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jules65

Well-Known Member, Female, from Kent

Brittle Diabetes due to Total Pancreactomy. www.yogajules.org Feb 4, 2014

jules65 was last seen:
Oct 24, 2015
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      mrspuddleduck
      mrspuddleduck
      Hi Jules, saw you post on type 1 & pancreatitis. I have a similar condition to you, calcified and necrotic pancreas for 16 years! They won't remove my dead organ though!! Am really interested in the other forum & Facebook group you belong to & would be chuffed for info. Thanks, Sue XXX P's I'm in Kent too!
      1. jules65
        jules65
        Hi Sue, I live in a little village near Sevenoaks :) www.pancreatitis-forum.org.uk is where I'm a moderator. I'm new to FB (yes, I know, late to the party!!) the closed group is by invitation only, I think I can invite you if I know your FB name, but a good friend of mine is Admin on it, so if I can't she can :)
        Jul 31, 2015
      2. jules65
        jules65
        And if you are coping... then leave the dead organ in place!! You'll be surprised what a HUGE difference it makes, even if parts of it don't work properly. it is MUCH better in situ x
        Jul 31, 2015
      3. mrspuddleduck
        mrspuddleduck
        Thanks souch Jules. I've been living with it 98% dead for 16 years and now the rest is finally dying off quite rapidly! Will join the other forum. My Facebook name is Willbo Waggins (its the dog cos my Facebook account in my name was hacked!!). I'm near Dover and bloody operation stack ha ha!! Suexx
        Jul 31, 2015
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      jules65
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    Gender:
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    Location:
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    Occupation:
    Yoga Teacher
    Type of diabetes:
    Type 1
    Treatment type:
    Insulin
    Medication:
    Split dose Levemir
    Novarapid with meals
    Exercise:
    Yoga!
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