Re: [IP] Re: females only
--- a <email @ redacted> wrote:
> Aw Liz, that is just not fair at all that you never
> had a bg period
> problem. Would you consider maybe trading your nice,
> stable ovaries for
> my wild and woolly ones?
Well, here's another thing. I should probably have
mentioned it to my PCP or CDE ages ago, but I haven't
had myn period in a year now. Last time was March
2006. There was nothing weird going on at the time
and right up until March I had been very regular.
April came, and nothing. I thought maybe I was late,
which did happen every so often. Nope. May came,
June, July, August. Nothing for a year. I'm 39 now
and this started when I was 38. I looked up signs of
menopause and the only symptom I have is no period.
No hot flashes, no sweats, no mood swings, nothing.
I'll try to remember to ask my CDE when I see her at
the end of April and I also have to make an
appointment with my PCP eventually. I always used my
primary care doctors for any female problems and never
went to a gynecologist. The fewer doctors I have to
see, the happier I am. Maybe not such a good idea.
When I used to read about women whose BGs went nuts
every month I would go back through my log books and
check my numbers just to make sure I wasn't writing
anything weird off for other reasons. Nope, no wild,
unexplained highs or lows. I guess I'll keep my
stable (malfunctioning/non-functioning) ovaries since
I don't miss my monthly visitor. Never had the BG
problem but I sure don't miss the cramps!
Type 1 dx 4/1987
Minimed 715 5/2005
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