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Jimmy Kimmel Slammed For Diabetes Punchline: ‘it Is An Illness Not A Joke’

Jimmy Kimmel Slammed For Diabetes Punchline: ‘it Is An Illness Not A Joke’

On Wednesday Jimmy Kimmel publicly thanked fellow television star Kelly Ripa for some cookies sent by the daytime host — but in the process included a bizarre remark about diabetes. “Thank you for the cookies @KellyRipa,” he said, adding, “You are sweeter than diabetes #KimmelinBrooklyn” I guess the joke was that the sweetness of her gift and the cookies would be worth the diabetes caused by the sugar intake, or something like that — needless it to say, it wasn’t his A material. Jimmy Kimmel Wants to Interview Trump: 'I Could Turn Him Around on a Couple of Things' The remark drew instant backlash on Twitter — especially given Kimmel’s recent evolution into America’s foremost late-night healthcare advocate. The dumbass jokes about diabetes are almost worse than having the disease. Please find another punchline. Or shut the fuck up. - Caira Conner (@CairaConner) October 19, 2017 Yikes. Diabetes has GOT to stop being a punchline for jokes. Enough already. Disappointed, @jimmykimmel ???? @jimmykimmel My son has type 1 diabetes, which is an autoimmune disease. Eating cookies did NOT cause his T1D. This isn’t a funny joke! pic.twitter.com/OL7YLezccN - Deborah Healy (@DeborahHealy_) October 19, 2017 - Jackie wood (@jackie4wood) October 18, 2017 Explain exactly what is “sweet” about multiple injections every day? Constant finger pricking to check sugars? It is an illness not a joke - BoppityBoo (@BibbiBoppityBoo) October 17, 2017 A representative for ABC Television did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment. Kimmel, however, seemed a pinch annoyed at the kerfuffle, pinning this evergreen tweet from Jan. 3 to the top of his feed. twitter idea for 2017: find real things to be mad about. – Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) January 3, 2017 Continue reading >>

How Do You Fucking Live With This. - Diabetes

How Do You Fucking Live With This. - Diabetes

Diagnosed with Type 2 at 29. Not really a surprise given both sides of the family tree are lousy with it, or the fact I medicated myself with food for fifteen years to help control severe depression and anxiety. At 230 I'm already down five pounds just trying to control my blood sugar with metformin which has resulted in basically a starvation diet. For example I had 20 shelled peanuts for breakfast. 3 oz. of ham provided dinner and I've been trying to keep hunger pains away with water, which does nothing for the acid reflux. Despite my numbers being better I'm constantly feeling weak and lethargic with horrific headaches every time I eat. Looking at diabetic cookbooks has been a depressing experience. I'm not convinced my sense of taste is entirely right given I don't like comfort food staples like mashed potatoes, beans have the taste and texture of a bowl of mud, cheeses taste uncannily like vomit, eggs simply feel like rubber in my mouth and taste only of sulfur, most vegatables are bitter....Anyways looking at recipes is a exercise in despair as portion sizes are tauntingly tiny and even then nothing is food. Hate to put it like that in this sub, but that's honestly how I feel. My family's traditional pastas, gone. Good breads, gone. Honestly the most promising avenue for feeding myself is buying a bagging attachment for the lawnmower. It'll at least be cheap. Given my current situations it's a difficult balance between considering a longer life with little pay off (I'm unlikely to ever see retirement) and little joy, or a shorter one with still little payoff where I can at least enjoy meals. I was diagnosed with type 2 at 19, in college. The first transitions are really hard, but you'll eventually figure out a plan that works for you (working with your doctor, of Continue reading >>

