Hi Terri, Came across ur page,, You know sometimes the endo might change your med a couple of times.. I am on my 6th med.. It works good for me i take Janumet and Glimpiride.. My suger is regulated now. It is nice to read ur page good look.
Hi Terrie, have you tryed ALA? My Diebetic Dr. asked me that, I hadn't but i went to my health food store and asked there. he had a paper on it. it takes the paine out of your legs and feet. Takes about 30 days to work. it worked for me.
Just woke up so this may make no sence but I had my tubes tied ans burned after my 2nd one. I was NOT gonna sepnd another 4th of July pregnate again. When I turned 40 though I wanted another because my kids were growong up. Oh well to late yhen at 43 my daudhter had my granddaughter! It's great! She's the first grandkid on either side of her family so needless to say she's so rotten that all the salt in all the oceans souldn't save her! HA!
I must be having a better day today. I'm really sorry about the other day but both you and Becky caught me in one of my moods. The ppl around here caught it too, sorry for them. I have a nine month old granddaughter who had wore me down. God for an ounce of that energy....... I heard my mom say that about my kids and now I know what she meant! HA! I know your proun of your 3 kids. I'm really proud of my 2 girls. One is already a CNA and has my granddaughter and my other one graduates next year. She really don't know what she's gonna do after she gets out of school. She thinks her boyfriend will do it for her I guess. Kids what can you say?
I used to have my mom do that for me but she passed away 3 years ago. My dad has remarried this woman who is really no help and only calls if she needs something. My dad never did make sure I was ok and now really don't. My youngest will be leaving home next year and then it will be only my husband and myself. He's had 2 heart attacks and has a really bad back sometimes he can't even walk little lone take care of me. I guess it is just losing my support network that is really bothering me.
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