Brigitte's Blog – January 2010 Archive (1)

How can I start a new years with bad news about my old friend (or ennemy), my diabetes?

I made a wish for the new year : please can I have a good year with my diabetes? not too much sugar in my blood, a good A1C. And I made a big "analyse" of blood and my Endo said to me that my "creatinine " was not well and that she doesn't understand why because my "microalbuminurie" is good... Do you drink enough, she asked me two days ago. I can spend a morning without a drink of water or tea. So she sent me an "ordonnance" to remake my analyse in 2 months, with A1C, creatinine and urée. I… Continue

Added by Brigitte on January 6, 2010 at 7:20am — 2 Comments

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