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Morning lows

Another question....V is getting morning lows. About 2 hours after he eats, seemingly regardless of how much of a bolus he takes and what h…

Started by Katie Zeller in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

11 Aug 6, 2009
Reply by Christine Starke

Humulin N Pen

Sometimes when I take My Insulin It Seems That It Didnt Bring My Sugar Level Down Like It Did The Day Before Or The Meal Before. Could It P…

Started by Michael H. Hampton in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

2 Aug 6, 2009
Reply by Christine Starke

HELP! I need to learn to count carbs.....NOW!

I know I am screaming and I apologize. But I am desperate to learn to do this, and math wasn't my greatest subject. I am a type II diabeti…

Started by Cathy Jacobson in Type 2 Diabetes Forum

16 Aug 6, 2009
Reply by Cathy Jacobson

Have you started a D support group in your community? If so, I need to talk to you!

I am going to start an adult diabetes support group in my town, and would like to speak with anyone who has experience starting a group lik…

Started by Jim Huck in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-Diabetes

3 Aug 6, 2009
Reply by Bug74

CGM for Severe Lows

I have a lot of really, really bad lows. I have seizures a few times a week, and the paramedics and I are on a first name basis (I've seen…

Started by Anna in Continuous Glucose Monitoring Forum

15 Aug 6, 2009
Reply by Jim

Petition to Congress - Support Access to Diabetes Self-Management Training

This petition is sponsored by the American Association of Diabetes Educators to the U.S. Congress telling them we want them to support and…

Started by I've got popcorn in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-Diabetes

5 Aug 6, 2009
Reply by I've got popcorn

In case you missed our most recent newsletter...

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Started by Manny Hernandez in TuDiabetes News

0 Aug 6, 2009

exercise and bg

I currently consider myself pre-diabetic (fasting 103-109 and some post-prandial peaks at 140-160) even though my Dr. doesn't and I'm wonde…

Started by drew in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-Diabetes

4 Aug 6, 2009
Reply by Gerri

Advanced Stages of Type One Diabetes

My dad has had diabetes for for years now, he was diagnosed when he was 21, he is now 46. His health has sadly decreased quite a bit over t…

Started by Lilly Ann Rossberg in Type 1 Diabetes Forum

5 Aug 6, 2009
Reply by Jan

Omnipod: failure to alarm

Yesterday when I woke up my blood sugar was unusually high (200's). I took my correction factor and went about my day. I started to feel il…

Started by Amy in Insulin Pump Users Forum

2 Aug 6, 2009
Reply by Mike




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