Forum Replies Created
allsgr8- i used that band when i had a different pump.. that’s a gr8 idea for my PDM i’m gonna try tp find it thanks!!
as far as the daveing for eachother.. BRILLIANT idea! count me in!!!
i love the omnpod! it is the 3rd thing i tried and i’m telling u it’s really the best!! no one sees it! for weddings (and dates…) i make sure to put it on my leg and even after i point it out to my friends they can’t find it! it really got me in great control (my A1C went from 7.7 to 6.8 in 3 months…) and the handheld device looks like a blackberry so when i give a boluys peole think im texting i would strongly reccomend it!
health…. i think that’s a great idea except for the fact that we can’t just pick a boy who works in medicine like there is hundreds of them to chose from… especially because we are all young… but if you can find me one i definately agree it’s a good idea
and it still doesn’t solve the problem of whether to tell or not (at least for me) because i don’t need every boy knowing about it… doesn’t matter that he is in the medical feild he still might not be the one for me and i don’t need him knowing about my diabetes. it’s a complicated decsion that each person has to make on their own
lol forever1…. that’s certinly a solution to our worries…. (if we cld find 20 yr old type 1 boys that is…)
allsgr8- i totally agree with you i’m glad to know someone else shares the same view as me… just one question.. what do you do on a date with your meter etc? i am on the omnipod system that has a meter and control device that is the size of a blackberry that i MUST have on me at all times… i don’t know what to dowith it when i go out… last few dates were BH either in the winter or when it was rainy that i had to bring a coat/jacket but now in the summer i don’t know what to do with it and winkies if i need them?
allsgr8…. yes alot of people do, i am not shy about it i just don’t feel like every boy needs to know… i’d rather them get to know ME a little before they get to know the diabetes… does that make sense? what do you do?
rebbitzin- i am exactly like you i have gone out only 2 times before and each time i was so nervous i asked a rav and he said it was a personal choice whether i wanted to tell or not. part of me wants to because it would make everything easier but i also feel like why should every boy know? (though i am in no way ashamed of it…) i am also very confused and so happy to find others in this situatuion… (i am now 20 and was diagnosed with type 1 at 11 years old…)