Home | Fuck Diabetes

Home | Fuck Diabetes

A diabetes site with a 'slightly' different attitude! Diabetes mellitus: A quote from the Wikipedia.org article tells us it is "often simply referred to as diabetesis a group of metabolic diseases in which a person has high blood sugar, either because the body does not produce enough insulin, or because cells do not respond to the insulin that is produced. This high blood sugar produces the classical symptoms of polyuria (frequent urination), polydipsia (increased thirst) and polyphagia (increased hunger)." This site is aimed at folks who have diabetes, have been newly diagnosed, have pre-diabetes or even gestational diabetes. Our aim is not to replace the multitude of wonderful sites out there, just to start one with a bit of a different attitude a-la the fuck cancer campaign, and to give people with diabetes a place to be pissed off and shout FUCK DIABETES! Sign up for your free account today! A free account on this site enables you to post comments and forum topics, share recipes, track your blood glucose readings (eventually) and even post to your very own blog about how much you hate diabetes and it pisses you off! Submitted by diabetesisdadardyest on Thu, 03/02/2017 - 06:02 First of all u sugary noongahs I'd like ta welcum yas ta mah fukn cuntry "Wuuuuungaaaahhhhhnahhhhh!!! Coonawarrahjindiibirrahwahhhhhh ahhh dii bumm bum bumm bum feeling hot hot hot Now back to da original diabetes over 40,000 years old also over 9,000 us blak. Nuts had this for ages n u all whiteys whinging I'm laughing I'm fukin flyyyinnnn mate fukn flyyyyin fukn Neville Submitted by Pahoynaas on Sun, 02/12/2017 - 05:57 I don't have much to say...website pretty much says it for me. I'm gonna go eat 5 million sugary-ass popsicles because I don't fucking care. Fuck this shit, I want sugar. Have Continue reading >>

U.s. Gov Spends Billions On Diabetes Research, But Scientists Already Know The Cure

U.s. Gov Spends Billions On Diabetes Research, But Scientists Already Know The Cure

U.S. Gov Spends Billions on Diabetes Research, But Scientists Already Know the Cure jodigreen/FlickrAccording to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 29.1 million Americansnearly a tenth of the U.S. population have diabetes . The majority of these cases are Type 2 diabetes, formerly called "adult onset diabetes," a condition that can require daily insulin shots and eventually lead to blindness, stroke, limb amputation, and kidney failure. The federal government funds research on diabetes prevention and cures to the tune of more than one billion dollars a year . But we already have a cure for the diabetes: lose weight and eat better. Scientists have been saying so for years . Now new research suggests, yet again, that millions of people could shake type 2 diabetes if they just lost some weight. The study, out of England's Newcastle University, was small, involving just 18 patients. But it builds on previous research suggesting that Type 2 diabetes can be "reversed," even in those who've had the diseae a long time. In the new study, 18 obese patients with type 2 diabetes were given gastric band surgery, then put on a healthy and low-calorie diet (about 1,200 calories per day) for eight weeks. By the end of the study period, they had lost an average of about 31 pounds each, along with 0.6 grams of fat from their pancreas. The pancreas-fat loss is crucial, scientists say, noting that a control group of non-diabetic obese patients showed no pancreas-fat decrease when they lost similar amounts of weight. "This shows that the excess fat in the diabetic pancreas is specific to Type 2 diabetes and important in preventing insulin being made as normal," according to a Newcastle University press release. "When that excess fat is removed, insulin secretion inc Continue reading >>

5 Nightmares You Don't Know Until You're Diabetic

5 Nightmares You Don't Know Until You're Diabetic

Hey, remember when everybody was freaking out about Ebola, because of an outbreak that killed more than 10,000 people? Well, diabetes kills 1.5 million people a year worldwide, more than 200,000 of them in the U.S. And you're probably never more than a few dozen feet away from someone who has it -- there are 30 million diabetics in the U.S. alone. In other words, for something most people consider too boring to even think about, the scale of the epidemic is mind-boggling. The U.S. alone spends an astonishing quarter of a trillion dollars a year fighting it. Or to put it another way, diabetes sucks a thousand bucks out of every single man, woman and child in America, every year. We previously debunked the myth that sugar causes diabetes, and when we talked to someone with one variety of the disease, we learned about the parts of the experience you never hear about. He says ... 5 The Disease And The Treatment Can Both Send You To The Emergency Room Comstock/Stockbyte/Getty Images Our diabetic, Zach, once woke up in the middle of the night starving, his legs feeling near-paralyzed. His memory of the incident is hazy, but the next thing he knew, he was on a kitchen chair wearing only his boxers with an empty jar of raspberry jam on the table -- he'd eaten nearly the entire thing with his bare hands like fucking Winnie the Pooh. Oh, bother. When he tested his blood sugar, it was 45 (the normal level is between 80 and 100). Anything below 70 is hypoglycemia, yet even after eating an entire jar of what is essentially pure sugar, his blood sugar level was still near emergency levels. If we're being completely honest, it's remarkable that he ever even woke up to eat that jam. By all rights he should've died in his bed. So this shit can get serious, is what we're saying. "Wait," Continue reading >>

