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Diabetic Girl low BS in school Trauma... Spokanne, Washington
So i have my opinions on this, but i am curious to others. I found this on another forum i belong to and thought it's something that should be shared. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp/31124144#31124144
8 Jun 2009
dealing with lows
How do you guys deal with lows in school. I need tips mostly in how you guys handle it in gym. if you guys have any answers please let me know because i drop low in gym all the time and need to know how to stop it from happening.
26 Mar 2009
Re: PLEASE READ (not serious just want some information ha ha)
Hey Billy, I'm Ginger Vieira, from www.diabeteens.com . I'm a personal trainer, yoga instructor and spend most of days being pretty active without drastic lows very often, but it's all about figuring out your own body! You are totally still able to play dodgeball, but you're right, you're...
23 Dec 2008
School and Diabetes.
Have you ever tried to talk to someone about diabetes and theyve said something really insulting or rude? For me it was when i said i got a low and had a seizure and how scary it was for me. One of the girls then said "I want to see your seizure right now. Thats so funny!" now every time I...
4 Dec 2008
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