"He actually has one. Unfortunately he sleeps through it when it goes off. I know we will get through this. It just gets very stressful at times. Every spring we start having more pproblems getting his BG in control. I'm just scared one of these…"
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Mar 13, 2012
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July 15, 1992
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My husband has been diabetic since 1992. He is uncontrolled and has hypoglycemic unawreness. He is very sensitive to any activity, so he bottoms out way too often. I'm scared I'm going to loose him due to the # of times I've found him with a BG of 30. HELP
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