"Dead wrong sister.
TREAT, then test (if you must), that extra time searching, trying to figure out how to use the bloody machine, hey, its got a flashlight in the screen COOL... the time wasted testing, is lethally dangerous...
SODA, in the arm…"
"Lol, any extra jobs ?!?!
Was never fond of getting the call over the intercom 4, 5, 6 times every single day. Did you EAT yet... you have lunch... what was for lunch... variations on the same theme. Concern, often excess, frequently extremely…"
"Unfortunately, if "they" are not highly experienced with Diabetes specifically, many, many (most?) blow their gaskets easily.
Ridiculous over reaction(s), defensive medicine, something else... take your pick."
"They can make ANY claim they wish... quack or white coat, same same. What I do not suffer is arrogence or condescension in any forn. We will choose, the course they do not!a If they can prove their ridiculous claims... im in. But met many over time…"
"Hi Stuart. I was thinking of this post after I had one of my worst lows ever. (previous worst was when I was a kid.)
My husband works 2nd shift and came home to me barely consious enough to ask for help. I thought about this post between post low bs…"
"@Jane Dullius, I just read your reply, you communicate very well! There are several types of pumps you might find you like. The Omnipod attaches to your body directly, and the Amimas Ping has a remote control blood test meter, so you can hide the…"
It is far harder for THEM, than it ever is for us. They are forced to watch, unwilling voyeurs to events which APPEAR to be controllable... to their perception anyway. Their perception of diabetes rarely meets reality(ies) of the real…"
I'll take a bite of this one.
There are entirely valid and GOOD reasons to go and visit the local ER. Now and at any time in the future, you will always make the judgement(s). Thank you for that advice, I will not be going for…"
"Exercise when blood sugar is above a certain point c. 250 +/- runs the risk of making you climb even HIGHER. For most it is a "text book" diabetes problem, versus the real world diabetes but, it can happen.
Be careful more than a little if…"
"I second what Zoe said!
Come on, give us the "dummy stick" you're beating yourself up with, hand it over (Holding out his hand) come on.
200 is nothing. You're sick. Try and get some electrolytes too.
How you feeling today?!?!…"
"Stop winding yourself up as much as you can...
Look, high numbers can and DO happen every so often. "Spank them", and stop frustrating yourself. Blood sugar is like a three year old child with a temper tantrum. Things happen. The trick is…"
"How so? And where does that number come from?
You lost 6 in ten friends BECAUSE of....? Your work production has been reduced this much because of what??? Flesh this out for us with some better details... in any arena(s).
We can be more helpful from…"
Thanks for the link Stuart !! ...what a timing on your part...we saw out Vet ( who does teach Tai Chi ) on our walk the other day , who handed me a pamphlet re starting dates in our Community and I found this on FB https://www.facebook.com/TaiChiMastery?ref=stream . I have not committed myself to joining his group :) PS...another story : his daughter is an insulin pumper
Thank you again for commenting on the November 2011 picture .I hope someone can answer your question about the name and that you will be able to locate a youtube video of this set ...let us now please.Please help me with locating your discussion about Martial Arts ??
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