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Hi guys, I'm in desperate need of...any meters
Living with type 2 diabetes.
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Upgraded to the Dexcom G5 I have my Dexcom G4 W/ Share Transmitter (only) available for someone. Started using it late Aug so there is good amount of life left in it. Looking for $100 plus shipping.
Hi everyone, I'm looking to get a new pump (currently using OmniPod, not happy with performance). Any recommendations or info on t-slim g4 or animas vibe?
Let me know it's you and if you can help me out thank you all so much!!!!!!!
In desperate need of a bottle of insulin in Seattle Washington, Ballard area! We can pay to replace! Bottles were left on vacation!
I have been been getting really low blood sugar (around the 50s) ever since I came back to college a week and a half ago. I'm usually in class when it starts to happen or really far away from my dorm. Also I eat a healthy well balanced breakfast and lunch. The only thing is that I have to walk a lot since it is a really big campus. It is really scaring me. Does anyone have any opinions on what can help me?
I have 3 boxes of dexcom sensors and 4 boxes of omni pods for sale due to switching products ... if interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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
DESPERATE for pump supplies! either silhouette or quick set infusion sets. no insurance and I've been trying to sell anything of value on Craigslist to come up with the money for them, but no luck!
Vomitting.extreme nause. Large ketones. Fruity/acetone breath. Mom won't call doc, thinks it's my fault. Haven't eaten besides some steak and water for 2 days. Pee a lot and lost about 7 pounds. Help
My husbands birthday is coming up and we are going for dinner then he and our friends may venture elsewhere. My question is if you go out how do you explain the diabetes kit? Do bouncers even care? (Needles, lancets etc)