Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Bye Bye . . .

I visited the Dr. yesterday and got some good news.

I no longer have to take insulin, just oral medication twice a day.
The Dr. thinks in time I won't even have to take pills.


It's been a rough road since October 6th.
I'm so thankful for improved health!


Unknown said...

hi, carol!
good for you, at least the pain of injecting is gone already.

take care always!

Becky K. said...

That is wonderful news. My Dad used to have to give himself three injections a day. I'll never forget the intrusion of diabetes. So happy that you are on the road to recovery.


Anonymous said...

Hi Carol! Hallelujah! This is fantastic news! I'm so happy for you.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Cindy said...

Praise God! No one wants this disease. In my case, no one would want to have gone through what I went through. You have to keep telling yourself to be thankful for what is good about your life. I have a precious little grand nephew with type 1 diabetes. He was diagnosed at age 7 and is now ten. It's rough. Aren't you glad we have the Lord to help us get through life!!!

Elena said...

That is wonderful news! The Lord is good!

Ginger said...

How did you do it? I want to get rid of insulin too. One of the oral drugs I take I have to get out of Canada cause it is so expensive in the US.

Sue said...

Giving thanks for this good news Carol, as my dad was diabetic and took shots! Praying that you will not have to take pills too. Thanks for sharing with us.

Patsy said...

Well I am so happy for you. God love you.

Christine said...

Awesome! Great news. Our 34 year old son takes insulin shots four times a day. He has been diabetic since the age of 15. I am so praying for a cure.

Vee said...

Now that is a very good word indeed. I'm so happy for you!

Opie Dawn said...

YAY! I am so thankful for your recovery and pray for continued health.
Love you,