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Re: [IP] Re: Feeling better?



Who gives a fuck!

Buddy Barber wrote:

> Hey kids,
>     You all feeling better today. I have been trying to keep up but have
> been down myself and feeling really lousy too. Had some kind of bug and the
> fluids were coming out every orifice! You know how bad that can be. On top
> of that not being able to eat and trying to control the BG is rough. This is
> one of the things that make it so hard to cope. . . .  .
>     Sue, I hope and pray you have recovered and are feeling better now. . .
> .huh? I for one feel that if you need to vent your frustrations about this
> monkey we all have on our backs this is the perfect place to do it. If the
> friends and family here can't handle it then who can? It is hard to read
> sometimes because I have been there too and know how bad you are feeling. I
> will listen to anything you want to say and if it is too bad then send it
> directly to me at home. You can say nothing that I have not already said,
> many times!
>     As the old song says "We Always Hurt The Ones We Love". I know. I am not
> giving you an excuse I am giving you a reason. This is one of the very bad
> sides of diabetes. The only way you can help is to try your very best to
> control your BG's. If this includes whipping up a batch of strawberry
> shortcake and devouring it than that is your best. You do need to try and
> calculate the amount of carbs and take the necessary amount of insulin for
> it. This is what a "normal" body does when a "normal" person pigs out on
> junk food. I guarantee you there is a syringe large enough to hold enough
> regular insulin to cover the largest helping of shortcake. LOL
>     After you get that out of your system get back on your normal course and
> get leveled out so we can all benefit from your presence here. We all have
> these times of regret and depression. It can not be helped except from
> understanding and compassion. A good cry helps too sometimes.
>     We all wish only the best for you and if you need to holler some more. .
> . . go ahead, I'm listening.
>     Someone else asked about Velosulin. . . .  .  I use it straight up and
> have had very good luck with it. I do sidedress it at times with Humalog at
> times. That is to say that if I have a high BG in the AM I will inject
> humalog an hour before breakfast and by the time I have cooked breakfast the
> 200 will be 125 or so and the carbs I eat for breakfast will not compound
> the high.
>     That brings up another question. Who was saying their doctor did not
> want them to use injections with the pump and why? I don't remember who
> posted that but it seems it was recent????
>     Wendy, you are just fine too. All is well. We can't let these feelings
> get the best of us. We can cope.
>
> Love ya'll
>
> Buddy '-)   email @ redacted
> To feel any better I would have to get over this bug!  :-(
>
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