I was diagnosed as a type 2 in 2007 with an A1c of 10.0. At that time I was advised that I should try and get my A1c to under 7.0 in order to avoid complications. 3 months later my A1c was 6.6 … at which time I was told that I should get it to under 6.0 in order to avoid complications … 4 months later my A1c was 5.8 and has remained with in 0.1 of that for the past 6 1/2 years.
1 year ago I developed neuropathy in my feet and legs that has effected my my balance to the point it is very difficult to walk.
This afternoon I was told by my opthamologist that I have the beginning stages of retinopathy …
Giving up? NEVER!
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