where people touched by diabetes help each other.
In need of supplies
Living with type 1 diabetes since 1983.
Hi all, I'm in need of... Quicksets. I can even trade for a couple Enlite sensors, a Quickserter, a Freestyle Lite meter, or syringes.
Not the answer you are looking for?
app for FREE and ask your own questions
Diabetes Helpers App.
Get it for
I'm actually a mom to a 5 year old that's been recently diagnosed with t1&he's been saying pretty heartbreaking stuff like I wish I could die or I hate my life I've tried everything any1 have ideas
Vomitting.extreme nause. Large ketones. Fruity/acetone breath. Mom won't call doc, thinks it's my fault. Haven't eaten besides some steak and water for 2 days. Pee a lot and lost about 7 pounds. Help
Hello all again I am also looking to get an omnipod for my son but our insurance will not cover a pump for him since we have the same insurance.....
In the endos office, and the resident just told me my symptoms are because of my "poorly controlled" diabetes. Lol She then went quiet when endo came in and we discussed my regime, adj & fine tuning
I have been diagnosed since the 5th grade I'm now 18 and my doctor wants me to look into the pump .. How do you feel about it ?!
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
Hi there. Looking for a mentor/friend for my 12 yr old. Diagnosed 2 yrs ago with type one diabetes and has lost confidence and could use some warm coaching or sop port. Dan be a tween or teen via phone and skype. Thank you
Any T1's with tattoo's? My endo discourages even though my A1C is fine.
Anyone reading this message please reply to me a simple hi or even blank content. I want to know who is getting my asks.
Hi. I was recently diagnosed with type 1. I'm in the hospital now because my blood sugar hit extremely high levels.I'm freaking out a bit because I hate needles.if anyone has any ideas, let me know!!!
Join our community of Diabetes Helpers