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oldnevada

Well-Known Member, Male, 65, from Montreal, CANADA

Working Hard At Being Tough Enough (memories of my high school phys ed. teacher.) Aug 15, 2015

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      Working Hard At Being Tough Enough (memories of my high school phys ed. teacher.)
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Oct 20, 1953 (Age: 65)
    Location:
    Montreal, CANADA
    Occupation:
    Retired research technician.
    Type of diabetes:
    Type 2
    Treatment type:
    Tablets (oral)
    Medication:
    Metformin, Saxagliptine (Onglyza) (off glyburide quite a while now.)
    Exercise:
    road cycling, snow shoeing, xc skiing, jogging, kettlebell cardio
    Likes:
    backpacking/hiking, natural history, jogging, photography.
    A struggle with PTSD.

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    Metformin 2400mg/day
    Onglyza 5mg/day
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