A Day in the Life of a Type 1 Diabetic

A Day In The Life Of A Type 1 Diabetic

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A Day In The Life Of A Type 1 Diabetic

I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 22 years old in July 2012. I've been on Levemir since December 2012 and Novolog since January 2013. I am not a perfect t1, nor am I a doctor. I don't test as often as I should, I make guesses on carb counts, but I'm still alive and have a pretty decent a1c.

A Day In The Life Of A Type 1 Diabetic

Insulin is a crutch, not a cure.

A Day In The Life Of A Type 1 Diabetic

A Day in the Life of a Type 1 Diabetic

I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 22 years old in July 2012. I've been on Levemir since December 2012 and Novolog since January 2013. I am not a perfect t1, nor am I a doctor. I don't test as often as I should, I make guesses on carb counts, but I'm still alive and have a pretty decent a1c.

Insulin is a crutch, not a cure.

33 comments

  1. That is gross you licked ur finger like That

  2. Love your video! I’m a T2D and I do almost the exact same thing you do,
    except I do check my blood more often. At least 8 times a day.
    I take insulin only (no pills). 18 units of Lantus once a day, and 5 to 8
    units of NovoLog 3 to 4 times a day.

  3. I hope you’ve gotten a Dexcom constant glucose monitor. I’m taking Levemir
    and Apidra. My blood glucose is 5.6 a1c. I hope you’re doing good with your
    diabetic care God bless

  4. People, What does it matter if she licks her finger? Whoever said it causes
    infections is a moron. I have been diagnosed with T1D for 17 years and
    always like my finger. I have never got an infection

  5. Have you ever been so low you didn’t know what was going on or wasn’t able
    to do anything? I was recently diagnosed as T1 and I live alone, also I get
    too drunk sometimes. I just hope if I go really low in my sleep or
    something I will wake up.

    • +J Briggs I am T1 diabetic and I am living alone .. It’s a bit risky but
      fortunately I’ve never been so low that I didn’t know what I was doing or
      something like this.

    • +El Jefe I’m type one and also live alone. I recently got on a CGM and it’s
      helped so much! I couldn’t ever tell before when I was low and this helps
      to make sure that I have something helping with that!
      xoxo Lizzy

  6. omg… really… it’s a personal preference. referencing the licking thing.
    I’ve done it once or twice… some has a tissue in their test kit, and some
    wipe on their clothing… not ideal.. but you know what I mean…

    averaging 150 in your video is pretty good… good job.. keep it up.

  7. im only eleven and I had my diabetes when I was 6 .5 years with it!!!but
    luckily I get to eat bisqutes in the middle of class

  8. Do you do your insulin shot in your tummy

  9. Y’all need to calm down. “Don’t lick your finger!” “Get a pump!” It’s her
    body, she’s dealing with this disease and can make her own choices.

  10. I’ve had type 1 diabetes since I was 10 and am now 22. 2 out of 3 of my
    sisters also have it so I know what I’m talking about when I say you are
    doing perfectly fine managing. I lick the blood off my finger when I test
    and I often need to estimate how many carbs are in whatever I’m eating. Its
    just not practical to expect perfection when you’re dealing with a disease
    like this and I just want to say thank you for portraying it as such:D

  11. I don’t get it I lick my finger when I test my blood sugar why is it such a
    big deal

  12. @photograbeitc, keep up the good work. You are doing a great job just
    remember to keep checking blood sugar. One day hopefully there will be a
    cure.

  13. For those of you saying use the pump that doesn’t really make thing any
    easier and better. In fact it can kill you by making your blood sugar go to
    low in your sleep. I am not on the pump and my A1Cs are usually under 6.5
    and I also have a cocaine and alcohol addiction so I am not trying very
    hard to control my diabetes. I also don’t know how your giving yourself 20
    mg of Levimir at 140 then going to sleep. I weight 180lbs and would have a
    seizure in my sleep if I did that.

  14. I’ve hated to have to give myself insulin in public so I invested in a pump

    • nathaliexgrace

      How come you didn’t go to the restroom to do the injection? Did they not
      have one?

    • +Nathalie Torres Why should she have to? A normal person doesn’t have to go
      to the bathroom to give themselves insulin so why should someone with
      diabetes?

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  16. BenderWorthSkits

    when you do become diebetic, when can you Gen the pump so you don’t have to
    use the shots.

  17. Hi Abby I’m Abby the type one I’m Abby the type one too

  18. I never knew the tip about rubbing the finger to help the blood get to the
    surface. It makes sense but I never knew. I will try. Thanks. I’m also type
    1.

  19. ealmstead fc the wreck

    me to im 8 and diabetic

  20. I have diabetes it is hard to be 10 and having it puts a lot of pressure
    and I lick m blood and I am type 1

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