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Anxiety attack diabetes... yes/no?

Started this discussion. Last reply by mohe0001 Feb 15. 9 Replies

Synonyms: T1 and P.T.S.D. ???

Started this discussion. Last reply by Diabetic Dad Jun 16, 2014. 6 Replies

 

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Janice replied to Stuart's discussion '2 hrs. after, now what?' in the group Type1 for 30 Plus Years
"Back to the fuzzy logic and the artificial pancreas . . . . my masters degree was in electrochemistry which includes things like biosensors. Although I did not work on them (way too close to home), many in my lab did. The problem with getting all…"
12 hours ago
Janice replied to Stuart's discussion '2 hrs. after, now what?' in the group Type1 for 30 Plus Years
"P.S. I am not on a diabetic diet. I eat like a healthy, thin, non-diabetic. I do my best to eat several servings of veges and fruit each day, tend to eat a lot of meat and nuts, and very light on breads. Never eat at fast food places (because I…"
12 hours ago
Janice replied to Stuart's discussion '2 hrs. after, now what?' in the group Type1 for 30 Plus Years
"Oh wow, I hope you're up for a long response, because I take a LOT of factors into account. In my own, personal, fuzzy-logic computations, I will start with long-acting or basal insulin. I have found that, if I have the basal just right, then…"
13 hours ago
Stuart replied to Stuart's discussion '2 hrs. after, now what?' in the group Type1 for 30 Plus Years
"WOW... "fuzzy logic", exactly the issue as I see it. Excellent... Ok, what factors are your fuzzy logic pieces trying to figure out how you got the number you do-did?"
15 hours ago
Stuart and Sam are now friends
15 hours ago
Stuart replied to KCsHubby (Dave)'s discussion 'Low blood sugar while getting a massage'
"The person performing the massage technique(s) are NEVER supposed to massage the specific part where insulin was recently injected."
15 hours ago
Stuart replied to HPNpilot's discussion 'New video on T1D in the New York Times'
"Hello Alex's Mom: With respect you appear to be confusing some issues. The video was designed specifically to raise money for the parents entirely understandable agenda-goal. That said, the simple reduction of insulin will certainly gain the…"
15 hours ago
Stuart replied to Terry's discussion 'If you could write your own Rx's, would you visit your doctor?'
"Not a prayer in hades I would ever speak to them, much less visit them if I could write the diabetes stuff. They have no value on any level for me..."
16 hours ago
Stuart liked Terry's discussion If you could write your own Rx's, would you visit your doctor?
16 hours ago
Michael replied to Stuart's discussion 'Our minds, our thinking... ???' in the group Type1 for 30 Plus Years
"Hello to all who have responded. A type one in 1962 had a 20year life expectancy so I am right in there with those who are looking at retirement and didn't expect to see it. Didn't plan financially and really didn't worry about it.…"
Feb 17
Stuart replied to HPNpilot's discussion 'New video on T1D in the New York Times'
"Hello Dee.... But we are -gentle shrug- always. Diabetes can kill me at any time, in all kinds of ways, awake or asleep every second of every day. I do not fear that reality. As long as it never occurs today, myself Im content Nothing special or…"
Feb 17
Stuart replied to HPNpilot's discussion 'New video on T1D in the New York Times'
"A severely understandable but ENTIRELY irrational, and frankly very extreme-paranoid response in most respects. With the highest regret possible, this is the literal definition of pathetic in my experience/opinion. Cut back on the freakin insulin…"
Feb 17
Stuart replied to KCsHubby (Dave)'s discussion 'Low blood sugar while getting a massage'
"That's not "devils advocate", that is established medical fact... and was contra-indicated twenty years ago (e.g. Not supposed to massage the injection/infusion site directly)."
Feb 17
Stuart replied to Jennifer's discussion 'Getting it off my chest'
"Solely an observer of our challenges, her suffering, these events it is FAR harder for you, as her "voyeur" than it shall ever be for us! It is harder to be impotent, and forced to watch than to be the diabetic."
Feb 17
Janice replied to Stuart's discussion '2 hrs. after, now what?' in the group Type1 for 30 Plus Years
"I hear you. I was diagnosed in 1971 (not so long after you) and since what was known back then was pretty limited I had to be "re-educated" in my teens. At that time I thought that there was some sort of simple, linear chart (which applied…"
Feb 15
mohe0001 replied to Stuart's discussion 'Anxiety attack diabetes... yes/no?'
"LOL, AR. I didn't let them give me anything when I had my molars removed because it cost so much more. If I had to do it over again, I would take the acid and pay them whatever they asked."
Feb 15
meee replied to Stuart's discussion 'Anxiety attack diabetes... yes/no?'
"Sorry you had that horrible reaction- at least your bg was good. I didn't know novacaine had epinephrine in it.. I've never had that reaction. I don't think I've had dental work done since being on insulin but I will ask them to…"
Feb 15
Zoe replied to Stuart's discussion 'Anxiety attack diabetes... yes/no?'
"I always ask to have a local without the epinephrine. I figured why do I want something that makes me anxious when I'm already anxious. I started doing that long before I got diagnosed with arrhythmia (mainly rapid heart beat); now I just say I…"
Feb 15
mohe0001 replied to Stuart's discussion 'Anxiety attack diabetes... yes/no?'
"Sounds totally like a reaction to the epi, for you. Headache is a side effect of that drug."
Feb 15
mohe0001 replied to Stuart's discussion '2 hrs. after, now what?' in the group Type1 for 30 Plus Years
"Its a dynamic system, so the math is almost impossible. The mathematical model that has been developed incorporates a bunch of variables that we can't measure, from almost every organ in the body. Here it is, remember, YOU asked for it! :) Its…"
Feb 15

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The PRIMARY person in my life who has diabetes is
me
The PRIMARY person in my life who has diabetes has
Type 1 or type 1.5 (LADA) diabetes
How do you hope to benefit from TuDiabetes?
Experienced peers... with different ideas!
Date diagnosed
March 1, 1969
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Shots, Pump, CGM, Diet and Exercise
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Approaching the 50 year mark riding this dragon.

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At 6:18am on December 15, 2014, Kathy said…

Stuart, I just saw your comment on Kittywolf's page and am extremely impressed with your communication skills and wisdom. You sound like a very cool person! I'm going to send you a friend request.

At 9:53pm on June 2, 2014, Linda G said…

BRAVO on being a FEATURED MEMBER Stuart!!

At 11:02am on June 1, 2014, rick (aka: #blankieboy) said…

Stuart, having cool friends is super cool. Thanks for being my new super cool friend...................................Rick

At 7:31pm on May 29, 2014, rick (aka: #blankieboy) said…

Stuart congratulations on being named a featured member of the week.

At 6:57pm on November 3, 2013, acidrock23 said…
Thx for the friend add, although I feel like I've known you for years...
At 11:04am on November 3, 2013, GinaY said…

Thank you for accepting my friend request. There are so many incredibly interesting discussions here on your page, and I really love the way you write.

At 9:53am on May 15, 2013, Linda G said…

BRAVO ON BEING A FEATURED MEMBER STUART!!

At 7:27pm on March 31, 2013, Cora said…

Sorry for the delay. Ask away about the accupuncture.

At 2:18pm on October 28, 2012, nel said…

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

At 8:15am on August 23, 2012, nel said…

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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