"You very lucky I would only see my endo about every 4-6 mths and I thought that not too bad i only need about 10 -20 min sessions he pretty knoeledgeable just checat takes neesles it had to me thk numers of bgr and then print bllod tests to check my…"
"HI all im i australia middle aged female who wears haring aids
i hate that the batteries dont last long and when u get sinuse and your ears are more blocked and when i do voluntary worka nd want to really feel like part of the colleagues you cant…"
"Hi im not yet 35 and new in this group cant believe people have had iabetes for over 60 yeard and join us on computer u must be wise anway imgoing to see my diabetes educar this arvo and im not worried bout my nimbers but still i guess is precaution…"
Hi Naz, Welcome to tu diabetes. Sorry that you have a reason to be here. Great site, thanks for being my friend, I have very mixed feelings about computers so I may be a flaky online friend. Well intentioned though. Sorry that you have an overzealous and somewhat misdirected immune system. Goddess knows life is enough trials and tribulations without all the extras that come along with any chronic dis-ease. Peace Thomas
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