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Puberty and Unexplained High BG and Ketones

We are having a heck of a time with my 12 1/2 yr. old son. He is experiencing frequent days with high BG readings and ketones. No variables…

Started by Joel Lasky in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

5 Nov 14, 2009
Reply by Joe

Dexcom 7 plus trial.

Has anyone here done this, and how did you go about it? I'm having mixed feelings about my MM CGMS, and would like to check out the competi…

Started by Mike in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

5 Nov 14, 2009
Reply by Theodore Quick

Ive hit a kink 0_0

I had great sugar levels for a couple of months and now, my sugar is always in the 200's. I dont eat that much and im not doing anything to…

Started by Michael H. Hampton in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

4 Nov 13, 2009
Reply by Sanjaka

Anyone else interview with the local news?

The PR people setup an interview for me with the local news people, (won 3rd in the sight competition.) Just finished and it was interestin…

Started by Joe Zen in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

5 Nov 13, 2009
Reply by Joe Zen

A First Hand Comparison: Minimed Paradigm vs. FreeStyle Navigator

I'm a relatively new user to this forum but have been reading the posts for some time now. I've been a pump user for more years than I can…

Started by GlutenFreeDiabetic in Continuous Glucose Monitoring Forum

17 Nov 13, 2009
Reply by MelissaBL

Spibelt; any users?

I'm thinking about getting one to keep my Dexcom Reciever/Energy gel on me whenever I would usually perfer to go with nothing on me. Have a…

Started by Christian in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

7 Nov 13, 2009
Reply by Christian


I'm new to and I hope I'm posting in the right place. I was wondering if anyone here suffers from diabetes as a result of He…

Started by Steven Miller in New to Diabetes?

3 Nov 13, 2009
Reply by Steven Miller

the way you take good care of your diabetes.

the way that i take good care of my diabetes is that i take my sugar 2 a day , count my carbs right , regulate my blood sugar. here are som…

Started by Corey Jordan Stewart in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

21 Nov 13, 2009
Reply by Gerri

Anthem/Blue Shield won't replace my out-of-warranty pump.

Is this a standard practice? It was always my (mistaken?) understanding that my insurance company would replace my pump when it was no long…

Started by Heather in Insulin Pump Users Forum

4 Nov 13, 2009
Reply by Dave    _

What pump will I get now.

I was struggling with the fact that since I'm unemployed, surviving on Unemployment for now, and my insulin pump warranty on my 4+ year old…

Started by Theodore Quick in Insulin Pump Users Forum

2 Nov 13, 2009
Reply by Marcus




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