July 20, 2017

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Apidra and Medicare: Good News!
Last week after a reader contacted me that Apidra was not coming up on the Medicare search tool, I contacted Sanofi-Aventis. I came home Friday to find an email with so (More)
Gastroparesis: Early Signs
I will often see a discussion with someone having problems with their blood sugar and another person will suggest gastroparesis.  The person having problems will say they don’t have gastroparesis because they are not sick in their stomach.  I remembe (More)
Gastroparesis and Apidra
I first started using Apidra in the spring of 2008. I saw people talking about it on a message board and wanted to try it. I had so (More)
I Write About My Health Because …
The prompt for Day 4 of the Wego Health Writer’s Challenge is “I write about my health because…” Prior to when I started my blog tw (More)
Gastroparesis and Low Blood Sugar
With gastroparesis, your food can sit in your stomach and not digest. It is sometimes like walking a tight rope trying to balance food and insulin. Besides regular food not dige (More)
Gastroparesis and Other Health Diets
Sometimes when you have multiple health problems with conflicting diets, you start to wonder what you can eat. Add in some food allergies and things get even more confusing. I hate the word “diet,” but I am not sure what else to call it. More)
Gastroparesis: Is it Really?
I have talked to a few people online that thought they had gastroparesis, but their doctor’s didn’t think that it was necessary to do the testing to confirm that. More)
Managing Blood Sugar With Gastroparesis
In the fall of 2003, I had a gastric emptying test done to confirm that I had gastroparesis.  Gastroparesis is delayed stomach emptying due to nerve damage in the stomach.  The results did not come as a surprise to either my doctor or myself because (More)
My Pump Start: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
I had my training for my Animas Ping on Monday, June 28th.  I survived my first ten days on the pump! The training went pretty fast.  For me, it was more of a matter of just (More)
Total Available Glucose (TAG)
Total Available Glucose. or TAG - I first read about TAG on TuDiabetes.  Danny on TuDiabetes started a group for TAGgers, that you can check out at the link below and read (More)
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