Re: [IPk] meeting NICE guidelines
Thanks for the advice. I have to admit that I am completely anal about BG
monitoring (8-10 times per day) and recording the results. I've set up a
spreadsheet which does nice coloured cells depending on whether I am high,
low or in range. Also shows overall results in a graph. Have now adapted
it to also show pregnancy targets, so yesterday when the doc showed me the
hba1c I was able to tell her "great, but I am outside pregnancy target
ranges 70% of the time". I think they hate me at the clinic! The first
(and only) time I got fobbed off on a junior doc he told me to stop testing
so much as I was only upsetting myself (!!!!) I told him I would be a lot
more upset to end up with renal failure, amputations, blindness etc. etc.
This is what I don't get - yesterday at the clinic I overheard several
conversations between medics about people who just won't take responsibility
for their diabetes, and there was certainly a tone of frustration in what
they were saying. So why is it that when we roll up with all our
information and questions (and challenges!) they seem equally p****d off???
What would make these people happy??
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