I was in a hospital for seven days.
I had a blood test and then had to take an anti-rheumatoid drug to keep me on the good side.
I didn’t want to have the disease and my body wasn’t able to handle it.
I’ve now been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes and now have to live with the effects of the disease.
I am living with the consequences of a disease that has affected my life and I need the help of a medication to make it go away.
It’s a hard life for many people.
I know there are other people with similar experiences and this is the first time I’ve ever talked about my experience with diabetes in a way that is relatable to those of us who have the condition.
I don’t want it to be just me.
I want people to know that you are not alone and there are people out there who are also struggling with this disease and that you can get help if you want it.
My family and I have been living with diabetes for five years.
It’s been a constant struggle for us.
I would be on a medication and then have to have a blood pressure test and I would end up losing the medication.
I have no control over my blood pressure and it’s very difficult for me to get out of bed.
I’m still not sure how long I will be in the hospital.
I was lucky enough to have one of the best doctors I’ve had and he told me it was okay to stay in the ICU for a week and that he wouldn’t be able to take any more medication for two weeks.
I think he was right.
I got home to a new life and new life has turned into a nightmare.
I can’t walk.
I cannot get my feet up to walk.
My knees are weak and I am constantly on crutches.
My vision is blurry.
I struggle to even read a newspaper.
I don’t know how I would go about getting the medication if I didn´t have diabetes.
I used to walk all day, go to the store, and go to work.
It was great.
I’d never get sick.
I couldn’t have the diseases side effects.
I still have a great life, but it’s hard for me and I know it’s because of the medication that I have to put up with it.
When you are in a place like that, you feel like you are drowning.
I wake up at 6 a.m. and I can barely get up.
I feel like I can never get out.
The medications I was on just made it worse.
I needed a new blood test to make sure I was taking the medication correctly.
I also needed a different blood test every day and I still couldn’t get that.
I would tell myself I was doing okay.
I took the medication, I was getting better and I was working.
I thought I would live and get better.
But then I lost all of my strength and my feet.
I lost my ability to walk, I couldn´t get up on my own, and then it started affecting my vision.
It made it harder for me as well.
The doctors told me to take a blood-pressure test once every four weeks.
They said I was a very good candidate for the blood-sugar monitoring program and they wanted to give me a free test every six weeks.
And I was like, that sounds amazing!
So I did.
I did it and I did very well.
I never got tired, never got sick.
My blood pressure dropped.
I could see better.
I even had a new test every two weeks and it was the best thing that ever happened to me.
I went from being a healthy, active person to a diabetic in just a couple of weeks.
It took me a while to figure out what was going on and how I was feeling.
It didn’t take long to figure that out.
I had been diagnosed six months earlier.
I really didn’t know anything about diabetes.
We were in the same hospital, we shared the same bed, and my blood sugar was about the same as yours.
I just thought, I’m going to lose my blood sugars because I have diabetes, I have the same blood type as you, and I’m gonna need a different medication for it.
So, I took an anti rheumatotic medication for the first three months of my treatment.
I only had it for about a month.
I started to lose weight and I started feeling better.
Then I had to start taking the new medication every six to nine weeks.
The new medication was a combination of medications that I was told I should be on.
I hadn’t taken any of the other medication before and the new medications didn’t help at all.
I wanted to know why this medication didn’t work.
I figured, this could be my new medication and I needed to get it.
And that’s when I started taking the old medication.
My doctor told me I had Type 2.I