Re: It’s all your fault…

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Anonymous
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Im new to this site so hello everyone!

This program really annoyed me also; what annoys me the most is because i am overwieght people automatically presume it caused my diabetes and programs like this dont help !!

With regard to the level of NHS care ive never seen the same diabetic nurse twice (they all tell me something different each time) and my GP has fully admitted she is not that clued up on diabatese. I have never been refered to any specialist; i was literally tested on the type 2 drugs these did nothing for 5 days as my blood sugar continued to rise to about 38 in the end. Then i was given my insulin in a non diabetic ward (as the diabetic ward was full) and told how to inject then checked out.