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    High BS Issues - Anyone else have the same?
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    swiles23 posted:
    I was diagnosed with type 1 a few years back and have never really worked on getting my bs under control. Has anyone ever seen a correlation between high bs and having smells bother them? I've battled for a long while now with having odors be offensive to me when no one else seems to notice them. I didn't know if this had anything to do with my chronic high bs. I also have noticed that I'm very irritable all of the time and since I homeschool my 3 children I would love to feel happy and relaxed. I'm not sure if that has to do with my high bs or if I'm just bored with my life. I know I should work on keeping my numbers under control but I just don't have the motivation to do it. I know I should since I have a loving husband and 3 wonderful children. I know I'm being negative and I'm sorry for that but I just don't feel like I can be positive right now. If anyone feels the same or has a way of getting through this please let me know.
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    mrscora01 responded:
    Don't try to fix everything all at once. Try starting to test a bit more and take your insulin more consistently. There are a couple of excellent books you can read called "Think Like a Pancreas" and " Using Insulin". Both of these will help you get a handle on things. I know it's hard, but you can fall into the habit of taking good care of yourself. If not for you, then for your family.

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    An_249669 responded:
    I am a type 1 diabetic. My feet were going to be amputated. until I found a simple way to stop that from happening. That was march 2011. I still have them. And they are healthy. if you are a diabetic you need to read saveyourfeetDOTwordpressDOTcom
     
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    mrscora01 replied to An_249669's response:
    Read your blog. The feeling of cold could also simply be nerve damage. Be careful with too much exercise as you may not feel things like blisters.


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