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Please Stay Tuned / How I Learned I Need Insulin To Live

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I was admitted at the ER July 30th 2016 after they found me unconscious. I was then diagnosed with type 1 diabetes the next day. I was hospitalized 5 days before being released Wednesday August 3rd.

It was a shock for me.  I was never hospitalized so being at the hospital was very frightening… Doing X-Rays, living among strangers… I thought I lost it. It was not my place to be. As i’m writing this, it is my first day being released… I’m enjoying the freedom… I do not have the words to describe how I feel right now. I’m a bit nervous about my first check Friday August 5th. .. It may sounds paranoid, but I am scared they will take my freedom away again and keep me at the hospital… Hopefully they wont find anything and it would only be a quick check-up…

Diabetes yup..

I’m 26, 5ft3 and I weight about 115 lbs. My pancreas cannot produce beta cells and use them as fuel. Which explains why my life has been a living hell. I will be posting more about this.

I am now learning to live with diabetes and take my insulin shots…

Wish me luck for my appointment! If they do not keep me in, I will start blogging on a regular basis again. If they do, well, see you in a few… my friend 😉

Infinite peace and wisdom!


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22 thoughts on “Please Stay Tuned / How I Learned I Need Insulin To Live

  1. Wow, I’m sure that is a lot to take in. Thank you for your honesty and willingness to share during this vulnerable time. I’m sure you will be able to express the experience in a way that will help you and so many others on similar journeys. My love and prayers go out to you. You are never alone. You are protected and loved!

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  2. Hi, Hope you are feeling much better now, what a shock for you, another detail for you to deal with, you will be fine, you are strong and will adapt I am sure.Sending you lots and lots of positive energy, Have a good week-end
    Brooke

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