Patients Diabetes (Type 2)
Posted on 6/9/20 6:08 PM
@Shirljones1964 :That is awesome news & I am thankful to God for your healing.That must mean mine is next!🙌🏼🙌
Posted on 7/25/20 11:42 PM
I've been using good hygiene, wearing face masks, and eating well to keep my blood sugar from fluctuating too much. I also keep my hands away from my face and practice social distancing wherever I go. I am concerned because along with diabetes, I have other comorbidities and I'm over 60 so this places me in the high risk category but I don't live a life running and hiding from COVID-19, rather I use care and keep clean and masked and this has not diminished my lifestyle too much.
Posted on 11/9/20 6:44 PM
I thought I would come back to this discussion and see how everyone is doing as COVID-19 numbers have started to really escalate?
How are you holding up? Have you changed anything in your daily routine since the stay-at-home orders to help you stay safe? Have you had any advice from your doctor or medical team?
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Feel free to share how you are doing or any questions or thoughts you have here!
Posted on 12/15/20 10:54 PM
@Courtney_J Doing ok over here. They've started closing things down again in my area and there's a curfew through the holidays. Trying to take things as they come and stay positive and safe with my family at home. Being diabetic and overweight puts me at risk so I'm just trying to be careful until I can hopefully get the vaccine. Does anyone know if it's safe/approved for people with diabetes? Or is it just for the general population?
Posted on 2/5/21 2:32 PM
GoFundMe.com/dying2live Hey I’m looking for ppl to help me share there story and get the word out about diabetes obesity and high blood pressure I started a go fund me for the efforts we would need to put in but I need you to just post and share to friends family and your social media if possible together we can beat this.thx
Posted on 3/20/21 8:20 AM
First part of November I along with my Dad got covid-19. My Dad was quickly admitted, put on a ventilator after a few days, his blood sugar was 450. It attacked his kidneys (he's diabetic) and he never recovered, I was really sick, fever, weak, trouble breathing but refused to go to the ER, afraid they would put me on ventilator also. Thankfully I did recover. My advice is don't be afraid to get treated.
Posted on 6/6/21 11:13 PM
i have type 2, problems with a bad tummy I was told for weeks I would be one of the first people to get vacationed now weeks have gone by no one has said anything.and when you don't even like yourself and then now you feel like they don't either I don't care anymore I would love to rout in my apartment by myself