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
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.
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 bet many of you have heard opinions on how your child has got diabetes…well, this is my take of this sensitive topic
There was a moment that had changed our lives forever. The moment of initial denial, confusion, blame and “i-want-to-wake-up” state of mind. That moment was when my oldest daughter was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.