I was so unaware that there was a pecking order in how you are regarded by fellow diabetes diagnosed bods. Over the course of this week I have had (admittedly) a troll tell me people like me are the blights on the NHS and that I had no right to be spending my money on a Freestyle Libre to manage my diabetes (quite aside from the fact it helped me reduce my A1C by almost half in three months). Now someone I did admire starts lashing out at people venting their frustration on Abbott's shoddy stock management and lack of knowledge management for the issues multiple people have seen using the sensors. All of which depresses me to the point... maybe I should just shut up, take the tablets my doctor wants to prescribe and no doubt more besides, and just keep doing what I was doing before I had an inkling in the spring/summer that something was not quite right. After all, ignorance is bliss... right? Coupled with roast potatoes no doubt. If no one wants me to be proactive, virtually accuses me of singlehandedly ruining the NHS, then actually I may as well just revert to type. Let's not bother stabilising and bringing my weight down in a more controlled way than the sudden loss which was a symptom for me. Let's not bother with low-carb... there. Fixed it for the "real" diabetics out there.