04-10-2012 01:53 PM
A funny young man who took educating people about diabetes seriously. Part of the interview from Diabetic forecast . Mr. O'neal died of a stroke shortly after this interview.
But I tell you what, an inside fact is that during
to three, four, five,six different diseases—sickle cell, Tay
which tells you what people think of diabetes.
Again,that's because if you don't have diabetes, i
with losing afoot, it's much funnier than,
say, going to go to chemo and losing all your hair
diabetes is not serious enough, unless you have it.
Type 2. Dx 6/10. Diet and exercise. Lantus 10 units hs. Humalog: sliding scale. My other car is a wheelchair, rollator, or cane depending on terrain.
Active Neuropathy if my blood glucose is at 140 or above. Two MI's. No blocks to blame them on. Congestive Heart Failure: Lasix, Klor-con. Asthma: Qvar, Maxair for breathing emergencies. . Nebulizer during certain seasons. Pulmocort and Xoponex solutions. Oral Steroids when Asthma is very bad. Migraines: Vicodin. To ER for injections if Vicodin does not work.. CPAP for sleeping. MDD and S.A.D,: Supplements, All my money is spent on organic meats, vegtables, fruits, and nuts.
04-10-2012 05:56 PM
Mary, I don't know if you meant to add a link or not, but here's a link the article in the December 2011 issue of Diabetes Forecast: