i was diagnosed sometime in 2004. when the doctor told me i was T2 and would have to take a couple of pills a day. it was like, ok, so what. so i couldn't tell you what day it was. now if you were to ask me what day my husband left me i could tell you. may 25th 2006. i guess my priorities were a little screwed. i have a different doctor now, plus i have found this site and have learned that it's more then ok, so what.
T2, July 16, 2002 (fasting blood glucose, put on ADA diet crossed with low-sodium diet). Officially told, and started on Glucotrol XL, July 21, 2002. For some reason, though, "July 12" keeps sticking in my brain.
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