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So i just got a cgm and love it but i was wondering if there is anything i can do to reduce post meal spikes. Ive tried giving insulin 15-60 min before a meal, but still does not help. Any suggestions
Hi everyone. Does anyone know what could cause pancreas to start producing insulin in sufficient manner after 11 years of T1? Since 35days now, I've stop insulin injections.
Hi there. Looking for a mentor/friend for my 12 yr old. Diagnosed 2 yrs ago with type one diabetes and has lost confidence and could use some warm coaching or sop port. Dan be a tween or teen via phone and skype. Thank you
Any of you have used the dexcom or freestyle flash? which problems did you find? thank you
How do u guys correct before going to sleep? For example im 192 now about to go to sleep. Im using novoRapid and lantus and it always scares me to correct before bed so i wont get a hypo while sleeping
21y/o type 1 for 11 years if you have questions ask me, cause i've been through it ALL! a lot of people answering are giving the wrong info or grouping type 1 and type 2 together.
I have a brand new Medtronic pump, CGM and sensors - I hated a pump... Would love to give it to someone!!
Just a quick question to the type 1 diabetics. How long after a hypo does it take a person to get back to normal. My boyfriend had one 2 weeks ago and I think I'm pushing him a little.
I started Juicing in Feb. 2013 and in Sept. was told I was no longer diabetic. So I asked the Dr. Was he sure and he said Yes. So I was confused and shocked, so I asked him do I need to continue testing and his response was No you don't need to test at all. Months later & I'm confused. Not sure.
I cannot afford my insulin anymore. I have Lantus pens to trade for Novolog or Humalog vials/pens. Any help is appreciated!
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