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diabetes advice - any medics?

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Dec 2011
7:36pm, 24 Dec 2011
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Good advice, Young Cowboy :)
Dec 2011
7:51pm, 24 Dec 2011
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young cowboy
Im one of the lucky ones when on the odd occasion i do go hypoglycemic that i always get symtoms quite early and i can act fast on it,some diabetics get very little warning signs and can just collapse where they stand and go into a coma in the worst cases.It took me a while to come to terms with the condition but giving myself 4 or 5 jabs a day is as normal to me now as me sticking the kettle on for a cuppa,if you manage it safely then it dosent rule your life and i can only be thankful that i can do the things that a lot of diabetics cant.
Jun 2012
10:38am, 22 Jun 2012
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Hi, I am a recently diagnosed type 1 diabetic and have set up a group to share advice, tips etc please look on my profile if you would like to join. Thanks Tim.

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