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Gillyflood
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Birthday:
January 28
Location:
Ireland
Occupation:
Production Coordinator

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Gillyflood

Newbie, Female, from Ireland

Gillyflood was last seen:
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  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    January 28
    Location:
    Ireland
    Occupation:
    Production Coordinator
    Type of diabetes:
    Type 1
    Treatment type:
    Insulin
    Medication:
    Novorapid
    Levimir
    Exercise:
    Walking
    Likes:
    Books, movies, books, a bit of interior design, books
    I am a lone parent of two, full time working, cancer surviving, on the verge of new boob getting Irish woman. Oh and I have Type 1 diabetes. I was diagnosed 12 years ago. Most days I'm alright with it but there are the days when I would like to take my insulin and throw it - hard (usually at someone who is annoying me lol).

    My HbA1C changes and at the moment it is too high at 70. I would like to get it back down to where it should be but there is always so many things happening and I end up putting management of my diabetes on the back burner. I hope to get advice and support from the group and get this thing under control, once and for all.
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