Not much going on here. Thought about cooking out, but I just don't want to deal with the heat. Seems the older I get the more the heat bothers me for some reason. Not going to complain though...cuz all I did all winter was complain about how cold it was, dont like to be cold either.
No appointments till the 13th. Should be going over all the test results then and see where I am with the kidney disease and what needs to be done at this point. I've got a list going of things I want to ask...have to write it down or I'll forget.
For the rest of the week....just some peace and quiet and time spent with family...usual household stuff, nothing special going on.View Thread
Have you checked your local health department? I know mine here has an indigent care program, thats how I get treatment and to be honest it's the best treatment I have had so far for diabetes or anything. Your area might have something similar, it's worth checking into anyway.View Thread
Nothing much going on here...cold and rainy the past couple days. Cooked out twice last week with my daughter, son-in-law, and grandson. We love cooking out in the summertime.
Still trying to figure out the symptomatic lows I've been having several times a week. I never ever had lows with the metformin, but the glipizide seems to bring them on fairly regularly. Going to keep a diary this week, see if I can relate it to something I'm eating or not eating, then talk it over with my doc.
Other than that, nothing going on that I know of. Hoping for a quiet, uneventful week ahead.View Thread
Last week was fairly quiet and uneventful. This week started with Mother's day dinner with my kids and grandson, the a trip to the ER for chest pain Monday evening. Turned out to be angina, my cardiologist doubled my Isosorbide so we will see if that takes care of it. Today I spent doing laundry and watching my grandson play outside. Such a beautifl spring day, I am so glad winter is over.
Hopefully, the rest of the week will be calm and uneventful...I like ordinary days rather than days when everything goes crazy.View Thread
Don't know that I can pick three really bad foods, but I know one I really can't touch...Ramen Noodles. If I eat those, I'll spike to 300 or higher every single time. Not to mention all the salt that isn't good for my blood pressure.View Thread
Kim, have you checked with your local health department? I know mine here has an indigent care program for those with no insurance and low income, where you get doctor visits and medications for a reduced cost. Yours might have something similar, wouldn't hurt to ask at any rate. Even if they don't have a program, they might be able to refer you somewhere else to get care.View Thread
I wouldn't mind. Actually, think I would like it, being a learning situation and all. I think it could be very positive with everyone sharing and having some input. As long as I still had one on one visits for other or more sensitive things, I wouldn't mind at all.View Thread
Very true nwsmom. The doc said that the diclofenac and the metformin either one could have caused it, or could cause it to get worse, they were more likely than anything else I take. He's replaced both of them with different meds now.
Actually, the new diabetes med, glipizide, seems to be keeping my blood sugar under better control. Maybe I'll get my A1c down a bit for a change.View Thread
I don't really deny anything...all things in moderation though. One food that I don't eat as much of as I would like is ham. I could eat ham every single day and be happy about it. Now I limit it to 2 or 3 ham sandwiches a month.
One food that I have learned to love is yogurt..but only if it's Yoplait, with the fruits in it and such. Those I eat several times a week...they actually work well to satisfy a sweet tooth for me.View Thread