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    1.  
      Pacifica
      Pacifica
      Hi there! I do the design for a mobile app, which will hopefully make the lives of people with diabetes better. To make the app really useful I conduct a survey. May I post the link for the google doc questionnaire? Thank you and have a nice day)
      1. Jaylee
        Jaylee
        Hi Pacifica,

        I'm a member of the moderator team on the forum.
        You would need to undertake approval to undertake a survey. We will send you a PM with details on how to do just that.

        Kind regards,

        Jaylee
        Jul 2, 2020
    2.  
      Sam23136
      Sam23136
      Hi, I’m currently gathering data for my MSc project via a questionnaire survey. The research study is aimed at people with type 2 diabetes. Can I post the link for the questionnaire survey on the forum. Thanks , Sam
    3.  
      indiewalker
      indiewalker
      Hiya, I'm doing research into type 1 diabetes and travel. I'm trying to post a link to a form but it says it's spam. How do i get around this please?
    4.  
      Mrs Price
      Mrs Price
      I put an order in to your website and got an email saying that the large cooling wallet I ordered wasn’t available but everything else was being delivered shortly, it’s just arrived & the AnOxident Balance Bundle I also ordered worth £29.00 was not inside the package it’s on the invoice but no explanations?
      Was wondering if someone could find out what has happened to it for me please? Thank you and stay safe.
    5.  
      AE00622
      AE00622
      Hello

      I have been trying to contact the forum regarding posting my Masters Study on diabetes distress and stereotyping to recruit participants. I have not received a reply despite several months of trying. I wondered if you knew who I may contact, or if I can discuss with you at all?

      Thank you!
    6.  
      Alison_C_
      Alison_C_
      Hi, I'm carrying out a research project (survey looking at physical activity and type 2 diabetes) as part of a PhD and was wondering whether it would be possible to share the link to the survey on one of the forums? If you have any advice as to who I whould contact about this, it would be great. Many thanks, Alison.
      1. tigrib likes this.
      2. tigrib
        tigrib
        Hi Alison, I am more or less in the same situation because I am writing my dissertation in psychology about a diabetes related topic. Did you get any advice or contact information? I am a type 3c diabetic myself which probably means that I won't be of any use for your survey but i would be really grateful if you had any information on posting links etc. Birgit
        Mar 11, 2020
    7.  
      Rachieb
      Rachieb
      Hi I have posted a thread called feeling confused please help if anyone is free to take a look, hopefully I have done it right x
      1. Antje77
        Antje77
        Hi @Rachieb , you've posted your thread just fine, it's visible to anyone.
        Feb 17, 2020
        Rachieb likes this.
      2. Rachieb
        Rachieb
        Great thanks for that wasn't sure as not received any replies etc as of yet x
        Feb 17, 2020
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    8.  
      Melanie H
      Melanie H
      My dad will be 89 on sunday, he has been living with type 1 since he was about 15, can you tell me what the record is ? 74 years is amazing
      1. Juicyj
        Juicyj
        Hi Melaine, profile posts on admins account aren't monitored very often, if you post on the main forum you will get better visibility there, best wishes J x
        Nov 16, 2019
    9.  
      JacChap
      JacChap
      Hello all. I was diagnosed as type 2 only 3 weeks ago and still waiting to see the DN. I have done s few fasting glucose checks and they have varied between 6.5mmol and 7,7mmol. I’d this usual please? Thank you.
      1. Juicyj
        Juicyj
        Hello Jac, unfortunately your post here won't get much visibility as its written on a profile post, please use the main forum to post a new thread with your question, thanks and best wishes J
        Jun 9, 2019
    10.  
      Susieq423
      Susieq423
      First time here hope to learn something
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      Susieq423
    12.  
      dorey1953
      dorey1953
      please could you remove my phone number I did not put it there not very happy
    13.  
      AKB
      AKB
      When sick should I increase both basal and Bolus?
      1. olusennuga likes this.
      2. Juicyj
        Juicyj
        Hello AKB, you cannot get insulin dosing advice from anyone on this site as its against forum rules, you will need to contact your diabetic team to talk through your readings and doses with them, good luck hope you feel better soon.
        Dec 3, 2018
    14.  
      Lizzy_Lipstick
      Lizzy_Lipstick
      Diagnosed as T2 this week, now taking metformin any advise greatly appreciated x
      1. olusennuga likes this.
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      Diabetes@Brigstowe
      [email protected]
      Hi,
      I'm working for a project in Bristol that is starting a peer mentoring service for people living with type 2 diabetes. We are recruiting 20 volunteer mentors, and I would like to request that we can write a post on this site informing them about this service. Would this be appropriate, as we do not want to post anything that would not be welcome.
      Kind regards,
      Sean Hourigan
      1. olusennuga likes this.
    16.  
      Susilee
      Susilee
      i realise i put in hcp but i am a podiatrist and therefore not relevant to this . just being truthful but not realising the implications. i have adjusted my profile accordingly . does this meet your approval?
    17.  
      loveclassics
      loveclassics
      I'm not happy about the number of personal questions you asked. It's very risky putting so much personal information online and I know nothing about the security of your database.
      1. Rubyjewelz likes this.
    18.  
      Erry_Addy
      Erry_Addy
      Hi i have posted a thread and now i can not reply on the messages i received. There is an error message comes that your text is inappropriate and can not be posted.
      Kindly help me out !
    19.  
      nomorechoccy
      nomorechoccy
      please can you help I can not log in normally the only way I can access my account is to use the confirmation link. I have tried to reset password but it won't find my email addy. can you advise me what to do thanks
    20.  
      Lynnbob
      Lynnbob
      Hi trying to reply to peoples comments on my post but won’t work. Says it contains spam and to contact a moderator.
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