Hi all. I have previously introduced myself on this forum, however My names is James Price and I am not a diabetic. I am however a nurse working for Pennine acute trust and am very interested in diabetes. I would like to find out as much as I can about people living with diabetes in order for me to be as helpful as I can, in helping others who may not be as well informed as yourselves. I have been reading some of the information on this forum and have found it very interesting and would like to applauded you for your openness and honesty. If the question I am about to ask is on this forum already and I have missed it please accept my apology. Q: There are many types of insulin and tablets which people take to control their diabetes so I would like to understand how they ended up on these medications as against other medications which can be used to control diabetes. If they think that they have been prescribed the correct type of medication. If they have not been prescribed what they think is the correct medication what have been the problems and how have they gone about getting it changed. Please feel free to send me as much information as you want. If you would like your information to remain private then please send me your thoughts privately and I will not divulge your information to others without your consent.