Proud mom of a 6 y.o. who can judge BG number and bolus and correct herself
I was thinking about creating my own designs about diabetes. So, this is my first one. What do you think?
and she had a low blood sugar. 3.3 in Canada which is around 59 in US. She wanted to check her sugars herself, and we did it right on time. She doesn’t feel lows sometimes
I truly believe that diabetes type 1 and diabetes type 2 should be given different names. This way people, who do not know the difference, will not bring to common denominator both deceases and spare us, who are affected by type 1 in this way or the other, some stupid and sometimes offensive “helpful” advise or invasive comments.
Many people who suffer from diabetes Type 1, wake up at night and check themselves. I wake up every single night to check my daughter’s BG. I made this a habit after one horrible night of her seizure.
Today is that day when I can’t explain how Albi’s pancreas works.
My experience with a very important person in my family’s life – my daughter’s nurse who monitors her five days a week, minimum twice a day.
I have been crocheting for may be 6 years now, but never was brave enough to get myself to crochet something big as a full adult size blanket .
How many of you, who deal with Type 1 diabetes on a daily basis, either managing your own disease (or as I prefer to call – condition) or your loved ones, have heard from other people, who don’t have or deal with what we do, that diabetes is reversible?
I am scared of low blood sugar, because lows can lead to immediate death…..