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Emilyprice was last seen:
Nov 19, 2018
      Hi Emily! Strange to contact you like this, but I read your response on another post about vitrectomy during pregnancy, and felt really encouraged by it. Would you be willing to share more of your experience with me? I'd love a friend to talk to about this, as I seem to be the only type 1 I know experiencing this :/
      I know it's wholly unrelated, but I have to ask: Emilyprice, is that in your photo your wedding gown? Now, that's a clever choice! (Sorry for putting in a girlish comment, but the woman in the picture looks really really fabulous).
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    Type of diabetes:
    Type 1
    Treatment type:
    Insulin, fludrocortisone, lucentis injections
    Type one for 22 years, mother of one lovely boy, want one more! married, teacher, vitrectomy, laser,lucentis injections, adrenal insufficiency post partum, autonmomic neuropathy, positive, researcher
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