Here's a short clip of removing my cgm sensor, although the video is only a couple seconds long removing these sites can take well over 20 minutes, as you can see at the end my skin is left red and irritated from the tape, normally I'd use an oil to help get the tape off but I was out that day 😅
Counting this as my food post because ... it's Friday and margs 🙌🍸 Y'all this place has VANILLA MARGARITAS!!! So flipping good 😍 Also, not included in my 10 day cut 😂 but I can reminensce, right ? 😂 What's your favorite Marg flavor?! 😍👇👇 .
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For those unfamiliar with Diabetes these mean nothing, and even those who do know Diabetes but don't 'live it' can't possibly understand what this roller coaster feels like.
These numbers indicate low blood sugars. What does that mean? In short, I'm fighting for my life.
Some people will ask, "why did you let that happen? Why didn't you do something to prevent it?" Others will simply shrug it off, thinking "Diabetes is no big deal, why are you complaining?" Those people are ignorant.
Diabetes is massively complicated and complex. ESPECIALLY Type 1. I am vigilant in my care, I measure my food and do insane math calculations to try and ratio my carbs to insulin...without killing myself. That's right, the very thing that keeps my alive and allows my body to operate 'normally' can also kill me. And that's no joke, it's not me overreacting. It is the truth.
I'm grateful to be up and mobile this morning, even if I feel like I've been hit by a train and dragged for countless miles. And I'm very lucky to have someone who gets up in the night when I'm soaked in sweat and incoherent. Love you, Colin.