Hey how is your weekend going, cheers for being so welcoming. I’m good managed to fit in seeing a couple of bands this week in London. Thanks I like the picture myself amazing how a using the wrong camera settings can create cool effects
I will add my photo Monday when I'm back at work. I've been searching my whole diabetic life for a good support group and have never really found a group that worked. Thanks to the internet I think I might be able to finally find others like me who just want to talk about all this stuff.
Thanks for the welcome note. The "negative" attitude I have about this diabetes mess has been with me for a year now, since I learned that I have diabetes. My diet was already limited because of gastrointestinal problems, and, now with diabetes, it's even limited further. Basically, anything I eat makes me sick, so I just drink Diet Shasta Cola (sweetened with Splenda) and coffee (sweetened with Splenda) and an occasional piece of multi grain bread.
Additionally, as I mention on my page, the metformin that I am taking makes me smell SO bad that I can't even sleep in the same room as my wife. The smell comes out of my pores, my breath, everywhere! I can't even stand being near myself! It's disgusting! Since there's no other medication for people with type 2 diabetes, I'm stuck with this, and, to tell you the truth, it SUCKS. I'm not happy about it at all. I don't know how any amount of encouragement from a peer group will change that. The smell will remain, and I remain isolated from even my own family because of it. Without medical insurance, I'm stuck with what I have, so that's where I am.
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