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Have you ever felt your DN / DR have run out of steam??????

Discussion in 'Ask A Question' started by JUSTFOCUS, Sep 19, 2011.


    JUSTFOCUS · Well-Known Member

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    Hi folks
    as i am now type 1 after briefly being type 2 . My DN has been ringing me formy results the last 2 wks and today she called to say she was going to ring a specialist at the hospital as my body is'nt reacting to my insulin . Novarapid 14 with meals and 22lantus at bed time. My bgs were initially in the 30's and i feel they are settling as they are all under 20 this wk . It takes time i told her and managed to put her mind at rest reminding her of how long it took previously when i was type 2. :roll: :roll:
    Does any other fellow sufferer have to council there hp's ??? I also have a heart complaint but obviously i did'nt burden her with my problems :lol: :lol:
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    Patch Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Re: Have you ever felt your DN / DR have run out of steam???

    Yes. In the past. I've recently changed Dr's and the new one is great.
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