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Imperfect Impostor Apr 18
This disease is relentless. You never get a break. You never get to just relax. never goes away, even for a moment. Most people will never understand. And I feel sorry for the ones that do.
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Gaby Apr 21
Do any Novopen Echo users know what this means? It won’t show anything else, just this
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type1Jon 33m
Consistent paint in my side all week, noticed my sugars have been running high.
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Lucy Banfield Apr 21
This is how we (ie T1 daughter) Easter now πŸ˜† no missing out, just adapting. 1st Easter post diagnosis - thanks diabetes community for this carb counted bag idea!
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Type1 Hurdles Apr 20
We’re taught to believe that doesn’t stop you. Knowlege is knowing it does, albeit only momentarily. Its asking for 5 minutes when you’re trying to prepare food for family, waiting for your bloods to come up. Wisdom is knowing when to push through and when to wait.
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Kelly pugh 7h
I wonder what it’s like to sleep through the night ? Every night this week we have had an early morn alarm from daughters saying her BS is high .... 😴😴 now she’s stabilising I cant bloody sleep - oh the joys of
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Type 1 diabetic girl 3h
Unfortunately won’t get even an hour off 😒
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Fenella πŸ‹ Lemonsky 9m
If there is one person to sponsor for the London Marathon it’s this incredible guy so even 1 pound or 2 pounds is plenty if you can afford it much more thanks everybody πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡ #
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Tom Borrett 9m
It’s great working with the team at - I know everyone at is ready to cheer you on come Sunday!
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Ben Bishop 3h
2 more sleeps until !!! Nerves are kicking in big time... I ask, beg and plead with you all to keep sharing and supporting!! Let's fight together
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RichDS πŸ’‰πŸ·πŸ§€πŸ‘πŸ€£ πŸ›³πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈπŸ» 16h
5k done again πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ 32 mins so happy with that πŸ‘ Little Southern Comfort tonight as a treat (ok might be a large one 🀣😜)
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Alison 20h
(3) for the freestyle Libre...no guarantees obviously. He also stressed the point twice that if she was planning imminently to try for a baby her hba1c needed to be 6.5. Daughter was peeved and frustrated and said she felt the appointment was a total waste of time
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Gendius Mobile Health Apr 18
πŸ™Œ We've partnered with πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€βš•οΈ to bring you the "6 of successful -management of " - in an animated format! πŸŽ₯ Check it out at Read more β€œTake Control of Type 1 Diabetes” book by Dr David Cavan
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Type-1-Diabadass Apr 24
Pump supplies took 20 days to process and ship so I'm currently surviving by giving myself a shot of insulin every hour to keep my levels in check until tomorrow. Diabetes is fun you guys. So. Much. Fun.
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Diabetes Daily Apr 21
Hypoglycemia can put you in a life-threatening scenario. Know the symptoms, basic treatments, and preventive measures.
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Dave Brothers 15h
In which reduces to a "looming threat to the US Economy" after I write him about being and concerned with the runaway price of . Crass.
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Otoniel Santiago Apr 24
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Jessica Apr 24
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Rebecca L Apr 24
Went to sleep at 7.5 mmol/L and work up at 14. All I did was sleep diabetes!!!
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Mick Pedley 13h
My little lady busy sketching again today πŸ’™πŸ’‰
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