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Flu shot=High BG's???

I don't know if this has been asked already, but here goes: So I got the seasonal shot today, and this evening my BG is pretty out of whack…

Started by Di in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

6 Nov 7, 2009
Reply by Carey

When were you first put on meds?

At what BG#s' or A1c were you put on meds/insulin??

Started by Dawn in Diabetes Treatment, Cure

6 Nov 7, 2009
Reply by Kristin

Catholic Diabetics( Men & Women)

I'm a practicing Catholic and suspect there are more on TU. Please check in and discuss our faith and whatever else you wish. Pete

Started by Peter Germano in Type 2 Diabetes Forum

3 Nov 7, 2009
Reply by Rosalee Meade

Tell me what you think ... about PUMPS =)

So I was diagnosed in January of 2001 and I am now a senior in high school. I think I finally talked my parents into getting me a pump. Alt…

Started by Hollie in Insulin Pump Users Forum

12 Nov 7, 2009
Reply by Sophie

Fifty-50 medical

Has anybody ever tried their infusion sets. The food is pretty good, but just discovered that they have infusion sets that fit MM and other…

Started by Mike S. in Insulin Pump Users Forum

4 Nov 6, 2009
Reply by Mike S.

Grapefruit and metformin may result in high level of lactic acid

The DiabetesHealth magazine featured an article on the study done by South African University pharmacologist, Dr. Peter Owira, who found th…

Started by Varena in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

2 Nov 6, 2009
Reply by Varena

Making Sense of Diabetes - Winners for Week 5 (Taste) and Special Round

Today we're announcing the last group of winners for Making Sense of Diabetes. It's been an INCREDIBLE week! We had the entries correspondi…

Started by Manny Hernandez in TuDiabetes News

5 Nov 6, 2009
Reply by Fabiana Couto

High BG at school (help!)

I am 13 years old and all of the sudden i am having a really tough time managing my diabetes. I don't know why but the fear of lows is taki…

Started by john johnson in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

13 Nov 6, 2009
Reply by Nanette Stoots

Started on the pump today

This morning I switched from MDI to a MM722 pump. I had a 9 o'clock appointment at my Endo's office with my PA and pump trainer. I did a lo…

Started by Richard P Cosgrove in Insulin Pump Users Forum

15 Nov 6, 2009
Reply by Mike S.

Looking into a pump for my 17 mth old...

Hey! My son was diagnosed in August with T1. The pedi. endo. just suggested the pump at his last appointment. We are going to be attending…

Started by Danielle Walker in Insulin Pump Users Forum

6 Nov 6, 2009
Reply by Asma

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