"Well things are good in my corner and I am doing well. So how about you and your corner? Hope all is well with you and life is treating you good. I have not gotten one yet, came across some insurance and money things so will get one soon."
"Well hello, sorry it has been so long. Happy that things are getting better for you and hopefully it all turned out well and hope that doc understands that a pump is good and not bad. So have you got one yet as I am not yet a pumper and have had…"
How have things been going for you? Did you ever get in to see the doc and all that fun stuff, and get all the exams done. What is the latest on the pump status. I know I haven't written much for a few months so you may have to…"
"I did a fast once for another reason but one peace of advice is once you are into your fast for some time (or you are on a real empty stomach), you may not need as much insulin to cover a high. Since I was taking shots I was using a sliding scale…"
Sorry it took me so long to get back to you, been busy. I will agree with you on what you get from this site. discussions, blogs and help are great. It does beat going to the doc for all my questions."
"it has to be the forum, blogs, and discussions. more information (both good and bad) exchanges around here than in a thousand doctor visits. once in a while I get to help somebody out and that makes me feel good too. What about you?"
Things are alright :)
I finally went to see a new doc but when i first mentioned me wanting to get a pump he just answered with a big fat NO, I was really mad at him & annoyed. Anywayz my dad told me that we'll look for another one. But on the other hand that same doc did some modifications to the amounts of insulins i take & my BGs have been much better since.
I finished all the exams a little over 2 months ago & my results are coming out in 2 days (im soooooo worriedd)
How did everything go with your insurance & the pump stuff? A pumper yet??
it has to be the forum, blogs, and discussions. more information (both good and bad) exchanges around here than in a thousand doctor visits. once in a while I get to help somebody out and that makes me feel good too. What about you?
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