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Thank the Lord that last week is over! Our foster son is home and back to normal (for a diabetic anyway). His blood sugars are more stable than mine are now! I started to come down with the virus he had, but have started on a new product to me called Plexus and my immunity worked. I was only illish for 1 day. This kind of fast recover has not happened to me since being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes back in April of 1994.
Now I will tell you a little more about what Plexus has been…Continue
Well, my foster son is doing much better now! He was taken out of ICU yesterday and put into a regular hospital room. The other kiddos and I visited him and I updated his aunt on the situation. She visited him later with his siblings.
The hospital called me today and informed me that they are seeing a climb in his blood glucose at night and then it is high in the early mornings. This is an issue we have been having and I was slowly increasing his insulin, but a nurse at his doctors…Continue
So, I am trying to think of what to blog about, as I am not really a blogger you see. Today I am frustrated by diabetes, so that is what I will blog about today....
I have a foster son, who is 13 years old and a type 1 diabetic. He is in our home because I am also a type 1 diabetic. We have managed to keep his A1c at 9, prior to being in foster care he was in the teens. The goal for A1C is under 7. A1C is a blood test that they do to determine what his average blood glucose has been…Continue