A LADA type diabetic [you are also as I recall?], diagnosed late in life, I switched to Humulin-R insulin,
the "synthetic" insulin, a year ago after spending several years continuing to feel very sick on the newer more
Your recent posts about having to constantly tweak your Insulin needs from day to day stuck a big YES chord with me. As I am also a LADA type diabetic, diagnosed only when it was very advanced, this is the way it is has been for me since…"
Apologies for the delay getting back to you. What would be useful to know that we could collect information on and document has been on my mind for days now..... My ability to develop a working model for questionnaire[s] is
"As a growing community of at least 10,000 insulin dependent folks and with just a few insulins on the market,
can't we PLEASE poll ourselves to find out SOMETHING ANYTHING about what's going on with us
independently of phama et…"
"Thanks for the post, CountyClare. Taking "care" of one's diabetes never ends....sigh, but as you've so eloquently accepted, it's demanded of us. Much much much better late than never. And you can also expect to start feeling…"
Thank you....a friend just introduced me to Etta's music, I really like some of her stuff. I am getting into the Blues, soothes my soul. Hope you are well and glad you found TUD.
Take care and look forward to knowing you.
Thanks for the add...Love to be your friend. I was initially diagnosed as LADA too two years ago, further testing ruled type 2. You will be totally at ease here after a while...people are friendly and willing to help. Its a great place to learn and discover new things. Hope to see more of you here =)
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Kim Vlasnik, you NAILED it! In this video, Kim Vlasnik takes our breath away as she describes what its like to be a person with diabetes. Fortunately, Stanford’s Medicine-X Conference gives ePatients, like Kim, a chance to speak since we carry the Read on! →