Diagnosed with T1 at age 43 (end of '03) with an A1C of 12.4. For 6 months prior, they thought I had T2 so I did pills and the diet. Only thing "good" about that was that I really learned about counting carbs, etc. before I started shooting insulin. Would have been harder to figure out insulin and the carb issues all at once.
Cope with it fine. I do whatever I want and manage my diabetes around that. Exercise always throws a few wrinkles in the mix but nothing I can't handle. So far, no complications, emergency room visits, etc.
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