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nopucksnosticks replied to Shelby Lynn's discussion 'blood sugars and periods...' in the group Diabetes and Women
"Yes...I'm an old geezer into menopause (thank-God) but I still remember the horrible insulin resistance I'd have to work thru each month the 4-5 days before my cycle started. My pump nurse suggested I bump up the basal rates by 10-15% for…"
Sep 19, 2010
nopucksnosticks replied to amy mercer's discussion 'diagnosed as an adult (20 years and up...)' in the group Diabetes and Women
"Love to....it's NFL fantasy league season now so I might be a little slow in responding on Sunday's! Let me know what type of info you are interested in...."
Sep 12, 2010
nopucksnosticks replied to amy mercer's discussion 'diagnosed as an adult (20 years and up...)' in the group Diabetes and Women
"Diagnosed T1 at age 45 after hospitalization for DKA. I'd had a high fasting BS reading a year an a half before in a routine screen, my GP assumed it was T2 and advised I loose weight - which I did after enrolling in a portion control weight…"
Sep 11, 2010
nopucksnosticks replied to Chauncey's discussion 'Nutri System & Weight Loss' in the group Diabetes and Women
"If you are throwing ketones in your urine at high levels it's DEFINATELY bad for your kidneys. I was diagnosed T1 as a result of going DKA. The near death experience and extra kidney function monitoring I undgo as a result of that event makes…"
Sep 11, 2010
nopucksnosticks replied to chisaki's discussion 'BCP and nausea' in the group Diabetes and Women
"me too! hope you continue to feel better...happy friday!"
Sep 10, 2010
nopucksnosticks replied to chisaki's discussion 'BCP and nausea' in the group Diabetes and Women
"Umm...one other thought...you are really young for this but early morning nausea not due to high fasting BS could be due to gallbladder problems."
Sep 9, 2010
nopucksnosticks replied to KimKat's discussion 'Diabetes, Your Feet and Shoes' in the group Diabetes and Women
"I'm not giving up my LL Bean Leopard flip flop slippers...just saying."
Sep 8, 2010
nopucksnosticks commented on amy mercer's group 'Diabetes and Women'
"judith, here is a recipe for menopause tea... The General Menopause Formula, one quart daily, by itself is about 80% effective: 4 c. boiling water Add: 1-3 t. black cohosh (use the smaller amount if it causes a headache) 1-3 t. licorice…"
Sep 8, 2010
nopucksnosticks replied to Hope's discussion 'TAG references?' in the group TAGgers UNITED
"My guess is that the connection between carbs and insulin control was established so firmly within the medical community at an early stage of diabeties treatment (hence the old "glycemic index" information that is referenced by every crazy…"
Sep 8, 2010
nopucksnosticks replied to Trish's discussion 'Does anyone have a hard time controlling there diabetes due to their menstrual cycle???' in the group Diabetes and Women
"As I am post menopausal I no longer suffer the crazy hormonal monthly spike in my BS however, just like everybody who is T1 I do struggle with insulin resistance from time to time. recently my husband developed a heart condition not related to…"
Sep 8, 2010
nopucksnosticks commented on NDXC's blog post 'internship'
"Congratulations on advancing with your program! Just want you to know I'm not currently a vegitarian...farm and butcher up the street, yum. Nothing wrong with the veggie thing but take my advice - if something has been created by your host…"
Jul 20, 2010
nopucksnosticks commented on Mario's blog post 'Problem with arms numb'
"Your post went a long way to attaching positive thoughts to my PT...after yesterday's session I'm back on the pain pills. I'll let the little terror know she might be right. Hope things improve for you soon."
Jul 20, 2010
nopucksnosticks replied to Varena's discussion 'Is it dangerous not treating a 60 ?'
"Yikes. Co-worker who is in training to be an EMT notes that a BG below 60 in an unconcious patient is an automatic ride to the hospital and a big hit of dextrose on the way. keep some rescue food next to the bed. tablets, candy, etc...and remember…"
Jul 19, 2010
nopucksnosticks replied to Christine's discussion 'Correction factors' in the group Omnipod Users
"Everything I've experienced including hormonal issues indicates that Brad's recommendation to alter the basal when you get into this pattern is the solution...good luck!"
Jul 19, 2010
nopucksnosticks commented on NDXC's blog post 'internship'
"Diabetes is all about you and your good habits. Unless he is a disorganized mess, he should appreciate your proposing a schedule that prevents BG issues. I was raised by 7th day adventists - longest lived population in the U. S. and all vegitarian.…"
Jul 19, 2010
nopucksnosticks commented on Mario's blog post 'Problem with arms numb'
"So...I went to physical therapy today and posed your sysmptoms with my PT and she said it's common nowadays for folks who spend alot of time at a keyboard to develop shoulder issues that relate to rounding your shoulders forward, which can…"
Jul 19, 2010

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Date diagnosed
April 5, 2003
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8.6
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Pump
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minimed paradiem 522
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At 8:28pm on July 2, 2010, Jim Roach said…
Welcome to Tudiabetes Nopucksnosticks!
At 8:39pm on June 21, 2010, The Diabetic Welfare Queen said…
Nice to see ya here, too. :)
At 8:26am on June 19, 2010, Kelly Rawlings said…
Hi, nice to meet you. There are quite a few symlin users here. Check out Administrator Scott, who has mentioned nice weight loss and better A1Cs. I keep thinking about symlin, but haven't gone there yet. I think I'm going to get a cgm first and see how I do with that.
At 12:14am on June 13, 2010, Lorraine said…
You might find the group TAGers interesting.

http://www.tudiabetes.org/group/tagers
At 9:06pm on June 12, 2010, Linda G said…
Welcome to the Patchwork No Puck No Sticks!

Take a peek at some the groups when you get a chance. Just go to the top of your page, and click on "Groups". Once in, you can either peruse the wide array of available groups....or simply type a specific interest in the space provided. Take in some of the blogs/discussions as well.
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At 7:56pm on June 11, 2010, Doris D said…
Glad to do it!!! We all need someone at these times. Me? I've been a Type 1 since I was 10 years old and now I'm 47. YOU CAN DO THIS! My husband married me knowing I was a Type 1 and now we have a Type 1 daughter who is the mom to all 3 kids you see in my pics. Those are my grandkids! The baby will turn 5 months old on the 19th! My other 2 granddaughters are 3 1/2 (almost 4 ) and the other one turned 2 in April!
At 10:00am on June 11, 2010, Doris D said…
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