Diabetes Tee T-shirts | Unique Diabetes Tee Apparel | Teespring

Diabetes Tee T-shirts | Unique Diabetes Tee Apparel | Teespring

Gay by birth fabulous by choice IMPORTANT:These shirts are only available for aLIMITED TIME, soact fast and order yours now!Buy 2 or moreandsave on shipping!Trouble ordering? Contact Teespring Customer Support! +1 (855) 833-7774. I Freaking hate diabetesIMPORTANT:These shirts are only available for aLIMITED TIME, soact fast and order yours now!Buy 2 or moreandsave on shipping!Trouble ordering? Contact Teespring Customer Support! +1 (855) 833-7774. I'm not superwoman but I'm fighting diabetes so close enoughIMPORTANT:These shirts are only available for aLIMITED TIME, soact fast and order yours now!Buy 2 or moreandsave on shipping!Trouble ordering? Contact Teespring Customer Support! +1 (855) 833-7774. WE LOVE THIS AND WE HOPE YOU'LL LOVE IT TOO!NOT SOLD IN STORES.Guaranteed Safe Checkout ThruPayPal |MasterCard | VISA | AMEXNeed help? [email protected] size:Just released, not in store ----- 2 side printed!"Diabetes Awareness Tshirt"Click "Buy it now" GREEN BUTTON to Order yours!Visit our Store for more Ribbon Awareness Tshirt. Click here:safe checkout:PAYPAL |AMAZON| VISA | MASTERCARD | Amex | Disc Reasons You Should Buy This Shirt1) You will spread the message that we need to raise awareness forDiabetes's.2) You will show your loved one they are not alone or show you won't be controlled byDiabetes's!THANK YOUFor helping us raise awareness, together we can beat it. And together we stand united!We haveTees - Hoodies - Tanks - VnecksGuaranteed safe & secure checkout via:Paypal | VISA | MASTERCARDClick"Buy it now"to pick your size and order!Need Help Ordering?Call Support (1-855-833-7774) Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM (EST) OR Email:[email protected] WE LOVE THIS AND WE HOPE YOU' Continue reading >>

On Saying 'fuck Diabetes' - Coffee & Insulin

On Saying 'fuck Diabetes' - Coffee & Insulin

Here is something I am going to say right now that I will probably never (at least this candidly) say again on my blog: Seriously, fuck it. Fuck the highs and the lows and the needles and the blood. Fuck its cureless-ness. Fuck the statistics that I will die 13 years earlier than I would without it. Fuck expensive medical bills. Fuck the emotional toll it takes. F u c k i t. I mean, were all thinking it, at least sometimes. Somewhere in my gut, Id say Im thinking it always. But I dont go around talking about it, or blogging about it, or even focusing on that in my daily life. In my own experience, it doesnt get me anywhere. It doesnt move me forward, it doesnt inspire me, it doesnt get me to the next moment, the next day, of doing what I need to do. It doesnt get me livingmy life the way I want to be. The negativity is of no service to me. Saying fuck diabetes doesnt change the demands and realities of the disease. It isnt a statistics class you can blow off to go to the beach instead.The mindset of fuck diabetes is harmful, because the cold truth is that you cant fuck diabetes without fucking your health, and ultimately, your life. These Empathy Cards have been all over the internet, and although they were created with cancer in mind, Ithink a lot of them are universal to the struggles of all illnesses. This one strikes me as very important: Im not trying to pretend like Imall rainbows and sunshine and Live. Laugh. Love., but I do find that most of the time I feel a lot better when I focus on thehope rather than the despair. As a diabetes bloggeras part of acommunityof diabetes bloggersI like to connect through hope. Over the past year since I started this blog, the DOC has been a great source of connection and inspirationto me.There is a community of hope here that h Continue reading >>

