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Why are people with diabetes more prone to infections?
Winter Garden, FL
Yes very much so, be careful of your feet and legs.....
Living with type 2 diabetes.
Not sure exactly why. But it's part of having diabetes
Yeah feet and legs always careful off but had like lots of infections this year already
Something with out immune system being weakened and poor blood circulation.
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I have extra supplies, insulin pumps and CGMs. See list for details: Dexcom G4 receiver, Dexcom G5 receiver, Omnipod pump and four boxes of Omnipods (exp 9/28/2018), Medtronic 523, Medtronic 723. Let me know if you are interested, shoot me an offer. Thanks
Does anyone have an old CGM that they would be willing to sell or gift. I am stuck in that insurance/income limbo where I can't get the CGM or afford to buy one...ty for your time.
My insurance won't cover two expensive purchases within a certain amount of time. I want a CGM but need a pump. Do any pumps have CGM's in them or am I just wishing too hard?
I cannot afford my insulin anymore. I have Lantus pens to trade for Novolog or Humalog vials/pens. Any help is appreciated!
If anybody is looking for a t1 pen pal for their child/teen please contact me. We have a program through T1D Mod Squad where we match kids up!
in desperate need of lantus pens or vials. I can trade hundreds of syringes. only have two days left no way to get samples or discounts
Hi all! I'm looking for a Medtronic 723 pump with firmware version 2.4A or lower. Used, but in good working order is all I need. Willing to pay for pump and shipping and any supplies you have! Thanks
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?
Feel like the worst m in the world right now! Let my husband take the kids to dinner and a movie, gave my 7 yr old her insulin... 3 hrs later it was at 'high' rechecked and it was at 541! Feel like crap! Didn't calculate her carbs that well! :(
My son was recently diagnosed (2 weeks ago) with T1D... He is 11 and is currently the only child in his K-8 elementary school... Any words of wisdom for a new dad with a son with T1D? Other than, just treat him like you would if he didn't have T1D...