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At 6:28pm on July 4, 2012, Linda G said…

At 7:28am on March 30, 2012, Kristen Marie said…

Oh wow, I'm so sorry to hear about your son. How is he coping? My prayers are with you and your family. If you ever need anything, let me know. Glad to hear Mary is doing well.
Take care
Kristen

At 10:33am on March 1, 2012, Kristen Marie said…

Hello!
How are things? Give me an update! Hopefully a good one. How's Mary & yourself?
Hope to hear from you soon :]

Kristen

At 1:49pm on January 21, 2012, Kristen Marie said…

Hello! Happy late birthday and tell Mary happy birthday today for me!! Its good to hear that Mary isnt having much pain anymore. Keepin her blood sugars in good control? awesome! I'm still having some problems... I take care of it, but not 100%. My depression is still getting in the way. :[

At 8:27am on January 17, 2012, Kristen Marie said…

How are you? I haven't talked to you in a while. i hope all is going well. Please keep in touch :]

At 7:00am on January 13, 2012, Kate's Mom said…

I feel the same...the only thing predictable about T1 is that it is unpredictable! Just hooked up the mySentry...so far so good! More details tomorrow!

At 2:23pm on January 9, 2012, Kate's Mom said…

Kate's dx was Dec. 20, 2010 so we are only one year into this battle. How long have you all been dealing with T1?

At 7:08am on January 5, 2012, Kristen Marie said…

Hey Kellee!
How are you? I hope you had good holidays! Mine were pretty good as well. I got to be with a lot of family that I haven't seen in a while. It was really nice. Plus I ate so much I thought I was going to explode!!! Hows Mary doing today? I hope she is doing alright & I hope she enjoyed her holidays! Did Santa come? :] Give me an update of how everything is going!

<3 Kristen

At 8:27am on December 23, 2011, Beth said…

Merry Christmas

At 2:15pm on December 14, 2011, Kristen Marie said…
How are you? I haven't heard from you ins while. Hope you and Mary are doing alright. 
At 6:42pm on December 1, 2011, Kristen Marie said…
Wow... I can't believe you are doing all of that while trying to manage your children's health.  You are one amazing woman!! They told me I had thyroid issues about a year and a half ago, but I guess I don't anymore. Kinda weird.  I hope Mary will be okay.  She's got me worrying over here!! She's too young to be dealing with some of the same things I am. Is she dealing with these issues well? 
I'm doing alright. I am unfortunately in a lot of pain, but what can I do? I'm trying to manage it all in my head and I'm getting close to my breaking point. I just got an apartment with my boyfriend yesterday so along with that come a little stress. I hope everything works out.

Kristen
At 7:16am on December 1, 2011, Kristen Marie said…

Yikes!!! I hope things with Mary start looking better. Shes having some odd symptoms huh? Have they said anything about the pigment discoloration? Please keep me updated. Thanks for your love and support. I really appreciate it.

At 7:19am on November 29, 2011, Kristen Marie said…

Hello!!! I just returned from the Mayo Clinic this past Tuesday night. We were supposed to come home last Friday, but there were a lot more tests that they had to do so I sadly had to stay. I'm just glad that it is over with!! I was sooo happy to be home... Some of the tests were not very pleasant. It was very hard on me physically and emotionally. The out come is that I have Autonomic Neuropathy due to my diabetes. The good news is that we discovered that one of my medications that I take for sleep caused my gastroparisis. So I no longer have that issue!! One less thing to cross off of my list! the only things I am worrying about now is keeping my diabetes under control and dealing with the extreme pains of my neuropathy. The clinic suggested an impatient Pain Management Program. Thats another 3 weeks that I would have to spend in Mayo Clinic. I'm still waiting on some tests results so I will let you know of any updates. How is Mary doing? Well i hope. Much love

Kristen

At 3:38pm on November 10, 2011, Jennifer said…

I am so glad that ya got it and it is working out.. yes, I find it is always innacurate til day 3.. hence the consistent checks I do with meter.. but, it is a good way to check what is going on and give you an idea..I am glad she is liking it and can manage better..Did you get the monitor for her at night.. it will make your life easier.. and my friend told me that she has a monitor with a camera so she can see her daughter.. which to me is great, because sometimes you might not hear anything but she may be sick or what not and not able to speak or whatever and you might be able to help her faster.. just an idea ;)...well, if you need any further advice just let me know.. so glad to hear of success..

At 7:32am on November 10, 2011, Kristen Marie said…

Hello :]
Yikes... That's no good that Mary is having pains. You know, it may be nerve pain? I'm starting to think she is experiencing what I am. Its on and off pain and no matter what blood tests or physicals I have, nothing ever comes up as to why I am in pain at all! Hope she feels better soon. My prayers are with her and your family :]

At 9:36am on November 8, 2011, Rob Muller, Roche Diabetes Care said…
Hello MarysMom! Welcome to the Accu-Chek users group. I'm Rob Muller, and I work for Roche. This user group is a great resource filled with very helpful folks. Let me know if there is anything I can help you with.
Have a good day.

Rob
At 7:32am on November 5, 2011, Jodil said…
Hi Marysmom,

I am doing well. We have probably decided on going with the minimed pump since we don't feel that omnipod offers good support. I may only be going on it in January as during the Christmas break trainers leave on holiday and we need 4-6 weeks for the training and my husband is going away in November for 1 week so that is not a good time as well in case of emergency he is the only other person who gives my son his shot.

Hope all is well with you and Mary. Ps...What is your first name (I always call you Marysmom).

Be well,

Jodi
At 11:20pm on November 4, 2011, Jennifer said…
So glad to hear that she got the approval for the CGM that will help you tremendously..let me know how it goes!
At 6:22am on November 3, 2011, Kristen Marie said…
I'm glad that she is loving the new pump! That's great to hear! I would assume that the pains are due to high blood sugars, but ya never know. She feels okay when her numbers are good right? I have my numbers in check and I am still in pain! :[ But thats why I'm going to Mayo clinic in less than 2 weeks!!
At 1:28pm on November 1, 2011, Robyn said…
Just wanted to say hello and hope all is well. xo

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