Fuck Diabetes - Home | Facebook

Fuck Diabetes - Home | Facebook

Signs and symptoms of diabetic neuropathy Foot pain is the most common reason for people with diabetes to seek medical treatment for neuropathy, and loss of sensation can lead to injuries. With neuropathy as a complication of diabetes, up to 50% of people affected may be completely asymptomatic - that is, they carry the nerve damage without noticing any symptoms.4,9 There may be signs of neuropathy that healthcare professionals notice, however, such as reduced ankle reflexes ...and painless foot injuries.10 For the other half of people who do notice symptoms brought on by diabetic neuropathy, pain is the most troubling complaint, and the most common reason to seek medical treatment.10 Along with decreased sensation and "asleep numbness," the symptoms they may describe - predominantly in the toes, feet, or legs - include:9 The pain is often more troublesome at night, leading to disturbed sleep. Other descriptions for the pain include "sticking," "lancinating" and "boring" - and people with diabetic neuropathy may complain of excessive sensitivity to touch.10 The burning-like pain usually suggests involvement of smaller nerve fibres, whereas a tight, band-like feeling around the extremity, or an electrical tingling sensation, indicate neuropathy of larger nerve fibres.10 As with other forms of neuropathy, when the nerve damage is a complication of diabetes, so too can symptoms be differentiated by the type of nerves involved - whether sensory or motor nerve damage resulting in the most common symptoms above, or autonomic nerve damage. The following common symptoms of diabetic neuropathy are caused by involvement of autonomic nerves:10 Heart effects such as the heart beating too fast (tachycardia) Continue reading >>

28 Million Diabetics Need To Wake The Fuck Up

28 Million Diabetics Need To Wake The Fuck Up

28 Million Diabetics Need to Wake the Fuck Up carole raphaelle davis My husband is a type 1 insulin-dependent diabetic. I married a handsome, sexy, funny, brilliant and successful comedy writer. He shot up on our first date right at the dinner table. I allowed myself to fall in love with him knowing he had an incurable disease. I thought his illness could be “managed” with insulin. Well, maybe it can be managed if you know how to manage a serial killer, because that’s what diabetes is—a mass murderer. 79 million Americans aged 20 or older have prediabetes and nearly 50 million Americans are expected to have the disease by 2050. Currently, there are 25.8 million people or 8.3 percent of the U.S. population living with diabetes, with an estimated 7.0 million people who are unaware they have the disease, the CDC reports. Right now the man I love looks like he crawled out of a pile of bodies at Auschwitz and my heart is breaking. He is six feet tall and weighs 138 lbs. He’s one of 15% of diabetics called “normal weight” diabetics. He used to be big and strong. He used to take care of everything and he made me feel safe and secure. Now it’s all different. We’ve entered a parallel universe—the world of the unwell. But you don’t run away when a disaster strikes. You march against the wind. You become the rock, the only thing still standing while everything you hold dear, everything you took for granted, crumbles under your feet and into a sink hole. I now lead this weak, pale, quasi-ghost by the hand from specialist to specialist while he trips over curbs, muttering, angry at what has become of his life. I can’t stop crying. I can’t sleep. I watch him all night to make sure he is breathing. I’m scared. I don’t want to be a widow. #Diabetes is not Continue reading >>

How To Cure Type 2 Diabetes | Eating - Moving - Living

How To Cure Type 2 Diabetes | Eating - Moving - Living

Science based nutrition and exercise information from a cranky fitpro. Type 2 Diabetes is defined as a "chronic condition" which means that it can not be cured. Type 2 diabetes has been cured over and over again though out the world ( here's one story ) if we define "cured" as no longer needing medication and exhibiting no symptoms for five years or more. Interestingly, this is actually not how western medicine views "cured." Becoming cured of type 2 diabetes is impossible, western medical dickheads say, because the disease leaves a permanent impact on your body and it is possible for you to reinstall the code on your body's operating system. By this logic you can never cure a broken leg because you have scar tissue and you might be able to break it again. Fuck these assholes. First, continue taking your doctor prescribed medication until you are told you don't need it. Don't become a Jenny McCarthy anti-science fuck nut. Keep in mind though, the medical program you are on is likely designed for maintenance, not for a cure. We love to keep a disease under control rather than cure it. Losing weight is different from maintaining weight. Losing a disease is different from maintaining a disease. Second, do some basic health maintenance and adopt the following as permanent habits: sleep at least 7 hours a night, drink a bunch of water every day, and get at least 30 minutes of moving around physical activity a day (different from exercise). In short, all humans should do these three things. Not doing them will cause your body to break in exciting and surprising ways! You have to get your body ready for repair before you start working on details. Third, transition to a low-carb (low-starch) diet while increasing high quality fats and proteins (this is a pretty great summary ) Continue reading >>

