Re: It's official: I'm a Type 2
- From: John <jcarney44@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2007 12:15:26 -0700
On Sep 10, 3:01 pm, Grandpa Chuck <GrandpaCh...@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Mon, 10 Sep 2007 11:32:23 -0700, John <jcarne...@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Just spoke with my endo and she said all my bloodwork is consistent
with T2. No elevated antibodies of any kind. I didn't get any specific
numbers from her...we'll go into more depth when I see her in a couple
months, but it looks like I can add T2 after my name.
You are not going to see her for TWO MONTHS?????
What are you supposed to do in the meantime?
No classes at a diabetes education center?
If you are a T2, or T1 for that matter, you definitely need all of
those things I just mentioned.
Also be sure to visithttp://www.alt-support-diabetes.org/
Read the "Read me first" and then the "Newly Diagnosed" pages. Go
ahead and read the rest when you have time.
Remember we care and we are here to share our experience, strength and
hope with you. Do not be afraid to ask any question no matter how
silly it may seem.
I hope to hear some more positive things from you soon.
SUPPORT OUR TROOPS.
END THE WAR NOW.
BRING THEM HOME.
Americans killed in the occupation of Iraq as of September 10, 2007 is 3,764.
United Kingdom = 169 Other = 129.
How many more Americans must die to satisfy Bush's ego?
Let us all pray for Bush - God knows he needs it!
As of September, 10 2007 it has been 1594 days since Bush
while standing in front of the banner which was sent
to the ship by the White House saying MISSION ACCOMPLISHED
declared,"In the Battle of Iraq, the United States and our
allies have prevailed." IOW MISSION ACCOMPLISHED.
Isn't Bush's "surge" of troops working well?
Pay attention to the frequency of American deaths since it began.
"When fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag, and carrying a cross." --Sinclair
Chuck, I've been here for quite awhile. :o)
I've read extensively about diabetes, have gotten my numbers to non
diabetic levels through diet, exercise and 2.5mg glipizide twice a
day. I test frequently. My last A1c was 5.5. I guess you've just been
ignoring me. :o(
Although I AM posting through Google from work, not my usual home
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