Thanks for the welcome. Actually started an insulin pump club here in Boise, ID but it didn't take off so just looking for new friends, support (giving and receiving), and advice (I'm a CDE) as needed or wanted. Looking forward to networking and meeting new folks with my 'condition'. Never a disability!!!
Thanks for the welcome Patti. I've got lots of questions, but have already decided that I'm LADA Type 1.5. That really only helps psychologically. Also have decided it's time for an Endocrinologist. Feeling pretty good today and hope you are too. Gordon
Hi Patti, sorry I'm late in responding to your last post. Been kinda busy with hubby. He was in the hospital last week for Pancreastitis. He's home now and on the mend but will have to have followup visits with drs. It's possible he will have to have Gall Bladder out. They seem to think that's what's causing the Pancreastitis. I'm doing well...we take turns at getting attention LOL.
I am doing very well... thank for asking! Hope that you are well too... we are getting ready to kick off our ADA Walk campaign for this year and we are shooting photos of locals living with the big D today for the campaign materials...
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