"Diabetes always takes time out of my day whether its figuring out how many units to take, treating a low, or even just thinking about it. In the mix of everything it just takes out a PART of my day, and I wouldn't want to miss out on the rest…"
"I really hate when people assume you can't eat sugar at all. Ive been at so many dinners, or parties where people skip over me during desert entirely without even asking, or where I almost get dirty looks for having a cookie. Yes, I can have…"
"Hey:) I definitely do not have an A1C of 6, but I understand being discouraged by what seems like a multitude of people on here that do. Lately, I have been trying to use these great numbers as motivation. For the last few years I have had an A1C of…"
"when you wake up..eat a chocolate chip muffin like there's no tommorow...that you know is your pregnant sister's muffin....
admit to her you ate it later in the morning...then have her tell you there were no muffins in the house....and…"
"My grandma was a type 2, so one day when I was visiting and watching her take her blood glucose I asked if she would take mine. She took my blood glucose in the morning (technically a fasting glucose reading) and it was something like 260 mg/dL. So…"
"hello and welcome to TuDiabetes! it's great you joined the community because you'll find what you want here! Please take the time to click on "About Us" and read the New Member Guide. There are many groups and discussions,…"
Feb 25, 2009
Rebecca is now a member of Diabetes community by Diabetes Hands Foundation: TuDiabetes
hello and welcome to TuDiabetes! it's great you joined the community because you'll find what you want here! Please take the time to click on "About Us" and read the New Member Guide. There are many groups and discussions, you'll find interesting experiences! Bienvenue Rebecca.
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