The only reason I have this blog is to give you some insight into my journey as a patient, friend, and colleague. I am here to talk about how I navigate chronic illness throughout my life and why the health care industry is such a difficult place for me to thrive.
At the time of this writing I am a 30-year-old single woman living in central Illinois. I have Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and some other health issues that I need to manage throughout my life. I’m also married with a 3-year-old daughter. I’m really happy that I had the opportunity to share this with you.
I have talked about this topic a lot, but I think its important to share my story like this because I have a lot in common with a lot of people who have diabetes. I have to keep careful track of all the different medications I take, and the different kinds of insulin that I take, and the foods that I eat. It’s really important to me that someone I know understands how difficult it is to navigate through these chronic diseases.
I was diagnosed with diabetes as a teenager, and it was really difficult to keep track of all the different daily medicines I needed. For years I kept checking my blood sugar every morning. I was always hungry, and having diabetes made it harder to eat healthy. I was on blood sugar medications, but I was always hungry.
In general, it’s important to keep healthy eating habits, to exercise, and to stay away from unhealthy behaviors so that you’re not on your own. This is the reason why I was so interested in studying diabetics, because if you don’t understand the causes of your diseases, you can’t cure them, and you can get sicker and sicker.
The problem with diabetes is that it can lead to more serious disease in the future, like eye or kidney disease. If youre on blood sugar medications, your body can sometimes have a hard time telling what medicines youre on and when youre going to need a dosage. This leads to insulin resistance, which can lead to heart disease or stroke. Diabetes also leads to problems with blood pressure and heart rate.
Now you can’t get the medicine your doctor gave you. You need to go to a pharmacy and buy it from another person you’ve never met. Once you do this, you’ll no longer be able to take your blood sugar medications (which are a very important part of your diabetes management).
The same prescription you get from your doctor, a generic drug.
The good news is that you dont need a prescription to get your medication to your doctor, so it is much easier.
Once you go to a pharmacy, you can go to a pharmacy that will put you in touch with a person who can give you the medicine. The problem is that you can’t go to the same pharmacy that gives you the medicine. You have to go to a pharmacy that you know will give you that medicine.