusion Set Site: Blood Beneath

So I have the tandem insulin pump and currently have a cannula attached to my left side. Today I noticed there is a bit of blood seeping in…

Started by DFresh

10 Nov 25, 2014
Reply by elizabetta

How am I GAINING weight?

I've been watching what I eat, using Myfitnesspal app, and going to the gym (although am limited to what I can do because I recently hurt m…

Started by jesikabeth

35 Nov 23, 2014
Reply by biggrey

For Women w T1 - Question Regarding Infections

My daughter is a freshman in college & she went to a small school 5 hours from home. She just turned 18, diagnosed at 14 as a high scho…

Started by samsmom

29 Nov 22, 2014
Reply by samsmom

New retrospective data showed empagliflozin reduced A1C, body weight and markers of abdominal fat in adults with type 2 diabetes

See full press release HERE. RIDGEFIELD, Conn. and INDIANAPOLIS, November 17, 2014 – Empagliflozin tablets reduced hemoglobin A1C (a measu…

Started by Diabetes News and Interest

0 Nov 18, 2014

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