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"I am happy that you are reading this and that you are a member of the growing TuDiabetes family. Since the community was formed back in early 2007, lots of things have changed. Also since then, lots of new members have joined: we're now nearly…"
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Meeting with the Minimed Rep on Monday, July 23.

Posted on July 19, 2007 at 9:39am 3 Comments

At this point I know I want to try it. I like the Cozmo better as a pump but I really want the all in one pump and CGMS. It seems to be a big deal to do a trial but not to buy the thing with a 30 day money back policy. I can't wait - I really hope it works so we can get a better feel for trends. Every now and again, Sasha complains about feeling low when she is not. I believe her and have to think that she is just droppnig quickly. I'd cross my fingers but it seems to effect my typing!

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Posted on June 29, 2007 at 7:46am 0 Comments

Daughter dxd October 04 (at age 5). Normal story, sleeping, going to the bathroom, drinking like a fish. The pediatrician thought it was a UT infection. I asked for a urine test – with no clue of D - and off we went to the ER. The doctor said, “who would have thought?” I was like, “A doctor? A Pediatrician? I don’t know….. not a Wall St. guy.” Anyway,… Continue

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At 12:48pm on October 24, 2009, Linda G said…

I am happy that you are reading this and that you are a member of the growing TuDiabetes family.
Since the community was formed back in early 2007, lots of things have changed. Also since then, lots of new members have joined: we're now nearly 11,300 members. So, new members and new features means it never hurts to refresh how things work around the community.
How's Sasha as of late?

If you haven't read it, I invite you to take a few minutes to go through our New Member Guide. If you have been a member for a while but have let a little dust accumulate on your TuDiabetes account, you will find it very useful.

If you don't find answers to a question you may have, never hesitate to ask. Click on the Contact Us link at the bottom of any page and one of the members of our Admin team (you can see their faces on the bottom right side of any page) will get back to you shortly.
At 1:09pm on August 5, 2007, Chuck Lin said…
I did check my bg after that video... it was around 120 as I recall. would not want to waste any blood! I might have more videos in the future that educate kids. I have a clay animator friend who is interested in making a cute video to educate diabetes kids.
At 7:37pm on June 30, 2007, Bernard said…
I wouldn't discount Dexcom for CGMS. They recently announced their 2nd generation product. I don't know it compares to the first one. I've had good luck with the Dexcom since starting it in March. Cost is relatively good. Software stinks and form factor is a bit bulky. But it mostly does a great job tracking my numbers.

Neither system is perfect. But I like the lower cost overall of the Dexcom, so I'll stick with it until something MUCH better comes along.
At 2:09pm on June 30, 2007, Penny R. said…
Welcome to the parents of kids with type 1 group.

My son, Riley, is 5 now and was diagnosed at age 3.
At 5:32pm on June 29, 2007, Mama Belle, aka Heidi said…
Hey Mark! Glad you made it over here. Thanks for the add!
At 5:15pm on June 29, 2007, Bernard said…
Hi Mark,

Welcome to TuDiabetes. Thanks for joining the US Northeast group. What type of pump are is your daughter using?

Have you found out about the BD Ultra fine 33 lancets? The smallest on the market, well worth considering.
At 8:16am on June 29, 2007, Lea B said…
Nice to "meet" you Mark!! Thanks for friending me.
At 3:08pm on June 28, 2007, Manny Hernandez said…
Hi, Mark. Welcome aboard!

Good to have you here.
 
 
 

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