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Ali
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Ali

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Ali was last seen:
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    1. Megnyc
      Megnyc
      Hi, Sorry just saw your message :). I'm still learning how to navigate the forums.
      Anyway, yes my entire pancreas was removed. Which comes with some issues but the diabetes is the biggest. Thanks for your kind words though. -Megan
    2. Megnyc
      Megnyc
      Hi there,
      Sorry, figured I should at least attempt to keep the previous thread semi-on topic.

      The anti-rejection meds are a big issue and what I am doing right now is working pretty well.

      I have met plenty of people in similar positions though they are usually much older and lost their pancreas's (pancrei?) for reasons other then cancer.

      I know I complain a decent amount on this forum but all things considered my life going pretty well right now. Diabetes is annoying (as I am sure you know..) but I am doing well in school and just enjoying college like a typical person my age.

      If things get harder I may consider a transplant but for now I am pretty happy. Also, wow 41 years with type 1-- that is impressive.

      Best wishes,
      Meg
    3. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      Thank you, that was very kind.
    4. Lisa P.
      Lisa P.
      Thanks! Never saw the number on food absorption peaking. That helps.
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    Location:
    NW
    Occupation:
    Mom to three
    Who has diabetes?:
    I do (type 1)
    Does your family have celiac?:
    No
    Mom, Type one 36 years, pump, cgms

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