Actually, once we get more people in Canada to participate in the project, provinces there will begin to light up.
Here's how you can enter your A1c on TuAnalyze:
-Click on this link: http://www.tudiabetes.org/profiles/profile/apps
-You will be taken to your My Apps page.
-Give it a few seconds. At the top, you will see something similar to this image.
-Click on the button and follow the rest of the instructions on the screen.
I'm sorry it’s taken me so long to get back to you. I can give you and your son great info on how to take care of his diabetes. I was 12 when I was diagnosed and it took me several years the hard way to learn about the right diet, exercise, and most of all the proper intake of insulin. I would love to chat with him if he wants and can always help in anyway needed for the best advice. Let me know how I can help.
Have a great night!
Welcome. My son was diagnosed 2 weeks after his high school graduation. He is now a sophomore in college (18 months later). I don't visit this site all that often though it's an excellent site and resource, but if I communicate I'd really rather do it privately than for all the internet to see. :) Not sure how to do that here. Feel free to email me at beachrus4 @ yahoo dot com if you like.
Hey Karen - Welcome to TuDiabetes!! Stretch Your Life looks like a great site. Have you thought about doing anything specifically geared toward diabetes? I'll bet we could all use a little more stretching :)
Hi Karen my youngest son was diagnosed with type 1 when he was two. It was a feeling ill never forget. We took him to the hospital for what we thought was a cold or the flu, and come to find out his sugar level was off the wall. They rushe him to Boston and thats were we spent the next week. It has been a constant struggle and I still sometimes ask why? Althuoh its been eight years and we have adjusted some what it ia a condition that you can never let your guard down. If I can be of help or inspiration. Richie
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