To insulin or not to insulin
The Insulin worked wonders for me except for one pesky little problem that had little to do with Insulin but it happened to be a critical component in my D care.
I have a phobia for needles.
To Inject Insulin, you need a needle and I would have to be tied down to a chair just to take my daily Insulin Injections.
(My phobia for diabetes blog post from a few months ago can explain my Insulin conundrum in greater detail.)
I have always wished I could master enough courage to stay on Insulin, myth be damned because I believe it is the best way to manage my disease and I honestly see Insulin therapy being the direction I am headed to sooner rather than later. Recent events with the endocrinologist is firmly cementing this belief.
I have been trying to think of ways to circumvent the insulin delivery needle, like maybe using an Insulin pump instead, I have received mixed feedback on that end and I am still researching.
Some technological breakthrough’s in Insulin delivery devices are a God sent. The world smallest nano needle for example would simply make my Insulin intake a breeze.
So I think I will have to have a chat with the Endocrinologist about adding Insulin on my follow up next week, meanwhile, I have to let go of my phobia’s, take the plunge on an insulin therapy because the ultimate goal is achieving a synergy with every tool available for effective D management.
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