"ACTUALLY IM IN ALABAMA LOWER PARTS CLOSE TO THE FLORIDA STATE LINE. IT IS A SMALL CITY, LAID BACK YOU KNOW. COOL THAT YOU'RE TAKING A CLASS, I NEVER GOT TO TAKE ONE WHEN I WAS DX, AND STILL NEVER HAVE BEEN OFFERED ONE. I HOPE IT WORKS OUT FOR…"
"same here my bs was 1190 and had just got to the point were it was getting hard to walk. them sprites will do it to you because i had one also on there way there since it was a 1 hr drive. bad thing is the next room in the er had a guy that hit 900…"
"i do believe they will grow back, but if it is a going problem docs usually put some kind of chemical on it to stop the growth and it never comes back. which takes care of the problem since it doesnt grow back."
"so do they usually cut the sides out when you have this problem. my cousin had the same problem and he was not a diabetic, and they had to finally remove his toe nai. he kelp getting infections over and over."
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"there is a lot of people out there that doesnt have diabetes that goes through that, and had to get there toe nails removed. so not saying it is the diabetes or not the diabetes, but since you have diabetes be careful with those toes. if you feel…"
"NOW I HAVE HEARD THAT ONE SO MANY TIME AND I SAID THE SAME THING. I WAS LIKE I GUESS ALL DIABETICS LOOK EITHER SICKLY OR A FEW 1000LBS IN PEOPLES MIND. IT IS SO CRAZY THAT MOST OF THE NATION AND WORLD KNOW NOTHING ABOUT IT."
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