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Old 12-17-2016, 20:29   #11
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Moon, with the oatmeal, is that all you eat for breakfast on those days.
Yeah - I'm not a big breakfast eater. That said, it is filling.

'Health team' encompasses everyone you see, indicating an integrated approach. If you only see a GP and have a pharmacist, then they are your health team.

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Yeah - I'm not a big breakfast eater. That said, it is filling.

'Health team' encompasses everyone you see, indicating an integrated approach. If you only see a GP and have a pharmacist, then they are your health team.
Ok, when it stated team, I thought I should be seeing or getting help from more than just a doctor or his PA. The extra cheese didn't help yesterday morning. I see the doctor on Thursday. Then I will find out what the next move will be. If he suggests insulin, that is going to be trying for me. Insulin to me means worrying about hypos all of the time, especially at night. Using a needle doesn't bother me at all. Knowing how insulin suggest guessing if you want to have a larger meal. A former neighbor had to call 911 because he used to much. He told me they had him eat a couple of eggs. I would think carbs. I don't tell people I have diabeties. It has such a stigma to it. Moving on. Have a good day. Sam

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