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Marina Maclean, Jenny Thomas, here’s a list of the niggly bits of problems which you may be able to see in my actions. All of which are very minor at this stage, This is so true, i hate having illness and everyone sees me as being ok, i dont want to be treated differently once they know, one day at a time and all are good,bad or worse, you have to prepare for the smallest things otherwise i cannot do it, So lately I’m not feeling as good as I was and when I stepped back from some of the things I have been doing I got “Well everything has been fine until now, why can’t you…?” They just don’t get it. On a positive side. My insulin is being gradually reduced as my blood sugar refuses to go up above 5.0 and I refuse to eat anymore, I am stuffed all of the time and that makes me feel sluggish. Working bingo, BS at 5:00 PM is 4.1, eat supper (ham and cheese sandwich) I keep trying to adjust the sandwich, have added extra meat and cheese, tried no bread this past week but had a bag of potato chips, didn’t drop quite as fast but by the time I got home at 10:00 PM I was sitting on 3.4 again. So bingo may go by the wayside and that is a depressing thought.,  I still check mine 4+ times a day. Upon waking, before lunch, before supper and before bedtime insulin. the + is when I feel off or when I want to test 2 hours after eating something to see how what I ate has affected me. Blue cross covers a certain number of strips per year and after that I’m on my own. Right now I am finding too many lows, so I will continue to test as aften as I need to, I take insulin up to 6 times per day: 2 times for long term, short term for each meal and snack (3 meals and up to 2 snacks.)
Insurance will cover 300 test strips for 90 days. That’s basically 3 for each day, plus a few extra.
My choices are:
1. Skip taking insulin when I’m supposed to;
2. Take a shot without knowing if I’m low, possibly causing a dangerously low level, or without being able to correct with my sliding scale for highs;
3. Try to buy extra in my own out of the $873 SSDI I receive, and don’t buy food, or don’t pay my mortgage, or don’t pay my electric or water bills.
Sucks that insurance will not cover what you actually need to control your diabetes and be healthy.
Mine had decreased to the point where my doctor told me to check it when i felt something wasn’t right but now my nurse has made a schedule for me to keep me on my toes,  I’m well controlled and insurance allows strips to test only once a day, they don’t take into consideration sick days, extreme lows , it’s all amount the dollar signs,  I only check mine a couple of times a week, usually in the morning and it is always the same between 7 and 10 and I occasionally check after dinner and still it is always the same between 9 and 14 so no problem !
Check mine often goes up and down so often for no reason at all am thankful my insurance gets, My mom is vomiting she started insulin 3days ago what is the cause because she checked the level is 7,  Ppl that don’t struggle with it will always think it’s the easy way out but don’t realize how depressing it is for a person to struggle to eat right and test ones glucose everyday, I just recently learned that gastric bypass is a possible cure for type 2. I immediately had my doctor refer me for a consultation. Type 2 is horrible and messes with your entire system. If this is a possibility I will take it.
I wish I could have the surgery. My diabetes is daunting and I can’t even find a good endocrinologist who can see me in the next six months. I would let my duodenum and half of my intestines go, if it helped me with the diabetes, Whatever works is the right choice. Diabetes is nothing to play around with, I can’t wait to see what she really looks like! Her face is shrouded by the extra weight. I’m happy for her,  I’m a 120lbs never been overweight, always exercised and am type 2….My diet does not include any refined or processed carbohydrates, I am not medicated, but food controlled! There is no cure once a diabetic always a diabetic..I was diagnosed less than a year ago. I am 56. I have lost 25lbs since then so no longer considered overweight. There is no family history of diabetes. Do you have to keep repeating the fasting? I just believe there must be a way to get my pancreas to work properly again.

Michelle Cervantes

Michelle Cervantes

Hi, I'm Michelle and I am a committed campaigner for the promotion of healthier lifestyles. I love my mom, I've tried to have a healthier lifestyle for my mom. Everyone should be happy and healthy life

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