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Ok, I admit it. I'm a diabetic noob. Am I also in denial that I have yet to resign myself to sticking myself regularly for testing? Hell, I hate it when others stick me! Must I now do it myself??!!
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
I've been wearing my Dexcom for about three months now just wondering if any other adults have had luck placing in a spot other than the abdomen?
My a1c is 8. I've only had diabetes for 3 yrs. I don't know how much damage I may have caused, But I have leg pain a lot (my endo asked about leg pain but I said no ... I was scared) what could it be?
Has anyone else noticed that your blood sugar goes up while you are sleeping. I will often go to sleep with my blood sugar in the 80s and wake up in the high 100s to low 200s
Hi. I was recently diagnosed with type 1. I'm in the hospital now because my blood sugar hit extremely high levels.I'm freaking out a bit because I hate needles.if anyone has any ideas, let me know!!!
Hi guys, I'm in desperate need of... a Medtronic pump I can US for the weekend, child's stopped working thought it was getting shipped out and was suppose to be her today but now not until Monday
D-Veterans, would you support newly diagnosed community members via our 1:1 chat? Follow this post and we'll match you with someone in your area
In desperate need of a bottle of insulin in Seattle Washington, Ballard area! We can pay to replace! Bottles were left on vacation!
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