Systrar Gr Armband Fr Diabetesforskningen

Systrar Gr Armband Fr Diabetesforskningen

Systrar gr armband fr diabetesforskningen Nr Linn Weimarck skulle brja skolan fick hon barndiabetes. En sjukdom som tvtre barn varje dag insjuknar i i Sverige och det finns inget botemedel. Det knns naturligtvis tufft att det r s men det pgr ju forskning och mnga frsker hitta ett botemedel, sger Linn, som idag r elva r och bor tillsammans med sin familj i Kmpinge. Nr hon fick sjukdomen fick hela familjen ndra sina kostvanor och rutiner, tminstone delvis. Vi ter mer grovt brd nu och jag har ftt lra mig att handskas med Linns humr, sger storasyster Maja, 14 r, och tittar p sin syster p andra sidan bordet. De har nyss cyklat hem frn skolan och Linn har tagit ett blodprov och kan konstatera att det ser bra ut. Hon gr det tio gnger per dag och har ftt lra sig hur hon ska skta sina dagliga rutiner och vad det innebr att vara lg och hg. Nr jag r lg fr jag justera mitt blodsocker och jag har alltid druvsocker med mig, berttar Linn. Tillsammans med storsyster Maja har Linn dragit igng tillverkning av armband som de sljer till frmn fr forskning kring barndiabetes. De kom p idn nr de sg armband som sljs till frmn fr forskning om cancer. Vi ville inte anvnda fuck diabetes eftersom det finns fuck cancer-armband s vi valde bota diabetes och cure diabetes istllet, berttar Linn. Hela behllningen av frsljningen, minus ngra kronor fr materialet, sknker de till Barndiabetesfonden. Jag hoppas naturligtvis att vi ska f in massor av pengar. Hillills har det vl blivit 3 500 ungefr och det r vldigt bra, sger Linn och hoppas p mnga bestllningar. Continue reading >>

"fuck Diabetes!" - Diabetes

Nr Joakim Mattsson som tolvring fick diabetes var han helt tyst i en vecka. Tillvaron svartnade. I dag, 21 r gammal, r han allt annat n tyst. Han r ppen med och pratar grna om sin sjukdom. Han r redaktr fr en sexspalt p ntet, frelser om sjukdomen fr sjukvrdspersonal och driver en egen blogg under sitt alias Diabetesmannen. Vi mts i Uppsalas nya konserthus, en modernt designad byggnad som sticker ut. Joakim sticker ocks ut; verbal och med moderiktig modellook. Trots att han brottas med sin sjukdom och, som han skriver i sin blogg, "pissar p diabetes" s profilerar han sig paradoxalt nog nd som en person med diabetes. Jag vill komma ut och prata om det s att andra fr veta hur det r. Vad diabetes r fr mig. Det r bttre att synas och att folk vet om det. Men sen r det kul att skriva om diabetes ocks, sger Joakim. Ute p stan och i hans vardag r det mnga som kallar honom Diabetesmannen. Det r en del av mig och det r bara roligt nr ngon frgar, sger Joakim som till och med har planer p att tatuera in sitt alias p kroppen. Joakim har ibland trffat andra personer med diabetes som frsker dlja sjukdomen, men den instllningen har han svrt fr. Mnga skms fr sjukdomen och dljer sina sprutor, men jag frstr inte det. Det finns inte fr mig. Jag har ju inte bestmt sjlv att jag ska ha det. Nr Joakim som tolvring fick beskedet att han drabbats av diabetes fick han en chock. Jag sa inte ett ord p en vecka. Nr jag efter ett tag frstod vad diabetes var tnkte jag: 'ska jag leva med den hr skiten?. Det r klart jag var ledsen, sger han. I tonren var han som tonringar r mest. Utan diabetes sger han att han hade varit mer ursprad. Sjukdomen har tvingat honom att inte flippa ur fr mycket. Men jag brjade dricka tidigt. Hade min frsta fylla i sjuan. D var diabetes ett helvete, och det gick inte bra. Jag Continue reading >>

Mind Fuck. Diabetes And Anxiety | Diabetic.today

Mind Fuck. Diabetes And Anxiety | Diabetic.today

Occasional anxiety is a part of life. Everyone feels anxious at some point in life or the other. The feeling is normal, but how one deals with this feeling is what differentiates normal anxiety from an anxiety disorder. Being diagnosed with diabetes is bad enough, but to compound it further by getting overly anxious is very detrimental for any person. Sometimes the patient is so preoccupied with the disease that their whole life and those around them also get affected. People suffering from diabetes are approximately 20% more likely to suffer from anxiety than those without diabetes. For diabetics, anxiety concerns can affect the management of the disease, making it more difficult for them to handle. Now, they not only have to manage normal life stressors but are further saddled with the additional stress and anxiety that come with managing a serious illness. People having diabetes get anxious about a multitude of issues: How they will effectively manage their blood sugar level How their condition is perceived by outsiders- colleagues, and friends Perceived restrictions in their life food related, career related Wondering if they are a burden on their family/ partner Fearful that if they leave the house/ comfort zone something will happen to them Examples of mild anxiety can often be dealt with behavior changes and without medication. Pursuing an interest/hobby, meditation and exercise have all been demonstrated to help calm anxiety. When anxiety becomes severe and overly intrusive, an anxiety disorder is often diagnosed. Anxiety disorders are also common among individuals with diabetes. Professional help should be sought and treatment started, to effectively deal with it. E45 Diabetes and Anxiety www.diabetic.today Continue reading >>

