The PRIMARY person in my life who has diabetes has
Type 1 or type 1.5 (LADA) diabetes
How do you hope to benefit from TuDiabetes?
January 3, 2007
Most recent HbA1C %, date of result (optional)
5.8 May 2009, 5.9 August 2009, 5.8 December 2009, 5.2 April 2010, 5.6 August 2010, 5.9 December 2010, 5.6 May 2011, 5.6 August 2011, 5.6 February 2012, 5.8 July 2012, November 2012 5.6, February 2013 5.6, July 2013 5.7
Type of treatment/devices you use
What pump model do you use, if any?
OmniPod, DexCom, Apidra
Enter your website, if any (blog, Facebook, Twitter)
"Yes, anyone that logs onto that page/URL can see it. I used the providers/Web site set up in the Nightscout directions so it would all be free. Web site pages can be password protected, but since I used the free stuff, I didn't try to password…"
"No, because I don't need it. I set up the 'nightscout' project so I can see my blood sugar on my pebble phone. It shows on a Web site so it would be accessible on my Iphone. My husband can check my BG on the Web but the reason I did…"
Having a bit of trouble with the website, and can't find contact info for the webmaster. The Problem: if my post is accidentally longer than 140 characters, it sets a flag (only 140 characters allowed). But after I edit and remove some characters, the flag does not reset, as the result, once i go over the limit, I can not make the post no matter how much i change to get it in the proper limit. This is a fairly easy software fix....
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