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    I'm going in this morning to be fit for a sensor for the week. I know it's a good thing because it will yield lot's of helpful data. It's time for that given how strange my blood sugars have been...


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    I'm going in this morning to be fit for a sensor for the week. I know it's a good thing because it will yield lot's of helpful data. It's time for that given how strange my blood sugars have been the last couple of months. It's amazing we have the ability to this now. Such accurate, persistent feedback. What an helpful tool in our arsenal. So yes, from a diabetes management, medical information standpoint, it's very a good thing.

    But that's not how I feel this morning. I feel sad about it. I know it's not going to be anything horrible from a physical standpoint, but still, I'm so very tired of having devices in my body. For whatever reason it makes me feel a little off kilter, like I'm one beat off on a song. I know, old story, old lament. But there you have it nonetheless. The feelings are real and I'm trying to be OK with that for a bit. I guess honesty is the least I can do for myself today.



    (@)Amanda Briggs

    Published on 24 Mar 2009 at 03:33PM

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