Last few days were marked by excessive thirst, urination, loss of weight (from 25 to 19 kgs), irregular diet and extreme exhaustion. This cold winter morning just got worse, there was nausea and vomiting that led to unconsciousness. Continue reading 13+ years of Type 1 diabetes: as published on Creatyst.com
This post might be useful for newly diagnosed diabetics to get to know about it from someone who has been using it since 12 years now. Continue reading My insulin regime
Funsulin has made a small video on one of the posts. Check to see the essentials in a diabetic’s bag! Continue reading What’s in a diabetic’s bag?
One bite of cake on a friend’s birthday, one lick of ice cream for the taste, measured morsels of junk food during a party and periodic intakes of carefully consumed calories. Continue reading My friend writes on diabetes: “Life on diet by default”
She is a type 1 diabetic and takes insulin shots 4 times a day. She collects empty cardboard boxes whenever she can find one. Every day when she takes a shot, she leaves the needle and lancets in one box. Continue reading How do I manage diabetes waste?
Sometimes even little things can make a huge difference. When I was back from school, he asked me every thing about the day. He did meet my teacher the next day. Continue reading Dad’s letter to my teacher for my first ‘diabetic’ day of school
The Railway Administration denied her the job only on the grounds that her condition was ‘likely’ to give rise to problems. Continue reading Diabetic’s Right to work
For a moment, yes I was glad I was a type 1 Continue reading Meeting Wasim Akram, a cricketer & T1D
It is something that pushes me to complete my fitness goal for the day. What else would a diabetic want! Continue reading Mi Band – A diabetic’s perspective
My mom says that every T1 is a T1 because they have the strength to deal with it. I believe it’s true. Continue reading Diabetes cannot stop me