i have had type 2 diabetes now for about 7 years, for the first few years i was just diet controlled but then my readings started to get high and i was put on medication and what with high blood pressure and cholestrol and depression i was taking that many tablets it was a wonder that i didnt rattle, then my mum died and i started on a down hill spiral, i started not to take care of myself and then everything got out of control. a year ago my dr started me on insulin and since then my readings have slowly started to get better. 6 months ago he started me on lantus and along with my tablets i am now ok. ive realised that there is really only one person who can help you and that is yourself because after all its your choice whether you do the right thing or not, and ive got a lot of living to do.
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