Re: [IP] Venting, sad news.......
I am so sorry to hear that and can just about imagine how you feel. You
fight it every day and now you hear this. I am Type 1 and have two little
kids ans]d so am always worried about this. Even before they were born!
I know it is easy to say, but apart from the every day struggles, more and
more of us, type 1s, are able to live life to it's fullest. I will pray for
you and your family.
On Sat, May 31, 2014 at 1:11 PM, Michelle hawkins <
nanuk10+email @ redacted> wrote:
> Yesterday, my eldest son was diagnosed with Type I. We were doing to a
> net study and he volunteered to help find a cure for Type I. He had been
> this trial net study for the last 4 yrs. We knew 4 yrs ago, he had 2 of
> the 4
> +antigens and that's why he was in the advanced stages of the study. They
> told us when we first found out he had the + antigens that there would be a
> likelihood of him getting the disease, but unknown, he might, he might not.
> It was the unknown, Well, I got slapped in the face with shock yesterday
> my son who has helped and supported my very own Type I diabetes, gets the
> during the trial study that he has it himself. My heart is so devastated,
> would NEVER wish this on anyone......then my own child gets it. We got
> at 1130 and was sent to the Barbara Davis Center immediately. Dr talked
> to us
> and said that maybe his pancreas is working 20-30%, but glad we caught it
> early. My thoughts were, well, not exactly the same as his--but as I calm
> down I see the point. My heart just breaks and I had to vent to a group
> understood. He is taking much better than myself. Just stinks......plain
> F@#!in stinks!!
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