hello group, I'm really for the last three months my morning sugar been 150, and people call me fat, but what I do I eat some more and drink a water. And I notice my eyes bloodshot and water. I think it's allergies but I will go to the doctors in August. Thanks to Obama you have wait to get seen. I'm going to the eye doctor this Friday
What does your title of your post mean? Did you die today? Did your sugar reach 600? Obama is not stopping you from taking care of yourself. You are very confused. You say you will go to the doctors for allergies in August because your eyes and bloodshot now. Then you say you will see the eye doctor this Friday. Try a site for overweight people who keep eating more and don't try to control their blood sugar. Stop wasting our time.
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Your posts are very confusing and upsetting. If there were still moderators here they would put "TRIGGER" in your subject line.
I agree with all other posters. Please find help elsewhere. This is not the site for you.
sorry for a manic episode that I had today. Yes I was scared and was thinking what , it's part of my mental condition. I just have to work harder.I'm sorry group, but I feel better now, yes it was high my sugar that's the reason I post that way. I'll leave you alone but remember I work harder. PS I'm not dying I just scared and manic. I'm okay I called the warline feel better and eat healthy
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