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I have tatoos on both of my upper arms and have been told I should not inject thru the ink, it slows down absorbtion is that correct
My son is getting ready to start school and I need some ideas for snacks that he can take to school and leave them there. Nothing refrigerated.
I have been hearing a lot lately about a noninvasive meter combination, and was wondering do you have any current information etc about this.
For those of us that sometimes check out B/S at 3.am in the morning how close to 3.00am should you be in order to get a fairly good reading.
I have been using both 8mm 31 gauge for my night time injection and 5mm 31 gauge for my fast acting before meals,because of my weight 330lbs what one
It has been suggested that my taking Ferrogluconate 300mg and Nova-risedronate 35mg could affect my A1C reading which have been high since Christmas
I have recently read about SYMLIN (Pramlintide acetate) with interest and was wondering if it is beneficial to a type two diabetic.
When going to a dinner party that will entail having snacks etc before the main meal, when should I be taking my Apridia before the snacks or the meal
Are their new guidelines coming out about high injections of Lantus I take 60 and it was suggested that I split the units into 2 similar injections
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