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Old 02-10-2016, 08:53 PM   #3
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If you have a diabetic nurse it would be good to discuss this with her to learn to stabilise your blood sugar during this time.

The sexual health clinic would also be able to advise you as they were very good with me when I was being treated with seizure medication and some birth control wasn't appropriate for me. My sister also went there as she has an autoimmune disorder and some contraception isn't appropriate for her either. I have found that the sexual health team are very knowledgeable about and both control that is appropriate while also suffering other illnesses.

It's very important you manage your blood sugars well. Type 1 diabetes can be devastating if not managed well, so it would be good information for you to know. And finding a way to keep your blood sugars stable could also help with your mood and general wellbing x

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