My First Endo Appointment since my Diagnosis 5.6 from 10.7

I had my first endo appointment yesterday and found out that my A1c went from 10.7 to 5.6 from July 18th to Nov.12 Everyone was shocked and they asked me if I am ready for the pump. I have decided to think about it and they gave me some info but, I am going to stick with shots for now. I took info on the minimed and omnipod. Thanks to all those who have answered all my questions and all of the forums thus far. I could not have done it all without the support of my family and my TuDiabetes family.

Thanks,

Ron

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Comment by Preta on November 13, 2008 at 10:33am
Congratulations Ron! Good Luck in the future! We all need it, but TuDiabetes has your back.
Comment by Marie B on November 13, 2008 at 10:56am
This is great news. Way to go, Ron!
Comment by Kristin on November 13, 2008 at 11:04am
Congratulations!! We're celebrating with you!!!
Comment by Andreina Davila on November 13, 2008 at 12:41pm
This is great! Thanks for sharing!
Comment by debb on November 13, 2008 at 12:49pm
that is fantastic. you have worked really hard.
Comment by Dee Meloche on January 23, 2009 at 5:59am
Ron,Good job on reducing your A1c.Did you do that on injections?You must have worked very hard.My A1c used to be in the 8's but since I started pumping it has gone down to 6.7.I feel on top of the world.If I think about it hard enough I could cry.I been pumping since February of 2008.It's hard to believe it has been a year almost.I almost feel that I was born with the pump attached to me.I hope you are doing well.

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