Protecting Yourself Against Insulin Shock in the First Trimester of Pregnancy With Diabetes
Katherine Marple |
Sep 27, 2011 |
A couple of factors lead to increased risk of insulin shock comas during the first trimester. For many, insulin sensitivity increases and the pancreas isn't yet producing the hormones associated with insulin resistance. In addition, many type 1s will be taken off of their current basal insulin if it is not yet approved for use during pregnancy.
Readers: Type 1 Indy Racer Charlie Kimball Needs Your Votes NOW!
Diabetes Health Staff |
Aug 10, 2011 |
Charlie Kimball, the first and only driver with type 1 diabetes in the history of the Indy Racing League to race cars at its highest level, needs your help: Just as when he's racing, Kimball finds himself neck-in-neck in a competition. In this case, he's looking to win the Firestone Tire-iffic Award and you can help him out by voting for him---but you only have till Thursday, August 11, to do so.
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