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Unethical endo behavior?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Elizabeth Mar 18, 2010. 8 Replies

Diabulemia support

Started this discussion. Last reply by CherylLuck Dec 2, 2012. 1 Reply

Need diabulemia info

Started this discussion. Last reply by Liz Dec 19, 2009. 11 Replies

 

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Liz replied to eddieg's discussion 'Anyone thinking of switching to the omnipod?' in the group Animas Insulin Pump Users
"I've been using a Ping for 6 years, Medtronic (oh how I miss when they were Minimed!) for 12 years before that. I wholeheartedly agree about customer service. Heavens knows, tho, that if you have to go thru Edgepark, customer service will be a…"
Aug 13
Timothy replied to Liz's discussion 'Bad cartridges' in the group Tandem T:Slim Users
"I hear this pump requires more detail to priming. any airbubbles can cause that."
Apr 15, 2013
Mikey replied to Liz's discussion 'Bad cartridges' in the group Tandem T:Slim Users
"I recently had several highs, but it appeared to be my inset not the cartridge. Do you test bolus with the inset unattached to see if insuling moving through the line? I would also contact Tandem, they have been really helpful in talking you through…"
Feb 28, 2013
Liz added a discussion to the group Tandem T:Slim Users
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Bad cartridges

Hi all! I was wondering if anyone else having issues with cartridges not working properly, causing highs?
Feb 25, 2013
Liz joined Jigga's group
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Tandem T:Slim Users

New insulin pump from Tandem, the T:Slim touch screen insulin pump. Please note: the exchange, sale or giveaway of items between members that require a prescription from a licensed practitioner, including insulin pumps and pump supplies, is not allowed on TuDiabetes.We encourage you to donate supplies to non-profits such as the Charles Ray III Diabetes Association and Insulin for…See More
Feb 25, 2013
CherylLuck replied to Liz's discussion 'Diabulemia support'
"I have...for the first time yesterday. My counselor said I need to do something about my body image. The only way to correct that is with a knife. The more weight I lose the worse it gets. I am still obese after losing almost 100 pounds.I have been…"
Dec 2, 2012
Liz joined Danny's group
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TAGgers UNITED

"Total Available Glucose. The premise behind TAG is that a portion of the protein and fat content of the meal will also contribute to carb loading above and beyond the actual carbs in the meal."
Jul 9, 2010
Elizabeth replied to Liz's discussion 'Unethical endo behavior?'
"My endo is the same way, very thorough, but bills for every little thing. When I got my pump from Animas, my endo told me that I had to go through the Georgia Center for Diabetes to have my pump training, well, I found out that they were going to…"
Mar 18, 2010

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Animas Ping

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At 6:25pm on July 13, 2009, Jeanne said…
Hi Liz,
It is time to start working on the Blue Arch project for this years World Diabetes Day. I have just sent new requests for Sr. McCaskill's help. Are you still interested in helping? If you have any ideas about this I would be delighted.
At 1:00pm on January 4, 2009, Dena said…
Heavy Sigh....I was looking forward to meeting you in person. Did your offer on the property get accepted? My brother lives in a suburb of Dallas. He is a music teacher. A high percentage of the kids in TX take music lessons.
I have to say that my Dexcom does make a big difference for me. My new friend, Joanna uses a CGM and says the same. I used my last sensor last week and am now without. Last time this happened, I said I wouldn't let it happen again. I'll have to work harder at keeping up with this. No, that is not a New Years Resolution. I don't like those.
I wish you well in TX and am sorry that we won't be neighbors (yet). Hope we can meet up someday, maybe you'll vacation here again.
Take care!
Dena
At 7:21pm on December 6, 2008, Dena said…
Hi Liz! Where have I been? Started a new job. Sorry not to respond sooner. This got put on the back burner.
I sold another medical id bracelet this week. Something that I do just once in awhile. My name gets around by word of mouth. My doctor referred this last person to me. Nice to have her thinking of me.
How many kids have you? And ages? Mine is a senior, she will graduate in January. That's all. Whew! Well, my husband and cat kinda fit the kid category in some ways too.
It's good to be back online. I'll tell you more about the accessories my friend and I invented when we decide what we are going to do with them. Top secret!
What are you all doing for fun in Missouri? I'm looking forward to a girls weekend in Cody, Wyoming next weekend. Sleepover at Carol's house. Fun group. She has horses but I'm a bit(well okay, a lot) intimidated by horses.
Any luck with the Dexcom? Are you in touch with the representative? I haven't worn mine for a few days. I was hoping to go out to Chico Hotsprings for a nice soak before I put in a new sensor but that hasn't happened so far.
Take care,
Hope we can get together sometime.
Dena
At 10:07pm on November 12, 2008, Dena said…
It's a pretty big state. I've lived in 6 different communities in Montana. My husband transferred a lot. He is in the grocery business. I've lived way up north in Havre and Wolf Point, Great Falls which is kinda in the middle of the state, Miles City in Eastern MT, Billings which is further West and Livingston is more south central. I don't really want to move again.

