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Question of the day
Which of the following celebrities/professional athletes were you aware had a personal connection to T1D? Select all that apply! If you know of others, please share in the comments.
Are you married to someone living with type 1 diabetes?
After you've had what you consider a very low blood glucose reading (usually a reading between 50 mg/dl or 2.8 mmol/l and 60 mg/dl or 3.3 mmol/l), how long does it take for you to feel like you've fully recovered?
When you’re experiencing high blood glucose, what symptoms do you typically experience? Select all that apply!
When you're experiencing low blood glucose, what symptoms do you typically experience? Select all that apply!
How often do you need to ration your insulin supplies because you’re concerned you could not afford to use it as prescribed? If you're comfortable share more about your experience in the comments.
When you have an overnight low or high that you need wake up to treat, how often does your spouse or romantic partner also wake up?
If you use an insulin pump, where do you get your insulin pump supplies from?
If you use a Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM), where do you get your CGM supplies from?
On a scale of 1-5, how much are your personal relationships (social and intimate) affected by living with T1D? (5 = the most affected, 1 = the least affected)
In a typical week, how often are you woken up by your CGM or other diabetes-related alarms (such as, for a low or a high alert)?
If you’re a caregiver of a child living with type 1, how often do you wake your child up when they need a low snack in the middle of the night?
If you’re a caregiver of a child living with type 1, how often do you wake your child up in the middle of the night when they need a correction dose?
It is recommended to use an insulin vial or pen within 28 days of opening it, but not everyone can discard unused insulin. What do you do with your unused insulin after it’s been open for more than 28 days?