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Turners syndrome

Published by shellyj in the blog shellyj's blog. Views: 674

Hi sorry I have not posted in a very long time so much to update on I was working for a non-profit but with covid 19 we have been laidoff and back in November 2018 I was diagnosed with turners syndrome it came as a shock found out after some blood test and in April 2019 i stated on the omnipod insulin pump I named it James I am ok I even had a colonoscopy because of turners in May 2019 it came back fine the only thing I had to get fitted for hearing aids due to turners had echograrm on my heart it back good too so I am lucking that way and since start my pump my a1c was 6.3 from being in the teen's so I am happy with it hope everyone is doing good
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