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I don't have a lot of support at home .... Wondering how to get myself In check. Type 1 for almost 15 years. I'm an ignoring type 1! Lots of guilt.

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22 Answers
Living with type 1 diabetes since 2001.
Alexandra Hills, AUS
Hi**** I'm the same. Easier to ignore it and pretend it's not there! Plus I function completely normal on high sugars (my last A1C was 14). After 13 years (and beginnings of kidney problems, slight

Living with type 1 diabetes since 2001.
Alexandra Hills, AUS
ly numb toes and early cataracts) I've decided to finally get myself under control. So far so good. The last month my average sugars have come down to 13mmol

Little Mountain, AUS
Hey there. Been there! My advice, admit you stuffed up and promise yourself (and eyes kidneys nerves feet hands gut) that you are going to make a change. Book in to see your educator and ask for some h

Little Mountain, AUS
Help. Even if you go back to square one and start over. Who cares? You will feel so much better

Little Mountain, AUS
And as you see results you will be so proud of yourself and keep fighting. You can do it!! My Hba1c used to be 15mmol+

Little Mountain, AUS
Now I'm down to 7.4%mmol which is about 56? I dunno. It can be done!

Long Beach, NY
Get yourself into a dietician or diabetic educator. My children got me 101 Best Foods for Diabetics book for Christmas. I'm type 2. A1c was 17. Got it to 6.4 by March. You can do it.

Long Beach, NY
Your whole body will thank you. Being diabetic, especially type 1 is a full time job.

Grand Rapids, MI
Thanks everyone. I'm on really good health. Function with highs like a "normal" person. I figure I'm a freak of nature but I'm sure my time is coming. It's a mind game. Just gotta find myself. Can't

Grand Rapids, MI
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