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Discussion in 'Ask A Question' started by Curemytype1, Jul 10, 2017.
Smart insulin probably never come either just like all other cures what ment to of been
Ok. If you were only diagnosed in March, it's unusual that you already have nerve damage to your feet - unless that's not related to the diabetes?
I know I keep asking you questions but I've had Type 1 for more than 20 years and I've found that the best psychological boost is to control it as well as you can by learning about it. Knowledge is power.
I'm confident there'll be a cure as there are so many lines of research. In the meantime, we just have to stay as healthy as we can and keep the diabetes beast in its cage.
Last year I had nerve test thing done as had bad feet then,march rushed into hdu unconscious and after I got moved to ward the dr say about had diabetes unknown for long while for it damage nerves in feet,hope one soon but probably be to late for me see it even tho I'd love wake up and think I beat it and go back to old me without having injections and finger tests to do