"Leigh, Sorry, it's been a long time since I've been here. The trip to Florida went very well. My doctor provided me with both an anti anxiety med and an opiate. No ER visits in Florida.
I was in the hospital for a short time at the…"
"Hello Everyone, I just now realized that there is a Diabetic CVS discussion here. I've had Type I Diabetes for 12 years and CVS for seven years. I've just now been diagnosed with CVS, after so many years of test after test.
I was actually…"
"Congratulations, Mary Anne! I would expect this to be a one-time activity, so hopefully you'll be all set from now on.
I am still waiting for Medicare approval of pump supplies for my current Minimed pump. All the paperwork (including c…"
A quick comment to Mary Anne. I feel very very fortuanate to have an endocrinologist that happens to be a type 1 himself. He knows what I mean when I talk about being scared of lows. Someone that has no experience with hypoglycemia can,t really know what it is like to regain consciousness and not even remember how or what happened.
Hello! How's it going Mary Anne...any questions/suggestions?
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