"Hi , I'm organizing a Support Group/meetup for people with type one diabetes in the Tucson area, Jan 17, 7-9pm. I'd love it if you'd come, as I'm really wanting to connect in person with some other people with diabetes here in…"
Hi , I'm organizing a Support Group/meetup for people with type one diabetes in the Tucson area, Jan 17, 7-9pm. I'd love it if you'd come, as I'm really wanting to connect in person with some other people with diabetes here in Tucson. Please let me know if you're interested, and if you are, let me know if there's a better time/date to meet. Thanks!
Hi Danny, thank you for adding me as a friend. I was very busy with the preparations for our local diabetes fair and therefore I could not reply earlier. It is really great to see that you are achieving a great A1c with shots. Please send me a message If you have any questions about our Glucosurfer.org project.
totally agree! I've had several of those already and I hate them. I almost just want stay high cuz those lows are a killer. I just really want to regulate my diabetes so bad. I had a plan to start having babies by June-July and I feel like this messes everything up for me. I almost feel like I can't have kids now and that breaks me heart! :( Ely
Hey, Thanks for the add. Quick question, I noticed you have such a low A1C. What do you do (please in detail) to keep you A1C so low?? I just found out 1 month ago and I'm not doing so well. I need to know how everyone does this. This is very frustrating; everything I eat make my sugars go sky high. Thanks for any help you can give me.
ok I'll give u tht 1 just....
aww cool where u going in europe i'm traveling arnd europe atmo as well
yeh i got it when i was 4 no1 has it in my family so yeh surprising diagnosis here aswell.
sorry how old r u agn? x
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