PCOS Update

Well it has been 5 years without any sort of official PCOS treatment, and well it might be effecting me on various levels I really do not know if it is or isn’t as no one seems to be interested in checking anything. I’ve made sure my GP does annual … Continue reading

#DiabetesAwarenessMonth – Fact 28

A person with Type 1 diabetes must evaluate all food and/or drink that goes into their mouth. If it contains carbohydrates, a dosing decision must be made. – #PBNFacts #ProjectBlueNovember the quote is from Project Blue November

#DiabetesAwarenessMonth – Fact 27

The pancreas contains beta cells that create and release insulin, which acts to lower blood sugar, and glucagon, which acts to raise blood sugar. Maintaining proper blood sugar levels is crucial to the functioning of key organs including the brain, liver and kidneys. – #PBNFacts #ProjectBlueNovember the quote is from … Continue reading

#DiabetesAwarenessMonth – Fact 26

Symptoms for Type 1 diabetes: extreme thirst, dry mouth, excessive urination, fatigue, drowsiness or lethargy, extreme hunger, sudden unexplained weight loss, fruity breath odor, blurred vision, stomach pain, rapid, deep breathing, confusion. – #PBNFacts #ProjectBlueNovember the quote is from Project Blue November

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