Juicebox Podcast: Type 1 Diabetes
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#879 Danger Noodle
#878 After Dark: Lots of Auto Immune and Lots of Weed
#877 Be Undeniable
#876 Best of Juicebox: Altered Minds
#875 Dog Faced Fox
#874 Type 2 Diabetes Pro Tip: Fueling Plan
#873 X, Y and Zed
#872 Go With the Flow
#871 Best of Juicebox: Standard Deviation and her Friends
#870 The Alaska Principal
#869 Type 2 Diabetes Pro Tip: Medical Team
#868 Out of the Shadows
#867 Big Lou
#865 Go Marry Your Sister
#864 Type 2 Diabetes Pro Tip: Guilt and Shame
#863 Tackle Box
#862 Perry Como
#861 Best of Juicebox: Diabetes Concierge with Katie DiSimone
#860 Type 2 Diabetes Pro Tip: Series Intro
I like how Terry views and handles diabetes... Thank you for having him on and thank you for your podcast!
Type 1 diabetes mellitus can develop unexpectedly and cause symptoms such as: Abnormal thirst and dry mouth Increased urination Urinary incontinence. But these problems can be solved by injecting humulin r vial https://insulin.store/humulin/insulin-humulin-r-vial-100-u-ml-10-ml/ on time. This drug is human recombinant insulin. It is a medium-acting insulin preparation.
Hi Shaya, it is Rezvan and I live In the USA. I completely understand your situation. my 2 years old son diagnosed last year when he was 15 months. I always blame myself for his first few days of diagnosis. Thank you so much for spending time in this podcast. مرسی ازتون برای حرفهاتون، خیلی احساس بهتری دارم بعد از گوش دادن به حرفهای شما.
it's so freeing to hear Scott struggle with the thought of Arden not knowing nothing about her insulin or the name of her pump, while having being the very cause of it i know it sounds mean, but as a person who struggled to get my own insulin at 19 years old cause i was used to my dad doing it for me until then, i wasn't thankful, just saying. angry, mostly. taking full responsibility of managing your child's diabetis on yourself is the worst thing you can do for them
love this phrase so much 😂😂
This is the best diabetes podcast. It teaches me more than some doctors. Scott has a way of explaining things from one human being to another, not the way doctors do. This should be an absolute must for all T1D warriors. On top of that, it is very inclusive and makes you feel you are not alone on this difficult journey!