This is one of the best articles I have read on explaining why so many woman have bigger issues with treating their diabetes. http://www.everydayhealth.com/diabetes/why-di...
"Evidence indicates that diabetes — a disease that affects some 371 million people worldwide — takes a greater toll on women than men. Women's hormones account for some of the unique challenges women face, but other societal factors might also account for certain differences."
I am not saying it's an excuse for us ladies to let things go, but it can be a point of discussion with your care team as to why you may be struggling so much with different things than our male members here.
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