I haven’t been blogging much and I apologize. I have gotten caught up in school. I am really confused about why my pancreas is still functioning a year after being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. I am still on insulin once a day at a dose of 6. Is my pancreas going to eventually fail? I had an appointment back with my endo a month or two ago and didn’t have my blood work done in time for the appointment, so I had to get it done and they said they would call. They never did call me. Any help with why my body hasn’t needed insulin more and if my pancreas is gonna fail?
It’s almost over this honeymoon phase. 143 before meal this morning. 7 points higher and I have to use insulin before meals.
doing well! I haven’t posted a lot on here this past week and I apologize. I will work hard to post more.
Any thoughts? Suggestions? feedback?
I love all of you guys! Hopefully we can become a closer support group and bond!
Glucerna vanilla warm is nasty!!!!!!!! My dietician recommended it for weight gain but it makes me want to vomit. Are the other flavors better?
While I was browsing the web for thrift stores cause I am interested by them I found this site and it helps support diabetes research:
or their tumblr blog:
This is a great idea!
Just met with my endo and he told me I was doing great and everything looked healthy! I get to see him again in 3 months lets hope this honeymoon phase last that long.
Hope Everyone is doing great! Submissions are always welcome!
I was reading these on Mayo Clinic.
- Aim for about 150 minutes a week of moderate physical activity(cleaning,gardening,mowing,shopping,)
- or structured vigorous aerobic activity for 75 minutes. (running,walking,swimming,jogging,biking,)
- Stretch after exercising it helps promote equal balance
- But keep the stretching gentle. It should not hurt
- Weight should be able to be lifted 12-15 times comfortably
- Breathe out as you lift and breathe in as you lower it.
- Avoid exercising the same muscles two days in a row.
- Warm up 5-10 min. aerobic activity
- Do not rush your workout.