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Anybody have a hard time when finding out complications are becoming a reality to their lives. recently diagnosed of Gasteoparisis. I'm having a hard time accepting it
Living with type 1 diabetes since 1999.
I try to be thankful for what I have. The stress & worry can get your blood sugars messed up. Stay positive!
Living with type 1 diabetes since 1991.
It's so hard when diabetes starts to take over the body causing such awful problems. I too can relate. Just try to push forward to manage the complications. All the best.
I was diagnosed with gastroparesis 8-21-14. It's the hardest thing I've ever been through. I've been in hospital 3 weeks out of the last month. Missing classes but keeping up in college.
I just had an NG tube placed but it was unbearable. So they took it out. I'm having a Picc put in tomorrow. How I learned to accept it was I cried for a good hour and decided to look at it as my next
Battle. I say to myself I can do this I will get through this! Though it's so hard some days I have a goal to get through this and I try to stay positive and know that someday I'll figure it out!
Living with type 1 diabetes since 2002.
What symptoms do you have? I think i might be getting that.
Living with type 1 diabetes since 1973.
I was diagnosed with gastroparesis many years ago. I don't have any problems with it now. It probably sounds stupid but I do fine as long as I drink as much water as they recommend for anyone.
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