Hi, I've recently found out I have T2. I think I'm starting to manage it well and am feeling better after a couple of weeks of exhaustion due to the low carb diet. I'm still trying to learn how to manage diabetes and my active job with 13 hour shifts and nights. I told my manager a couple of weeks ago (who told someone else, who told everyone) and although she keeps saying we'll have a chat about shift patterns, that's not happened. Next week I'm due to do 60+ hours because I agreed to swap shifts 2 months ago before I knew I had diabetes and felt ok. Now, I don't know if I could manage that. The other day we were so busy I didn't get lunch until 4pm and missed my last break and certainly had no time to test my blood sugar. Last week after an 8 hour shift I was so tired I had to stop for a nap on the way home. All of this wouldn't have been a problem a month ago before I was diagnosed and went low carb. I don't know what to do with myself. I love my job and I want to do my best but the shift patterns are crazy and I'm so tired sometimes I feel I can't give it my all and I feel like I'm letting down my colleagues. I'm not sure what to do. I don't want to make a fuss. I know I should probably speak to occupational health. Anyone else successfully manage diabetes and shift work?