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Type 1 & Type 2 diabetes: What can family members do that is most helpful?
What can family members do that is most helpful when dealing with diabetes?
Santa Monica, CA
see to it they eat propley
East Aurora, NY
Have a very real understanding that some days, even when you have every tool in the bag and you do EVERYTHING 'by the book,' it's still diabetes and the numbers still might not make any sense at all.
Help you watch your diet. Make sure they exercise with you.
My mum <3
She gave me great support abd she can spot when I'm low before I even know!
Get it for
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 ?!
Hello. I have several items that may be of use to someone. please make your best offer on any of them. I understand the health insurance issues that some of you may face, as I was once there as well.
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! :(
i called walmart pharmacy in Canada. a few months ago and asked their price for Humalog and quoted $37.50 a vial. no script needed i think - something to consider if u can get there
DESPERATE for pump supplies! either silhouette or quick set infusion sets. no insurance and I've been trying to sell anything of value on Craigslist to come up with the money for them, but no luck!
Anyone needing omnipods let me know! I finally got my insurance back and have some extras
In need on novolog vial OR pens! Anyone have any to sell?
This one's kinda for the ladies, but I don't know maybe guy diabetics have this problem too? Do y'all experience frequent bladder and yeast infections? If so have you found anything that helps? Thanks
Last Sunday, in the brutal heat, we were at my son's baseball game. I overheard another mother of a T1D mention heat effects her son more than a non-T1D kid. Anyone with this experience?
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