my 14 year old son was diagnosed as T1 4 years ago and as me and his mother seperated shortly b4 that i cant monitor it as much as i wud like. We are starting to get him back to his normal self with the carb-counting but every morning his sugar levels are between 16 and 25 no matter how good r bad he was the day b4, any1 any ideas on how to keep them down :) :) :)
Why don't u let him have his dinner n den check the sugar level after 2hr. N den let him sleep. I m type 1 too. I do check it before sleep to ensure it's in right track.
to help my friend adam in a wheel chair I want him to live.
Ihave it I HATE it.
it's the silent killer.
it is important to be Educated about Diabetes, as well as the fact that I support family and friends with this disease. we all need to work together on this bless.
This is important to me because so many of my family/friends , as well as myself, are fighting this battle.
my mum has it.
My hubby is type 1 and so I support any diabetic cause to help end this awful disease.
I have many friends with this terrible disease, some of whom have died from it, and others, have unfortunately lost limbs. Please everyone who has it, keep a good eye out and check up regularly !!!
I have a Niece in Florida who suffers very badly from this illness!