Hi I have been reading the posts and have not find to many on or for type one diabetics who are "grown" what I see mostly is for type 2's, but, my question is my bloodsugar for the past 2 days has been continually high and I have been testing every 3 hours bc of this and it is so very fustrating, I did hurt my lower back, recently like 2 days ago and also I am a chronic "worrier" any suggestions? Could hurting back cause this?View Thread
Hi, yes I know how stress and pain can cause spikes, you know it is funny with mine, bc, this week I have been having troubles keeping it up..... lol , well not really funny, but, one week highs and the next lows, cannot make much sense of it.....View Thread
Hi dave ty for your response as I read your story my issues pale in comparison, I am so sorry you have to go through all that pain, I will Pray for you and May God always comfort and give you Peace..... takecareView Thread
Ty Mrs.Cora and that is such a interesting story about your life, I have a doc but he is not a diabetes specialist I am looking for one endocrinologist thry are far and few in between, or very expensive, I did discuss the bs issue with my reg. Doc but hmm not much help, I try to manage my diab as close as possible but ty for your response and I would like know more on the transplant about like what is life like now for you, and how you dealt with it at first, I myself hope to live long enough to msybe have that but anyway if you dont mind could you write more on your story ty aga in takecareView Thread
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