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  • Tipetoo
    Posted by Tipetoo on Sep 19
    As our tropical cyclone, bushfire, floods season is almost upon us, the Queensland state government, Bundaberg Regional Council have put a free emergency evacuation pack together. Some useful bits and pieces in it, first aid kit, radio / torch / phone charger, two water containers, poncho,...
  • Kenhue3501
    Posted by Kenhue3501 on Sep 18
    I have gone from HB1C of 116 to 39 and have lost over 17kg and my bloods are all around 5.5/6.9. You should ask your hospital to go on the 800 cal diet it work,.
  • chjaqqa
    Posted by chjaqqa on Sep 17
    '' DCUKMod Saturday at 1:47 PM chaqqa - You seem to be having HbA1c tests every 7 days. Are these lab tests, or a calculation, based on your meter averages? '' hi .. certified lab tests .. i have all original lab test results in my possession ... i am only doing it to garner proof that blood...
  • jwd1
    Posted by jwd1 on Sep 17
    For two days I have been getting the message "Server error please try again" when trying to read Forum threads, I can see the latest forum posts but when I click on them I get the Server error messsage. Can anyone help me please.
  • jwd1
    Posted by jwd1 on Sep 16
    Can you help me please, I have somehow managed to have two profiles : - JWD1 open for just over 1 year, and John Dxon could you combine the two under John Dixon if possible please?
  • hba1c at 5.7 aiming for an hba1c of 4.5 ....
  • PatsyB
    Posted by PatsyB on Sep 15
    we are now three weeks on after moving house, the walls are stripped the ceilings had polystirene tiles on them and after we had taken them off found the ceilings covered in wood chip paper so had to strip that off too, the cracks filled in on walls and ceiling and new skirting boards and door...
  • Mrs E here giving an update, Warning Its Not Nice Hubby has a really unpleasant patch of skin on his leg, the one with the missing vein that was used for his by pass op hundreds of years ago. He had the leg swell with retained water to three x its normal size, now with super strength water...
  • It won’t be long before activities in the garden start to become more limited, although there will be a few opportunities for some heavy digging towards the end of the season. Hicks Farm Wood has areas that need scything and there is endless bramble- crown grubbing up to be done, but all too...
  • PatsyB
    Posted by PatsyB on Sep 8
    Had plasterer in yesterday all day filling the chases in and today a new boiler being installed OMG how I hate a mess and I am living in one would I have moved if I had known all this NO WAY.....Had a letter from poll tax people saying my help had stopped due tyo moving house I do not think...
  • PatsyB
    Posted by PatsyB on Sep 5
    We moved into the other house on the 24th August, when I walked through the door and saw the channels the electricians had left i could not believe it then the holes in the walls they had left as well but was so busy moving could not take it all in. I rang the electricians and asked when...
  • sarahpench
    Posted by sarahpench on Sep 4
    Due to a recent death of a young woman there has been much spoken about mental health and acceptance of diabetes. I’d like to put my views on this situation and share what I know to be a common story ( sadly ) Being diagnosed 8 years ago with type 1 diabetes was something I never expected....
  • The wind in the chimney, Flapping garden string flashes at the window. Broken legged gulls litter the towns, now silent. The sea screams. All the hope, expectation of summer's start, Now like a dirty crisp bag blowing in the gutter.
  • smoked salmon with avocado and egg butter (Diet Doctor) cauliflower cheese soup bacon & eggs 3 egg omelette with a little feta & spinach – or some salami & pecorino tuna, avocado, spinach and hard-boiled eggs with homemade mayo (Diet Doctor) Eggs Benedict with homemade hollandaise, served on...
  • type 2 diabetes can be reversed ... i will scan and upload supporting lab test results soon .. became a diabetic on 18 june 2015 .. hba1c was 8.7 .. on 08 march 2016 - 8 months later my hba1c was 6.0 .. diabetes successfully reversed .. 10th may 2016 hba1c was at 6.2 18th nov 2016 hba1c...
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