Here is my question. What do you carry in your diabetic bag?Here is my list1 glucagon kit 1 pen 1 pencil4 orange level life gel2 quick sticks1 ketone strips bottle (unopened)1 erythromycin tablet…Continue
First let me start out as a PWD you should learn your insurance company’s rule about your testing supplies. I have to deal with Medicare and I also use a mail order supplier because it is cheaper for me to get them. Medicare’s policy is 14 days before you are scheduled to run out you may contact your supplier and place a reorder. This is my latest experience with a supply company.
Due to staffing changes at my endocrinologist’s office my doctor left and I was assigned a new doctor. This…
This is from my orginial post that can be found here http://www.liwid.com/fridays-fun/
This has been brewing for awhile. I have been having constant nausea and vomiting for over a year now. I saw a gastroenterologist but all he did was send me for an EGD and all he said was it was gastritis and told me to take zofran and protonix. That did nothing.
This is the story of the aftermath.
Over the months after seeing him i kept…Continue
Good morning/afternoon/evening memebers of the Tud community.
i thought i would take some time to write what has been on my mind. First off i want to thank the DHF staff for last weeks videochat. even though i did not have much to say i did enjoy being apart of it.
when i first came to tud i was known as "Philmore". I suffer from bi polar disorder and for awhile i was going thru extreame highs and lows. Pup was the one to keep me in check and tell me to calm down or "shush…Continue
I am writing this just so people know who I am and tomorrow is my birthday 8-26, So let me start out:
My real name is Josh but you can call me J-Andrew. I was diagnosed on 12-28-08. That is when i joined the 250 Club Sub-charter 02. I have been on metformin, janvia, novolog, lantus, as well as many other drugs for other complications, (ya know the high cholestrol, blood pressure etc..)
So the question that was posed to me is what happened when i was diagnosed. Well to tell you…Continue