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I'm new in the app! Anyone lives nearby?.
Living with type 1 diabetes since 2001.
Ejido Maclovio Rojas, MEX
Hey guys, who lives near by? I have had diabetes for 16years
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hi every one . I am in need of test strips very badly. no insurance coverage for 7 more months. am currently testing up to 15 times a day due to not feeling highs and lows very well at all. using one
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.
For those that take insulin with your meals, how do you go about taking it when you're out at a restaurant or other social gatherings? Do you take it out in front of everyone or do you try to find a secluded spot to take it? How does it make you feel when you take it, knowing people are curious?
How likely is it to have a type 1 kid? I want to have kids but I feel like they are doomed to have type 1 like me. Do you have kids? Do any have T1 too?
Are we allowed to ask or offer pump supplies on here?
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.
Hey guys, I have had diabetes for almost 2 years I'm 16 now and I am over weight . I need support where i dont have any atm i dont live with my family have type 2 diabetes and it's caused by Pcos .
What insulin do the type 1s out there use? I've always used novolog (used to use levemir and novolog before pumping), but curious what others use and why? What's the fastest acting insulin out there?
I hate having diabetes more than anyone will ever know. No one can see it but it rules ur life 24 hours a day
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?
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