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Type 1 diabetes: How do you treat your hypoglycemias? I'm a glucose tab guy
Living with type 1 diabetes.
How does everyone here normally treat their hypoglycemias? I'm a loyal glucose tab guy, but find I'm in the minority...
grape glucose tablets or skittles.
My daughter carries RK squares!
my daughter eats fruit snacks
Lil juice box or hard candy
Juice box or fruit strip usually
Living with type 1 diabetes since 2001.
Alexandra Hills, AUS
Jelly beans here
Hershey mini chocolate
Glucose tabs! Easy to always have with me.
Skittles for slower fix, Level glucose gel pack for fast fix, carry them in the woods where things can go south quick.
San Diego, CA
Cake frosting gel, juice boxes
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