I come to this forum to talk to others with diabetes, fancy that.
I am not around any diabetics so i never can talk to anyone about it.
wierd things happen to me on a frequent bases. So i wonder if it happens to anyone else. anyways hello.
Welcome aboard, fatcat . . . what you describe seems to be the rule for us diabetic folk - inexplicable, unexplainable, weird things! It's good to be together with others who know the drill, and then we don't feel quite so weird after all.
Thank you for joining us and I hope you'll be with us a good long time.
Hi, and welcome. I am a longtime forum user, so when I tested my BG and came up with a 447, I actually started looking at online info BEFORE I even saw my MD.
It was hard to take some of the advice seriously, at first -- they are eating WHAAAAT? And, NOT eating Whhhhhat? They think we should test HOW OFTEN? And they think they are better off, giving themselves SHOTS? I would never've believe all this stuff 2 years ago.
What I have learned from other diabetics has almost certainly saved me years of my life, not to mention pounds of weight, and a ton of frustration trying to get results from standard protocol.
Hi there FatCat. You are not alone in experiencing unexpected things as you travel the diabetes trail! Nothing works like the original equipment, and try as we might we can't really "think like a pancreas". But we can come close, and the alternative is just not that attractive.
Glad you're here. Ask any question that comes to mind...you might be surprised to find that someone else here has had a similar experience.
Fatcat, this is a great place to be if you want to talk to other diabetics. Let us know if there are things that we can do to help you. We will need to know a little more about you diabetes though. I hope you will like our site, there is much you can learn here.