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I have been a diabetic since I was 4 and am now 32 and have just gotten on an insulin pump within the last year and a half!
Dr. Kogan describes her motivation for helping women with diabetes.
In addition to their newsmagazine and website, it seems like we can always count on U.S.
Included in routine screening is a fasting glucose test (otherwise known as your blood sugar). If this number is below 126mg/dl then you do not have diabetes.
I had a blood panel done and my fasting glucose came back at 104 mg/dL. My doctor didn't say a word about it but I'm wondering if I have prediabetes and what I should do about it.
Following up to the last post about sleeping, living with diabetes usually does not equate to a good night of sleep, especially for the parents of juvenile diabetics.
One of the most common questions that I get as a diabetic from people who don’t know what it is like to live with the disease is, “Can you sleep with the pump on?” In a word, yes I can.
The pump is an amazing machine that has revolutionized juvenile diabetes care, but it is not without its drawbacks. One of the biggest problems that I have with the pump is the marks ...
Despite all the optimism I try to have about living with diabetes, there are days when I get down on myself about having to live with this disease.
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