Thank you for adding me as a friend, I'm new to tudiabetes, just trying to keep my hopes up, sometimes it's great and under control and other days i just get tired of dealing with it and end up having a bad day in the glucose department. I never thought about how bad diabetes gets when ur pregnant, 3 more months to go and then I can work on improving it or getting rid of it. Hope this monday was a wonderful day for you. It's really cold out here in California today
Thanks Tim for adding me. I've been Type1 for about 43 years. So, I've been through a lot. I am in EXCELLENT control, now, not when I was young. I don't think I'm alone with that.
I'm looking for support. Sometimes it feels like I'm alone in this battle.
Thank you for reaching out and becoming friends. I'm a type 2 Diabetic since about 1989. I go in and out of control but mostly in control. It is getting easier for me more of the time. I need to be involved and I'm hoping to find involvemnt here. I'm looking forward to finding maybe lectures, fundraisers, whatever activies are offered. If anybody can reach out to me and help me find that here, I really would appreciate that.
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