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Kim's Discussions

trouble with lancit devise

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robin M Jan 27, 2010. 3 Replies

changes in allergic reactions to penicillian?????

Started this discussion. Last reply by Marnie Apr 28, 2009. 1 Reply

sick days

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sohair Abdel-Rahman Nov 3, 2008. 1 Reply

 

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Lynna and Kim are now friends
Dec 4, 2013
Kim commented on kassie's group 'US - Mid-Atlantic Diabetes'
"Juvenile Diabetes Family Support Group Meets this Thursday at 7pm. 6/7 Somerville, NJ YMCA Guest Speaker Gary Scheiner, author, CDE, MS will discuss traveling with type 1 & sports and type 1 management. Please join us. Kids are welcome also. the…"
Jun 5, 2012
Kim joined kassie's group
Jun 5, 2012
Kim joined Mike Campana's group
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Cycling Diabetics

This group is dedicated to all of the diabetics out there who share a love for cycling. All disciplines are welcome!
Jun 5, 2012
Kim posted a status
"haveing our first support group meeting at the NJ Somerville YMCA, Nov.3rd 7pm. Kids are welcome. contact me at kbuonocore@optonline.net"
Oct 16, 2011
Kim posted an event

Michael's Miracles in Motion at Duke Island Park

May 28, 2011 from 11am to 4pm
Bike-a-thon family fun day with JD awareness! Fun times, games, prizes, health awareness and FOOD!DJ, Bounce house, human hamster ball, zumba class, self defense class, hippity hop races for kids and adults too! rain or shine! Come on out and support a good cause and come meet me and my family!See More
May 24, 2011
Kim replied to Mark's discussion 'belly pump sites' in the group parents of kids with Type 1
"it took us about 4 months to figure out that the belly site was not a good one for our son. Half the time, we reached over 500mg/dl with repeated dosages of insulin before it kicked it. Now I avoid it, even though our Doctor says it should not be…"
Apr 13, 2011
tmana commented on Kim's blog post 'No Title'
"I'm pretty sure Carey does the JDRF walk not the ADA walk, so maybe it is RVCC. Maybe your ped endo can suggest something. Also, maybe check in with Children With Diabetes (remember they are now owned by J&J who's also local), and…"
Mar 28, 2011

Profile Information

Date diagnosed
March 23, 2008
Most recent HbA1C %, date of result (optional)
7.8
Type of treatment/devices you use
Pump
What pump model do you use, if any?
mimimed 522

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We are attempting to start a family type 1 support group in Somerset county, NJ. Any advice or any one interested? This would be a once a month get together with families, parents in one room kids in…

Posted on March 28, 2011 at 7:15am 5 Comments

We are attempting to start a family type 1 support group in Somerset county, NJ. Any advice or any one interested? This would be a once a month get together with families, parents in one room kids in another supervised room. help? Continue

sick days

Posted on November 3, 2008 at 11:45am 1 Comment

We are facing our first cold of the season, with our newly diagnosed son. I was surprised to see just as many lows as hights. No keytones! Any advice on getting us all through this? My husband wants me to rush over to the Peds. but I know it is just a stuburn cold.

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At 3:36pm on January 10, 2009, Nathan said…
Kim,
Don't be discouraged. When many older folks were diagnosed they were not receiving the great medical care and advances in technology that we are benefiting from today. My mother was type-1 and she led a very different life then my son it was very rigid and often stressful. With Sam he leads a very happy and active life.

We live in West Orange, NJ.

Nathan
At 6:02pm on November 2, 2008, Nathan said…
Hi Kim,

I too am from NJ. My son Sam who is will be 6 tomorrow was diagnosed 3 years ago. We are using an Animas 1250 pump. He started Kindergarten this year and goes to Karate and Swimming. Please feel free to reach out to me or if you husband wants to as speak to another father he can contact me as well.

Best,
Nathan
At 1:10pm on October 17, 2008, Andrea said…
Welcome to Tudiabetes!

Andrea B.
At 11:00am on October 17, 2008, Beth said…
Hi Kim,

My son is also 7 (march bday). He was diagnosed with type 1 in July of 06. We are still doing injections. Not quite ready for the pump yet. I've been thinking about the omnipod.......
At 1:38pm on October 15, 2008, Nina said…
Kim, I'll probably be needing some support when we finally start all this! Your son was doing 8 shot a day? We're doing 4 and that seems like a lot. It's always with is, isn't it?
At 7:53pm on October 14, 2008, Sweeter Cherise said…
Welcome to Tudiabetes! You have joined a great online community/family.

BTW, your son is a Q-T pie
At 3:50pm on October 14, 2008, Nina said…
Kim, we ordered the Animas Ping. It was between that one and the Minimed. I'm a little afraid of the new learning curve, and the ports - - "infusion sets??" But I think it will be great. Alden is active like your son. We start ski season in a couple of months, and I'm thinking it might really be cool to be able to give him a bolus dose without having to take everything off (because of the remote). Also, he spend his entire summer in and out of the lake up here, so we went for the waterproof one. The other thing is this: Alden was so recently diagnosed that I think it will be good to have the pump when he comes out of the honeymoon stage. I hear that can be a little hairy.

So funny that you mentioned the packs... I'm already trying to figure out what to do for him during sports, and at night, etc....

Don't worry about having trouble with the carb counting and all that. Half of it is we're just afraid of messing up. I was lucky (if that's word for it) because I had gestational diabetes when I was pregnant with Alden, so I had to learn to count carbs and check my glucose then. Funny, I never figured diabetes would enter my life again.

Keep up the good work. Nina.
At 4:33am on October 14, 2008, Mike Campana said…
Welcome Kim!!!
At 7:30pm on October 13, 2008, Karen said…
Welcome to TuDiabetes, glad you found us!!!!


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At 6:49pm on October 13, 2008, Kirsten Hamiltion said…
Hi Kim,
Welcome... & hi from downunder!
My lttle girl Madeline 3 years was diagnosed 15 Aug 08. Were slowly getting use to things.
lKirsten
 
 
 

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