|Just two months ago I was diagnosed with diabetes and it was not fun. My
blood was 44 mmol/l (800 mg/dl). It all started on a Friday it was late
afternoon and I was very sick. We went to the doctor and she said to see a
pediatritian and we went to one and he said that I was diabetic and he told
us to go to the hospital, so we went. I was in the emergency waiting room
and by then I was realy dizzy and sick. After I was put in a normal patient
room and for 4 days I was in there. But now I have recoverd and am at home
giving my self my own pen injections and blood tests. At first I did not
like the injections but now it has become easy and somewhat fun. My family
learned about my diabetes very quickly and has adapted to it well.
You can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Updated: Sunday December 05, 2004 11:16:04
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