Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle
I live in Western Pennsylvania and have been a Type 1 diabetic since January, 1984. I have peripheral neuropathy and have to use a walker because of drop foot and balance problems related to the neuropathy. I also have autonomic neuropathy, which includes gastroparesis and blood pressure problems. This blog is about some of my trials and tribulations as a diabetic.[Read more …]
I am not a doctor, I am only a patient living with this disease. I am writing this blog to share my experiences and anything I write is in no way intended to be taken as medical advice. Any information here is intended to complement the relationship with your doctor, not replace it.
Due to the amount of spam comments, I have comment moderation turned on. As long as it is a legitimate comment, I don’t have a problem approving comments from “anonymous.” Once you have an approved comment, then your comments will be approved automatically but I reserve the right to delete those, so play nice.
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Logic will get you from A to Z; imagination will get you everywhere. — Albert Einstein