So far, I've noticed that a lot of people on here were diagnosed after they've had a normal life without diabetes, usually in their teens or adult years.
But has anyone else there only known this life, with no memory's before diabetes?
Personally, I was diagnosed with type 1 one week after my first birthday, everybody decided to take me to the hospital when I wasn't even coherent, and I was off the charts high. Luckily for me, it runs in the family so my dads side knew a lot about it.
I've never known a life without diabetes and I personally don't like it. I know it must be hard to just have to change your life for this, but sometimes I wish that I could have a life where I didn't need to sit out of gym because I'm low or stay home from the party because my bloods high.
Is there anybody else who knows what it's like to have always stood out because of this?
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