I'm new to this site so if this topic has come up before, sorry. So, here's my story, and I'm sticking to it! Been type 1 over 40 years and doc says i'm in better shape than one would expect after so long. But, I don't think so. I test about 7 times a day minimum, wear pump, eat really smartly, and still the bgs are all over the map. My lows are scarry-low and I probably sleep through a few a week. My highs are too high—the meter says "high" which means over 500. My A1cs go up and down and then up again. Just wondering here…how do you cope with working really hard, following the rules, and getting negative feedback from the blood tests? Thanks!
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