Everything You Wanted To Know About Diabetes

Everything You Wanted To Know About Diabetes

Everything you wanted to know about diabetes Diabetes affects four million people in the UK, and more are diagnosed each year. But what is it and how is technology revolutionising the lives of those who have it? Last modified on Sat 25 Nov 2017 00.00EST A nurse gives a patient a diabetes test.Photograph: Peter Byrne/PA Four million people in the UK live with diabetes and nearly a quarter of a million more are being diagnosed each year. Ninety per cent of those with diabetes have type 2 diabetes (T2D) and youre more prone to it if youre overweight, it runs in your family or youre of south Asian or African descent. In T2D, the body doesnt respond properly to insulin, the hormone produced in the pancreas that dispatches glucose from the food we eat to the cells of the body to be used for energy or stored as fat. T2D is treated by weight loss, lifestyle changes and oral drugs. Type 1 diabetes (T1D), which accounts for 10% of cases, can appear in childhood and is treated with injectable insulin. In T1D, the pancreas gradually stops making insulin for reasons that are still unclear but may be triggered by a viral illness. High blood-glucose levels damage blood vessels supplying many parts of the body, so theres an increased risk of kidney failure, blindness, strokes, heart attacks and gangrene. Life expectancy is reduced by 20 years for people with T1D and up to 10 years for T2D. The good news is that careful control hugely reduces these risks and that new developments are coming on stream at a rapid rate. T1D cant be prevented, but T2D can. NHS England is rolling out an ambitious national Diabetes Prevention Programme to try to prevent up to 100,000 people each year developing it. Professor Jonathan Valabhji , NHS Englands national clinical director for obesity and diabetes Continue reading >>

Fuck Diabetes - Diabetesportalen.se

Fuck Diabetes - Diabetesportalen.se

Texterna p "Min historia" r inte vetenskap och diabetesportalen.se tar varken stllning fr eller emot innehllet. Berttelserna r skrivna av personer som delar med sig av sina egna personliga upplevelser och erfarenheter av hur det r att leva med diabetes. /Redaktionen diabetes gr ont. jag vill inte ha diabetes. det gr ont. ta bort smrtan, snlla. jag r rdd. jag vill inte d. jag vill inte f konsekvenser av min diabetes. vad har jag gjort fr att f kalla mej diabetiker. jag vill inte ha diabetes. snlla. hjlp. tnk om ngon hrde mej. tnk om ngon hrde hur ont det gr. tnk om ngon hrde hur rdd man r. jag vill inte vara rdd. men jag r rdd. jtterdd. smrtan kommer. smrtan gr. smrtan bestr. snlla. hjlp. mej. jag vill inte vara jobbig. jag vill inte vara ett besvr. ta bort den snlla. jag vill inte minnas den 29 juli 2015 som den vrsta dagen i mitt liv. fr dagen innan var bra. dagen innan hade jag inte diabetes. dagen efter hade jag en livshotande sjukdom. snlla. HJLP. jag ber den som kan hjlpa mej att gra vad som helst. bara jag blir fri. igen. jag vill brja leva igen. jag vill leva som frut. igen. men ingen hjlper mej. jag r rdd. jag vill inte grta till sms varje natt. jag r inte ens gammal. men jag vet nd att jag kommer d i frtid. hjlp. Jag var 18 r och fyra mnader. Jag var sjuk, vldigt sjuk. Jag var inlagd i flera veckor med kanyler, slangar mm ver hela kroppen. rrensyns fortfarande, nio mnader senare. Jag fr ingen pump, trots att jag vill. Jag svimmar nstan varje gng jag ska ta spruta pga sprutfobi. nd fr jag ingen pump. Min historia r ganska lik alla andras s mer behver ni inte veta, mer n att jag vill bli av med den hr ckliga fulasjukdomen. Continue reading >>

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