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I struggle with control and have never had A1c's as low as yours so I don't know if I have any good advice. I've been lucky enough not to have complications directly attributable to the T1d. Are you on OmniPod? Do you have a DexCom. If you're on the O'pod I can suggest a couple of ideas that I think are helping me. You might look for my other comments too. How do you deal with Medicare or are you on it yet?
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