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  1. saramy
    saramy July 14, 2009 at 8:24 am | | Reply

    Thanks for posting such excellent advice. The bonus tip about doctor with T1 D is a great one – I have one and he’s the best I’ve ever seen even if he is 2 hours away and fully fully booked – as I learned when I needed to reschedule a July apt. and can’t get an appointment until October. That might be another little problem to look at – how booked is the office?

  2. mollyjade
    mollyjade July 14, 2009 at 9:56 am | | Reply

    The best endo I ever had had type 1. It was so obvious he understood that you can do everything right and things still go wrong.

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  6. Joe
    Joe July 28, 2009 at 3:09 am | | Reply

    Thank you very much for your words of advice. They are of great help to me.

    It is pretty difficult for me to get an appointment with my doctor on a regular basis. So for the time being I am relying on online sources. There are so many things I have realized about Diabetes in Though I have Diabetes, its not chronic yet. So I am taking as many precautionary measures as possible. I was also told that once you start taking insulin, your immunity level decreases and there are chances of kidney failure and high blood pressure.

    I just hope, it does not pass to my future generation.


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    Sippy Varma May 31, 2012 at 3:49 pm | | Reply

    I am looking for an endo who has type 1 diabetes. I feel this would be more helpful for my daughter as she can relate to the suggestions and interventions.I am looking for an endo in Houston, Texas. Any suggestions???

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