Wrong diagnosis

trophywench

Well-Known Member
Relationship to Diabetes
Type 1
Yes, agreed - because it will actually make a lot more sense - it certainly WILL become easier to cope with! There are a good many of us who will gladly confirm that we've led far more normal, 'usual' lives, only because of it!
 

leonS

Well-Known Member
Relationship to Diabetes
Type 1
You are, in many ways, better off as a type 1 on insulin than a type 2! You might not believe this yet, but you have much more freedom in the choice of what you eat for example.

You are all so far better off on five injections a day than using only two.

Just a word to the wise - never accept "we have done a test". You should demand to know "what test?" and what the result was (usually as a number with the units). Do not accept "normal" or "a bit high". Numbers help so much when you seek advice.

With just a few more lessons you will find driving so simple that you may wonder why you found it so difficult!
 
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