Twiddlemthumbs's Blog Posts Tagged 'frost' (3)

Long live VICTOZA here comes BYDUREON(exenatide)

Last Wednesday I went to see the diabetic specialist for my 6 monthly review blood test came back blood sugars 8.5 last time 7.5 so not good news victoza has given up the ghost with me when I first stated on victoza I lost 2 stone in 6 months and thought as you do great stuff keep it up and soon be down to 15 stone I was 19 and felt so ill and depressed I was expecting a right rocket from the doctor for if I am really honest I have not tried very hard in fact the past 6 months has been hell…

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Added by twiddlemthumbs on January 31, 2012 at 8:30am — 1 Comment

Why are BANANAS yellow

Not sure what day it is some days I wake up bright as a spark the other like a light bulb with a burnt out filerment,apoloise at the beginning for my awful spelling spell checker does not want to work on this forum,back to this morning it is 8.08 am so time for my victoza dosage here goes..........done might as well take my morning medication 13 pills for heart failure prostrate and now the prize winner this year of Gout not goat which I feel like like right now,i am sure I can feel 2 horns…

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Added by twiddlemthumbs on December 30, 2010 at 8:30am — No Comments

Thoughts on a cold and frosty Novembers morning

All come all ye faithful, the scene outside with every where covered in frost is real Christmassy just footprints of a cat otherwise you could be forgiven there are thousands of souls living near by, smudge ventured out but within 10 minutes was meowing and scratching the back door to come back in, she now wants petting and feeding in and out of my legs leading me to her cupboard where she knows breakfast is kept, OK smudge what do you fancy this morning chicken in gravy tuna or lamb with…

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Added by twiddlemthumbs on November 16, 2010 at 12:21am — 1 Comment

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