That is super awesome !! I'm very happy to see that you are able to keep it moving at the transplant. You are a very strong individual !!!
I enjoy talking about my diabetes to people. I feel people are timid or cautious about there approach when they inquire or have something to say regarding my diabetes. But I'm open about it and always ready to speak about my experiences and current state.
Because of my diabetes I know how to carb count and now make very healthy choices for my meals. I eat a lot of raw fruit and veggies.
Don't get me misunderstood I still go to fast food restaurants and consume sodas from time to time but I am definitely making efforts to eliminate that out of my diet as much as I can. Just doesn't do well with me. Also portion control. I have been trying to have more self control and not pig out on my meals and intake a less amount of carbs in one sitting; overall lowering the amount of insulin I intake per day.
For the past two years I have been living in Los Angeles and now that I am back in southeast MISSOURI I have to establish a primary car and endocrinologist. I found one in sikeston so I think I will go there and try them out. I figured though if I want to find a good endo I have to travel to cape or saint louis, mo.
I want an endo who has the machine to check my a1c in less than several minutes and has many nurses on staff who help assist and that are nice and welcoming.
This is a little over the top but I like endos who have dietitians and nutritionist that affiliate with the doc.
While I was in Los Angeles I saw a doctor at UCLA and received superb care