Sorry about not replying right back. I went to the clinic and there were very helpful about teaching the proper way to fill up the Syringes without getting air in it. So I am a learning the ropes. Take care of your selfs.It always help when someone is helping you.
I've got Dee (NZ Roche Pump Manager) on to it now and she is getting in touch with the software developers to see if she can sort it out. If I still don't have any luck. I'll get on to Jake.
OMG it was one hell of a rollarcoaster and I had Amarie the whole time yesterday a little later the non listening one (Savannah) came over I told my daughter to take BOTH of them home last night. I felt so bad.
Brett done it. I practily begged him last night to light up our state and he DID! YEAH!!!! He came to my page and ask me if he done it right and I went over to the map and there it was TN light up like a Christmas tree! So proud finally I got ppl to get the state light up. Many thanks to him
Thanks Hon, yes it hurts. I am up to I believe #6 on the Laser. Going on #7 soon. Thanks for your message....I do okay before and during...it is afterwards I get such pain in my temple area. Drugs?? Oh YES!! LOL Just wanted you to know I have a fear of the dentist too...hate to go. I have had a few molars pulled in the last few years. I love my dentist, he is very kind and gentle. Know how you feel. Hope you are doing well. Love ya sweet lady!
Had one heck of a day. Got up this morning (if you can call it that) and was waaaaaay low. After fighting it for 1 hour decided I might better take a gluagon shot. Went from like 22 to 366 in no time. After I get that right my daughter comes over and want's to go get a chilla to bread with cane (our dog) we get her after 5 hours and stopping by to see my g-mother. Then we go to Rayn's and eat. This is trueflly the 1st time I've gotten on here for any period of time. Was on here this morning for like 30 minutes then............
I'm glad your back to Marie now. It does take a toll out dosen't it? Just do what the Dr said and you will be ok.
Hi Marie, I can't remember if I answered your e-mail welcoming me to TuDiabetes, my son got sick on 2/11 and died on 2/19. I am a mess to say the least, but I remeimbered I had joined this group to get a grip on my diabetes. Since Joshua got sick and since his passing my bs have been good. I had started counting carbs just prior to this. I have a question, Seagator, referred me to you, is there a group for members that have lost loved ones? I am leaving for Ga. in the early morning, so I may have to respond upon my return next week.
Hello. I hate to bother you but I have a question. After a year of my BG being somewhat level. this last 6 week they have bounced around like a yoyo. I have had several situations that were challeging to eat properly but those days it seemed to be stable. Now I am 130 in the morning and 105 at night then 151 in morning and 140 at night then 105 in morning and 135 at night. All the while I am going nuts to eat right. Does spring and weather change make this stuff go nuts or what?
I didn't have a webcam on my computer but Pete just bought me one and is gonna install it for me. I am really gonna miss him. I feel bad cuz we had planned to have a graduation party for him sometime in the weeks after Christmas but it is the time I was so sick. He said not to worry about it but did it for my other boys and he deserves the same. Now I guess it will be graduation and going away party too.
Glad to know you are rid of that darn molar. Yep, soft food and lots of ice. When I was small, my Mom will give me lots of ice cream after a tooth extraction! LOL I'm allergic to anesthesia and pain relievers =( Did you keep the tooth for souvenir? LOL Just kidding =)
I do hope you will feel better soon...
Reed is the information source for all things about you. He is great at it because he, like all of us, care about you so dearly. It sounds like it may not have been as easy for you as I had hoped. But as you said -- the worst is over. Take it easy today and keep the ice packs on there. Today should be all about your needs and nothing else.
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