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US - Southeast Diabetes

Join this group if you have diabetes and you live somewhere in the Southeastern US: as far north as the Carolinas, as far west as Louisiana (Administrator: Jolie30).

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Diabetes Forum

Atlanta area diabetics

Started by KCCO. Last reply by Jack's Mom Jun 7, 2012. 5 Replies

Vision and diabetes

Started by Tracy Reeves. Last reply by Lady C Jun 27, 2011. 8 Replies

I have a couple of questions....

Started by Glenda. Last reply by wallskev Oct 18, 2010. 3 Replies

GP or Endo Doc?

Started by Tracy Reeves. Last reply by wallskev Oct 18, 2010. 13 Replies

How to get rid of the food police?

Started by Erika. Last reply by Erika Oct 18, 2010. 5 Replies

Disability? Lack of education?

Started by Cara. Last reply by Janet Rogers Feb 16, 2010. 8 Replies

Diabetic Babysitter in Georgia

Started by Katie Diabadass Craft Aug 25, 2009. 0 Replies

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Comment by Laurian on October 23, 2010 at 12:53pm
Hey I am a T1 diabetic since I was 13 I live in NC. I am using the Omnipod and love it! I joined this website last week! It seems fun to meet other people with diabetes!
Comment by kellyone on September 18, 2010 at 6:03pm
Good evening, I am T1 on an Animas pump and live in New Orleans.
Comment by Prickly Girl on September 14, 2010 at 5:05pm
Welcome, Sunny!
Comment by Laura on September 14, 2010 at 3:13pm
Hello Sunny, welcome
Comment by Scott Lipoff on June 11, 2010 at 10:09pm
Jolly Dolly,
I don't often write comments on these forums but I found your comment very alarming! If I read your note correctly you said that your BG's are typically around 450!!! This is very dangerous. I am a physician and have been a diabetic for >40 yrs. I have to tell you that you need to see a physician immediately. It doesn't have to be an endocrinologist, a FP would do. But you must get your BG's under control soon. Both your immediate and long term health are in great jeopardy! This is dangerously high BG. I don't know what "tried almost everything " means but there is no reason why your BG should be at this level in 2010 in the USA.. I don't mean to sound alarmist but I am very concerned about you. You are very young and your health is in great danger if you don't take care of yourself immediately.
Comment by ♥Jolly Dolly♥ on June 8, 2010 at 4:42pm
Hello all!

Just joined, stumbled across this group while searching for one possibly in the East Baton Rouge area. I am Tanya, 23 going on 24 in 22 days (yay!), out of control medically uncovered/uninsured T2 who has tried almost everything but has been unsuccessful in gaining control of it (BG's average about 450+ these days and I have no idea where I am at A1c-wise), originally from Queens, NY but moved down to Orlando, FL in February, 2005 and now to East Baton Rouge parish of Louisiana in November, 2009. It's taking A LOT of getting used to... It is WAY different than Orlando, FL and up north... But I am slowly getting accustomed to it and meeting people like me in the area would definitely help! :) ♥ Hope to meet some new friends and share experiences together!
Comment by TCOYDJuliaB on April 12, 2010 at 12:29pm
Greetings from Taking Control of Your Diabetes! Be sure to check out our upcoming conferences in New Orleans and Raleigh. These are one-of-a-kind events where people living with diabetes can connect with others, hear lectures, participate in screenings, and speak one-on-one with diabetes specialists including physicians, exercise specialists, dietitians, diabetes educators, pharmacists and ophthalmologists. We would love to see you there!! If you would like more information, visit our conference landing pages at:
http://tcoyd.org/national-conferences/new-orleans-2010.html
http://tcoyd.org/national-conferences/raleigh-2010.html
Comment by T1Student on March 10, 2010 at 8:17pm
Hi all I am from Charlotte NC been diabetic for 15 yrs I am on the minimed 722 insulin pump and CGMS they work great for my job I am a medic and work 24hr shifts so it really gives me the freedom I need
Comment by damomma on February 28, 2010 at 6:04am
Hello everyone. I am living right now in NW Arkansas. Born, raised, and married in Columbia, SC... I have been a diabetic for 6 years. It's a rollercoaster ride for me. My stats stay around 150's fasting. I know thats too high. I lost 40 lbs when I first found out, but I yo yo a lot. Over the holidays I gained 10 back. Now at 270. My life story...yoyoyoyoyo. I am so happy to have found this web site. I need support! I am loving it! Will take any advice to heart...Hugs, Emily
Comment by Chauncey on February 16, 2010 at 6:13pm
Hey everyone. Greetings from North Carolina! I love Tu Diabetes. This webiste helps me hold onto the little bit of sanity I have left. :)
 

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