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Rachel Mayo ☀️ Apr 23
Our embryo transfer went great today! But now I’ve changed my Dexcom thresholds to prepare for possible pregnancy. My range is now 75-130. 😑 Lord help me not get alarm fatigue!
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Rachel Mayo ☀️ Apr 21
When a 9 year old breaks down crying because of how hard is 💔💔💔
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Clayton McCook, DVM Apr 21
Last night was a painful reminder that is always there & always a threat. Daughter forgot to reconnect pump after bath, CGM wasn't accurate (new sensor), and BG skyrocketed. Even w/the best technology, she lives on a razor's edge. It never goes away.
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Dorathea Apr 23
If you were to read a story with a Type 1 Diabetic as a main character, what are some things you would like to see represented and addressed? Please retweet and share.💙
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Stephen Dixon Apr 21
Shift work is never easy as a The body just gets confused... You have to just learn to deal with it as best you can...
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George 🍸 Apr 24
Any of my friends also finding that the takes a few tries to scan successfully when using the IPhone app? I usually get it to scan after two error messages
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Amy Knueppel Apr 16
My daughter had her Endo appointment today. He asked if we were able to afford her supplies ok. I said we were but commented that insulin is SO EXPENSIVE. He said it is and wanted to make sure we weren’t having to choose between insulin or groceries.
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Lori Ruder #Insulin4All Apr 22
When your child sleeps over at a friend’s house for the first time, requiring that mom to be up in the night communicating with you and treating a low, and you’re so very grateful yet terrified he’ll never get invited back.
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Sara Theeler Apr 24
I truly feel like Im alone in the world with my I see others who have pumps and cgms and its cool. I cant even afford my insulin and rely on free handouts. and Im sure Id be the last human to get the cure if it ever comes.
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Tom Goffe Apr 21
Reminder about - Never a break, no vacation. Not ever or until one of two things happen: a cure or death.
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Betes Bros Apr 23
When someone sees you drinking diet soda and proceeds to tell you the things in it can cause memory loss. Look at them and say, great, I won’t remember this conversation then.
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Lori Ruder #Insulin4All Apr 20
Replying to @LoriRuder
I ask that you spread the signs and symptoms of Type 1 Diabetes. It can save a life. DKA and deaths from late diagnosis of are preventable. Know the signs, ask for a fingerstick, save a life. 💜🦋💙
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Type 1 Diabetic Diary Apr 17
To anyone feeling bad about their management: Type 1 Diabetes is a full time job! Yes, it’s important to take good care of yourself, but you’re human. You’re nothing but a 👊💉
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GBDoc tweetchat Host 4h
Q4: The online community can be a real comfort when you need . But does it ever work the other way? How do you react to those "perfect diabetic" posts when they crop up?
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Lynsey 🐧 Apr 16
I’m convinced that every now and then my body just decides to “reset” itself. I’ve done nothing differently and haven’t changed basal rates or bolus ratios and my BGs have been a disaster. Hate that I can never feel like I’ve got a hold on it!
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GBDoc tweetchat Host 4h
So, Q1: Do you think having has changed/shaped you as a person? And if so, for better or worse?
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Michelle LeGault Apr 22
How about a character with for season 48? As far as I can tell, has never been talked about on SS and millions of kids live with it every day -- it's also widely misunderstood and commonly misdiagnosed as the flu.
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Shnoune Apr 21
Impatiently waiting for my insulin to kick in before consuming this evening's beverage of choice, OJ & Rum.
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Diabetes.co.uk 7h
Who can relate?🙈 Would you add anything else to the list?🤔
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CYPDiabetes Midlands Apr 16
Does anyone have any resources that can be used with a blind child? Any ideas on how you use pens and meters and anything else? Also the mum is also blind as well as the child. Any help gratefully received thanks in advance!
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