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Re: [IP] bladder control

 I would say wear it with pride. I have been on insulin since 1956 and I have a
CGMS coming one of these days.

 My doc says if I have made it this far I shouldn't have to worry about some
high BGs.
On Nov 30, 2010, at 7:40 PM, email @ redacted wrote:

> Can I change the subject a bit here? or ask a question/seek advise? I'm
> a 55 year old male. I've been a Type I Diabetic since 1960 without one
> complication. (We know the complications will all hit at once. It should
> be fun...) I've been on the Medtronic pump since 9-11-2002. I just
> started using a CGM this October. Not sure that I'm thrilled with the
> CGM, but I digress. Wearing both along the belt line have made my
> mid-section look and feel like a catcher's mit already. The scar tissue
> in a year, I imagine, will be like cement. Walking along the Jersey shore
> this summer with just my pump was like wearing a badge of honor. Now
> wearing it with a CGM I think will be embarrassing somewhat? But should I
> even care anuway? What's it like wearing the CGM on your inner thigh? Any
> other tricks? Thanks. Kenny
> Nov 30, 2010 07:13:36 PM, email @ redacted wrote:
>  it can also be a sign of thyroid issues.
>  or caused from givng birth.
>  hoo hum..
>  jennee
>  -----Original Message-----
>  From: email @ redacted
>  Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2010 6:42 PM
>  To: email @ redacted
>  Subject: Re: [IP] bladder control
>  Oh that figures. Now I something else to worry about that's also
>  diabetes
>  related. :-(
>  In a message dated 11/30/2010 5:18:37 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
>  email @ redacted writes:
>  lose of bladder control can be a sign of autonomic neuropathy -
>  but given that it only happens when you are experiencing a low, I
>  like
>  the 'other' answer: if you are about to pass out, you lose control
>  of 'everything'?
>  s
>  .
> .
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