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annelise
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Copenhagen, Denmark
Occupation:
Now retired from a mainly international job

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annelise

Well-Known Member, Female, from Copenhagen, Denmark

annelise was last seen:
Jan 10, 2016
    1.  
      Scandichic
      Scandichic
      Hej! God jul och ett gott nytt år!
    2.  
      gorillamark
      gorillamark
      Hej Annelise,

      Blot et venligt "hej" fra nogen, der bor og arbejder et par kilometer uden for København. Er du dansk eller er du en udlænding, der bor og arbejder i Danmark ligesom jeg?
      1. annelise
        annelise
        Hej, Det er desværre først i dag gået op for mig, hvordan man ser såkaldte profile posts. Ja, jeg er dansk og bor i Nærum.

        Hvordan behandler din diabetes dig? - og omvendt!

        mvh, annelise
        Oct 9, 2014
    3.  
      Scandichic
      Scandichic
      Hej! Jag var jätteöverraskad och ledsen när jag läste vad hon skrev. Det var absolut inte meningen. Det ända som jag kunde tänka göra var att be om ursäkt. :(
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      RosieLKH
      RosieLKH
      Just read about your legs on statins. I'd never heard of that, but I think that might be what I have. Were the blotches like lots of little veins? I've just assumed they are due to me being obese.
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      Squire Fulwood
      Squire Fulwood
      I only remember that the first one was Simvastatin. The other three were names now long forgotten. Sorry about that.
    6.  
      Traceyburnett
      Traceyburnett
      Hi I do understand what you are saying. I tend to work with diabetics over a reasonable period of time, normally 6-9 months supporting them in making the changes and allowing new habits to be hardwired. the trick is often switching tactics to make changes easier. Underpinning this is understanding how our minds function which is incredibly effective to unlock shortcuts to switches in behaviour.
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    Gender:
    Female
    Location:
    Copenhagen, Denmark
    Occupation:
    Now retired from a mainly international job
    Type of diabetes:
    Type 2
    Treatment type:
    Diet only
    Medication:
    None at present, but will not hesitate to take meds if needed
    Exercise:
    Moderate, mostly walking. A few years ago I upped and walked 480 km on the Camino de Santiago carrying my backpack - not exactly a walk in the park ...
    Likes:
    Being finally retired; individual travelling; reading/literature; grandchildren; gardening
    Dislikes:
    Unfriendly and bigotted persons; i.e. persons who do not have an open or enquiring mind - but all within reason - persons may have a reason to appear as such - we will never know their backgrounds or where they come from ...
    I hope I have explained in the above ;)

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    T2, Denmark (Diagnosed at 7.3%, no meds yet. Diet and fairly moderate exercise. Now HbA1C at 5.7%)
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