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destiny0321
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Birthday:
Jun 3, 1955 (Age: 64)
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destiny0321

Well-Known Member, Female, 64, from north yorkshire

married 35 yrs Jun 4, 2014

destiny0321 was last seen:
Jan 21, 2017
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      destiny0321
      destiny0321
      married 35 yrs
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  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    Jun 3, 1955 (Age: 64)
    Location:
    north yorkshire
    Occupation:
    disabled
    Type of diabetes:
    Type 2
    Treatment type:
    Diet only
    Medication:
    metformin sr 1000mg 1 morning,1evening, glizlizide 80mg 1 morning 1evening,ATORASTATIN40mgs.zoromoph,naproxen,methrotextrate,folic acid.ect
    Exercise:
    disabled so cant
    Likes:
    machine knitting,hand knitting,hubby & rest of my family.
    just learnt via youtube crocheting
    Dislikes:
    people who think nothing is wrong with you because they do not see blood or a plaster cast, i suffer with arthritis & use a zimmer & wheelchair but because they cant see anything wrong people assume nothing is wrong with you.
    sugars are to high at moment asthma playing up bad at moment so i do not know if they interact with each other
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