I have been unemployed for quite awhile now. I was the office manager for a small physcial therapy business. I finally got burned out on the insurance aspect of the billing. All of the companies have their games and if you can learn to play them, you can get paid but then they change their rules without telling you so you have to learn all over again. I just accepted a job at Costco as a product demonstrator. Wanted to do something that was done at the end of the day. Am also wanting to open my own little business. Have the funding but am hesitant to put my money into anything with the economy being so unstable. Hope things start looking up so my product demonstating career isn't too long lived. I also make and sell and occasional medical ID bracelet and have invented a couple of accessories for certain diabetic equipment that I'm in the process of getting a patent for and then deciding how which way to go from there.

What do you do for a living?

I don't think I've had any trouble with Dexcom customer service. I went through so much insurance run around. I think it took me almost a year to get the okay and once I did, I had my dexcom within a few days. What kind of trouble are you having? Doesn't it seem odd when you have to work so hard to get somebody to sell you something?

Are you two even close to deciding which part of the state you want to settle in or are you still just exploring? It looks to me like real estate prices are beginning to go down here. They really went up fast and now nothing is selling.

What do you think of the Ping? I'm ready to upgrade in a few months. Is this the one that runs with a remote control?
Long-windedly yours, Dena
At 1:04pm on November 11, 2008, Dena said…
Hey Liz!
Thanks for the note! Will you let me know when you are coming to Montana again? I'd love to meet you. There is a beautiful hike out past the KOA. It is the Pine Creek Falls trail. Have you done it?
I really like Livingston. The small town living is good and Bozeman is just a half hour away if anything is needed from the "big" city.
I'm very pleased with my Dexcom. It is very helpful, a wonderful tool. Let me know if you get one.
At 8:58pm on November 5, 2008, tracy said…
Liz - I was diagnosed with T1 at age 6, so I have been diabetic for about 100 years!! Diagnosis was in 1971, so it has been an interesting ride to see all the advances & improvements in treatment & control! I am looking forward to see what the next administration's health care agenda/plan will turn out to be - I hope the Obama administration is able to make qualityhealth care more of a reality for all in the USA.
At 6:13am on November 3, 2008, Jeanne said…
Hi Liz,
Thanks for the offer! It looks like we can not get the Arch lit for this year, however it looks like a real possibility to get the Congressional and Senatorial help we need for next year. I appreciate your offer of help and will probably take you up on it in the upcoming months. I'll keep you posted!
At 7:51pm on November 2, 2008, Sharilyn said…
WELCOME : )
At 9:24pm on November 1, 2008, tracy said…
Liz - Yes, I watched the water go all the way south - how is the recovery of your area? We have 2 daughters, so my husband understands your husbands state of being!!Even 2 of the 3 dogs are female. Poor boy - he has adjusted well! Our oldest is a junior in high school, the youngest a 5th grader.
At 7:08pm on October 31, 2008, Karen said…
my hubby is a sox fan and I don't hold it against him :)
 
 
 

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