I can relate to your situation. I also have type 2 diabetes for over 20 years. My meds keep increasing and increasing. My doctor wants to put me on the needle, but I freak out and resist. I am starting to feel the effects of diabetes now. I am tired all the time, and my toes go numb often. I know that when I eat well and exercise I do feel better. I do well for about 1 month, then I give up. Maybe we can encourage each other to stay on target. I love your smile by the way. 129 days ago
Hi Debbie, Somewhere I remember receiving a message from you. I do not have a computer and can't figure out how to send a private message from my mobile app. I am going things are better. I hope to find a way to "talk" with you again. Midori 135 days ago
That is what the Dr wants me to do but now he is looking at MG.
I have no clue why he wants to do that. I am talking to my regular Dr on Monday and he just did lots of blood work so he might discover everything is doing great. Pat and HUGS Pat in Maine. 140 days ago
Thanks DEB for reading it. I had no recent photos except the ones in my spark photos. I asked if they could use them but they did not. No problem. I have been having eye issues since they did my early cataract surgeries so I would be able to help DH. The other eye DR an ophthalmologist said he wanted to check my blood work for MG. I doubt it but I am anxious right now. Appt. is Feb 11th. I hope you are feeling better. How is LEONE doing with the cold weather this year. Pat in Maine. Stay well. (((HUGS)))