"i go through 18 glucagons a month, sometimes more. i have hypoglycemia unawareness and have been using these to treat only if necessary. i have also had paramedics in my house 2-3 times a week. the glucagons make me sick for days, but then again the…"
"sorry for taking so long to get back to you sr, it has been very busy around here. I have been having some very severe lows and living on glucagon shots. They had written to the state of ohio the first time, and the doctor signed for me to keep…"
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"i was fired from rite aid for being unable to maintain my blood sugars. several rescue squad episodes that were caused by not being able to take a break and get a juice or something to eat. i warned them when i was hired that i had unawareness and…"
i have 3 children and have been married for 20 years as of june 7, 2011. struggle everyday with unawareness and severe depression. hope that the kids do not have to get this disease. my dad has type two diabetes. i have an insulin pump.
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