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You know when you're feeling your blood sugar drop and you become spacey and flighty? Yes, I know that feeling, even after being diabetic for 29 years. I still have those moments where my sugar drops so quickly it's a little too late sometimes. These moments have been coined by my boyfriend as...
17 May 2012
I've had my first experience (and I hope my last) with a hypoglycemic seizure at night. Luckily, my partner is well aware of the situation and was able to call EMS, etc. However, I'm now terrified of sleeping. My new CGM will be here Monday, but until I trust that thing, and even if I do, I won't...
16 Oct 2011
Re: What was your last Blood sugar.
125 at 10:30am 42 a4 1:06pm had lazagna for lunch only accounted for 1/2 what I ate
22 Apr 2011
How long have you had Type 1?
How long have you had type 1 diabetes? I was just wondering because I am only 18 but have had type 1 for 11 years and am worried that I will eventually become desensitized to feeling low or high.
22 Feb 2010
Lowest Ever (kind of a spin-off of Alyssa's)
Hey everyone! I was just wondering what the lowest that you all have been is? The lowest I have ever been while conscious is 18, while unconscious, I believe the EMTs said was 14.. :( I'm not too big of a fan of the lows! :( Just wondering!!
23 Jan 2009
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