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Cragwood
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Mar 6, 1967 (Age: 53)
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Lancashire
Occupation:
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Cragwood

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  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Mar 6, 1967 (Age: 53)
    Location:
    Lancashire
    Occupation:
    Teacher
    Type of diabetes:
    Type 2
    Treatment type:
    Insulin
    Medication:
    Levemir, Novorapid, Metformin. Now on Basal/Bolus after suffering severe adverse reaction to Forxiga
    Exercise:
    Lots of walking, swimming
    Gestational diabetes (insulin) in 1989
    Diagnosed T2 in 1991
    Long history of diabetes threaded throughout my family, it was always going to be a genetic timebomb waiting to go off!

    Different treatment regimes over the last 25 years with varying success, have been on insulin since 2009.

    Prescribed Forxiga May 2016. Had severe reaction which led to an emergency admission with DKA. Now on basal/bolus.

    No longer following LCHF regime following hospital admission, but eating lower carbs @150g per day

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    Gestational diabetes (insulin) in 1989
    Diagnosed T2 in 1991
    Long history of diabetes threaded throughout my family, it was always going to be a genetic timebomb waiting to go off!


    Different treatment regimes over the last 25 years with varying success, have been on insulin since 2009.

    Prescribed Forxiga May 2016. Had severe reaction which led to an emergency admission with DKA and 4 days in HDU. Now on basal/bolus, Levemir and Novorapid plus Metformin.

    No longer following LCHF regime following hospital admission, but eating lower carbs @150g per day
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