How old was everybody when they were diagnosed with diabetes? I'll start...

I was 4

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Thanks. It's been a rough road but, after 20 years I'm finally gettin the hang of it after giving up too many times.
I was 12 nearly 13. I look back and think my poor mother having to cope with a teenager with diabetes
11 :-(
I was also 4
Join the group, Diagnosed Age 4!

Same Here! Diagnosed 10 years ago this march. Had just turned 4 years old

JUST ENJOY LIFE...:)

14 - That was 46 years ago.

46 years old. That was seven years ago.
What in the hell? I mean, I know it can happen but good god.

I was 42, 16 months on this journey so far.

T1

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