GlucoStories – Inspirational Diabetes Stories

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May 12, 2010

My Son the Diabetic

By ADW|2017-05-01T08:59:04-04:00Updated: May 12th, 2010|Diabetes Management, GlucoStories|0 Comments

My story is similar to others. Around Christmas 1994, my son was only 2 1/2, when we noticed that he was behaving very differently. We experienced the terrible thirst and the myriad trips to the bathroom. One night, December 27, 1994 I looked at him and was amazed as to how much weight he had lost.

May 12, 2010


By ADW|2017-06-22T11:09:23-04:00Updated: May 12th, 2010|Diabetes Management, GlucoStories|0 Comments

It all started when I went to my long-time doctor for my yearly exam. I asked if he thought there would be any benefit to my seeing a dietician. I’d tried for many years to lose weight. I’d have success followed by a halt to the losing, followed by frustration and subsequently more weight gain.

May 10, 2010

Timid Diabetic

By ADW|2017-06-22T11:15:41-04:00Updated: May 10th, 2010|Diabetes Management, GlucoStories|0 Comments

For me, I always knew that I would be dealing with the D-word sooner or later. My mother is a type 1 diabetic for many many years. My younger brother was diagnosed with type 1 when he was only 17.

May 8, 2010

Getting to Know the Real Me

By ADW|2017-05-01T08:48:16-04:00Updated: May 8th, 2010|Diabetes Management, GlucoStories|0 Comments

it was 1995 when i got Type 1 Diabetes, i was only 5 about to be 6 i don't even remember what happen, i was to young but i knew my mom and dad knew what was wrong and what was going on with me, my doctors told them that i was type 1 diabetic.

Mar 2, 2010

Diabetes Wont Take My Love, Happiness and Hope

By ADW|2017-05-01T08:48:20-04:00Updated: March 2nd, 2010|Diabetes Management, GlucoStories|0 Comments

My name is Trisha Mullins I was very young when I was first diagnosed with Juvenile Diabetes and didn’t know why I was dying. They never knew what was wrong with me until I ended up in the hospital. I remember telling the ones closest to me goodbye. My blood sugars had been over one-thousand when […]

Feb 21, 2010


By ADW|2017-05-01T08:59:09-04:00Updated: February 21st, 2010|Diabetes Management, GlucoStories|0 Comments

In the Spring of 1998, I had a love affair with my bathroom. I could not stop peeing… ever! It was constant. And if you asked me to drink a gallon of water or juice, I could swig it down in a matter of minutes.

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