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ElyDave
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ElyDave

Well-Known Member, Male, from Ely, Cambs

ElyDave was last seen:
Dec 20, 2018
    1.  
      dja
      dja
      HI, I've been referred to you regarding anaerobic exercise, I need a little info on prep before playing hockey. Ive been a diabetic for 26 years and have pretty good control and I'm very active, I've just started playing hockey again and have experienced hi BS during and after, i know why this happens, I'm just not sure the best way to go about combatting it without experiencing lows during. Any info would help
    2.  
      Bebo321
      Bebo321
    3.  
      Noddy123
      Noddy123
      Hi dave just read your post about needles. From you pic you seem to.run a lot and exercise. Do u use a pump. My consultant has suggested to me about a pump due to my night hypos. Would be grateful for some advice.
    4.  
      Robinredbreast
      Robinredbreast
      Okay then, I haven't seen it yet, I will have a peek. Best wishes RRB
    5.  
      Robinredbreast
      Robinredbreast
      Could you remove it then by editing, It really is an offensive and unkind word. But thank yiu for you message, it is appreciated, RRB
      1. ElyDave
        ElyDave
        i believe it has been "modded" as I cant see it any more.
        Dec 23, 2014
    6.  
      Sam Taylor
      Sam Taylor
      Don't want to sound pushy so don't worry if you cant, but are you still willing to answer some questions for my dissertation?

      All the best

      Sam Taylor
      1. ElyDave
        ElyDave
        Sam, apologies, but I was extremely busy at work last week and also suffering from a poor hotel wifi. You can e-mail me at david.neilson(at)hotmail.co.uk
        Feb 12, 2014
    7.  
      Sam Taylor
      Sam Taylor
      Hi hope your well!
      Don't want to sound pushy so don't worry if you cant, but are you still willing to answer some questions for my dissertation?

      All the best

      Sam Taylor
    8.  
      Sam Taylor
      Sam Taylor
      Hi Ely

      Thanks for getting back to me much appreciated! Would it be possible to get your email address so I could perhaps talk about setting up an interview or sending you some questions? If you don't want to give your email address out on here then you can drop me a line at s.taylor1.11@unimail.winchester.ac.uk
      Regards

      Sam
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    April 18
    Home Page:
    http://adventuresofanathleticdiabetic.blogspot.co.uk/
    Location:
    Ely, Cambs
    Type of diabetes:
    Type 1
    Treatment type:
    Insulin
    Medication:
    Novorapid, Levemir
    Exercise:
    Run, Bike, Yoga, weights

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    Diagnosed T1 age 39, now pumping NovoRapid
    Running, cycling and doing yoga with two finger stuck up at diabetes

    Sept 21st 2015 - River Ayr Way race, training for a 2016 Bob Graham Round
    And the mandatory blog http://adventuresofanathleticdiabetic.blogspot.co.uk

    Believe that you can run farther or faster. Believe that you're young enough, old enough, strong enough, and so on to accomplish everything you want to do. Don't let worn out beliefs stop you from moving beyond yourself.
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