I’m a t2 on MDIs who’s spent the past 4 yrs really struggling with an ever-increasing A1C

69634983_10157449483881877_8854575749336662016_nI have been hanging out in the 100s most of the day. This may not sound impressive, but I’m a t2 on MDIs who’s spent the past 4 yrs really struggling with an ever-increasing A1C…and I’m on a one-week CGM trial…and for the first time, I’m getting a clearer pic of what spikes me and how badly…so when you consider that I’ve been running 200s-400s since last year, pretty much all the time, perhaps you will understand why, on this day of cascading down through numbers I haven’t seen in literally years, I am close to tears woth joy and gratitude. I know a lot of us here are t1s dealing with a lot tougher job than I have with this, but I’m a long-term pediatric cancer survivor, and this on top of my other late effects has been – well, rough. After about 4 yrs of being a model patient with my diabetes, I snapped with the diagnosis of yet another late effect cancer, and I’ve struggled to do the right thing ever since. I’ve been trying to do better with counting and limiting carbs lately, but with the CGM I can REALLY tell what’s working and what’s not. No idea yet whether I’ll be able to get one permanently, but oh, how I love this device, and oh, how THRILLED I am! <3 Just wanted to share with people who will understand what it means to go from 200s-400s to 120s-160s, and why that would feel like such a major victory.

Congrats! The numbers are definitely things I deal with on the regular too. It’s frustrating but you seem to have gone through a lot so you can keep this up! Its good to know you’ve had progress with the CGM because I have been considering that as well as a t2. I think it would give me a more accurate picture like it had you. Keep up the good work! I hope you are able to get the CGM permanently!


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