All Blog Posts Tagged 'new' (23)

Psychiatrist visit on Tuesday September 16th

Well not only am I on 600 mg of Seroquel, an atypical antipsychotic, that is know to raise blood sugars, but I have been put on a temporary dose of Zyprexa, 5 mg, for up to two weeks. He's hoping just a week so I don't get a bad effect on my blood glucose. It was added to pull me back out of a bad mixed episode state that has been going on for over a week and the fact that I have not been sleeping hardly at all. I would get maybe an hour or two of sleep. Not good for a bipolar.



My… Continue

Added by Cherise on September 17, 2008 at 8:14pm — No Comments

I'm new here

Hi. I'm new here. Type 2. I've been through pretty much all the diabetes meds there are and am now on insulin and boy, this is a life changing event. I found this website looking for medical alert jewelry and noticed how respectful people are when reading the forum.

I know little about insulin because I attempted blood sugar control over the years through diet mostly and the medications that I've had a lot of trouble tolerating.

Last week things went out of control (bg over 400) and I… Continue

Added by Chris on May 12, 2008 at 9:42am — 2 Comments

Facebook Applications

I'm excited and wanted to share. I just created my first Facebook application. It's called What Would You Do?. It's just a little bit of fun and doesn't take much time to play or add to a profile.



What I find interesting about Facebook, tudiabetes, diabetesfriends.net and other social places is that they are starting to open up and let people not just communicate with each other, but also to work together.



While my app is… Continue

Added by Eric on February 25, 2008 at 2:51pm — 2 Comments

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