Caleb was quite eager to respond to this, but he started to struggle for ideas after number five.
1. Changing my Pod
2. Changing DexCom
3. Having to wake up in the middle of the night to change my Pod
4. Feeling low
5. Not being able to eat right away when I’m high
6. Having to always prick myself
7. Feeling lousy when I’m high
8. Having to explain myself to other people who ask me what I’m doing when I’m checking my sugar
9. Having to deal with my blood sugar in weird places and weird positions like at a party
10. Having to change my Pod every other day
That’s Caleb’s list, now I’m going to insert my voice on this one. I think the thing that I hate most about diabetes is that even when you follow all the rules, and you’ve spent countless – and I mean countless – hours analyzing data, trends, etc., and you put forth more effort than you’ve ever put into anything in your life, you still fail to achieve the desired results. If diabetes played fairly, it would still be a royal pain in you-know-what, but it would be much less so.