#dsma Transcript

Healthcare social media transcript of the #dsma hashtag. (). See #dsma Influencers.

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DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
To get #dsma started, please introduce yourself. Name, connection to #diabetes, & your best fashion faux pas.
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @DiabetesSocMed To get #dsma started, please introduce yourself. Name, connection to #diabetes, & your best fashion faux pas.
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
RT @DiabetesSocMed: Getting ready for #dsma chat. Topic: Where do you "wear" your #diabetes? Intriguing, yes?
Dr. Richard Billard @1medical2news
RT @DiabetesSocMed: Getting ready for #dsma chat. Topic: Where do you "wear" your #diabetes? Intriguing, yes?
Dr. Richard Billard @1medical2news
RT @DiabetesSocMed: @RoseC_Tomato Your enthusiasm is contagious (unlike #diabetes, which is not). #dsma
Dr. Richard Billard @1medical2news
RT @DiabetesSocMed: To get #dsma started, please introduce yourself. Name, connection to #diabetes, & your best fashion faux pas.
Pancreassassin @pancreassassin
Courtney, T1 for 16 years, and I am one giant fashion faux pas. #dsma
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
Karen, T1D for nearly 20 years, blogging at http://t.co/MDokZEKTiL. Faux pas: in high school, I had creases ironed into my *jeans* #dsma
Hannah @diabeticgymnast
#bgnow 109 Time #dsma !
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
This is @KellyRawlings moderating. Type 1 since circa 1973. The plaid halter top worn over red turtleneck, age 8 was sweeeet. #dsma
Heather Gabel, PWD @heathergabel
RT @DiabetesSocMed: Getting ready for #dsma chat. Topic: Where do you "wear" your #diabetes? Intriguing, yes?
Mel Murray @otternot
Hi ya, hoping I can keep it together long enough to enjoy your company ... for the next hour tweets will all be about Diabetes #warned #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
Carrie, T1 for 7.5 years, I don't know... I did have a phase where I wore jean overalls ALL THE TIME #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
Hi all! Rose here, T2 for 4 yrs, GF of @Kirbman101& the fact that I'm 23 years old & still live in sweat pants most days is a faux pas #dsma
Brian S @kirbman101
Brian, T1, I justdon't understand most fashion #dsma
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
I'm Liz. Been a T1D since 2006. Fashion faux pas? I'm a fashionista all the time. ;) #dsma
Jessica Gourley @jgouru
Jessica, T1D 19 years, first #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @Kirbman101: Brian, T1, I justdon't understand most fashion #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
Hi. Jeff here. Living with #T1D since 1984. Fashion? I don't know that word ;) #dsma
Denise Pasko @deniseapasko
Hi #dsma-mom of 7yr.old #t1d daughter. On omnipod & Dex. We do our best to be stylish with T1D-always looking for the prettiest accessories!
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
@jgouru Welcome to #dsma!
Nancy Quinn @nancyquinn
How come I am not seeing the place to enter my tweet at the top of #twitterchat? All I get is the feed. #dsma Help!
TSC @thirdsectormke
How come I am not seeing the place to enter my tweet at the top of #twitterchat? All I get is the feed. #dsma Help!
Local First MKE @localfirstmke
How come I am not seeing the place to enter my tweet at the top of #twitterchat? All I get is the feed. #dsma Help!
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
PS: Please remember to welcome our new friends. #dsma
Mel Murray @otternot
I'm Melissa, T1D 35 year, 2 mths pumping, all my fashion is faux pas #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
Jenn here, living with T1 for 9 years, blog at http://t.co/mhlNy7eprB best fashion faux pas, knee high socks w/dress & clogs. #dsma
Dan Fleshler @fleshlerd
Dan here. T!D since 1962. Biggest fashion faux pas was not realizing people judged each other by their clothes 'til I was in my 30s.#dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
Jamie, T1 #diabetes 25 years *gasp*, married to an awesome T2,blog http://t.co/58dxo8Cofn & visible pump tubing is my fashion faux pas #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @lauschgirl: Hi #dsma-mom of 7yr.old #t1d daughter. On omnipod & Dex. We do our best to be stylish with T1D-always looking for the prett
Amy - Diabetes x 2 @amydiabetesx2
Amy-T2D since March 2012 and daughter T1D since Jan 2010. Had GD with 2nd pregnancy. Fashion-I'm a statistics professor - enough said #dsma
PenTrim.com @pentrim
RT @DiabetesSocMed: #dsma: encouraging people w/ #diabetes to converse about managing life & the condition, 140 characters at time. Starts
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Inspired by late Richard Rubin, PhD, CDE: "Wear #diabetes on your sleeve." Not in front (gets in way), not behind (can ignore). #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
@Kirbman101 I hear ya #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @fleshlerd: Dan here. T!D since 1962. Biggest fashion faux pas was not realizing people judged each other by their clothes 'til I was in
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
@InkStain_D Full-frontal tubing is not a fashion faux pas! It's fashion badassery #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
RT @DiabetesSocMed: To get #dsma started, please introduce yourself. Name, connection to #diabetes, & your best fashion faux pas.
Shara Bialo @sharasays
Hi #dsma! I'm Shara, T1Dx20yrs and training to be a pedi endo (http://t.co/Xaq4lnovsk). My fashion faux pas is the lump/bumps of pump/cgm ;)
T1diabeticgurl @t1diabeticgurl
Sydney, T1 11 years. In high school I wore flip flops year round including in the snow #dsma
Brianna @aclassydiabetic
My Name is Brianna, TID for almost 2 years, my fashion faux pas is colored shortalls I wore as a kid #dsma #90skid
OSU⚓LSW @sugargfree
RT @KellyRawlings: Best t-shirt ever! TY Laura, Jill, & Alison \m/ \m/ @BluntLancet #dsma #diabetes http://t.co/PpyVMPJlov
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Ready for the first question? #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
Perfect!!
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
Gabby, T1D for almost ten years and my fashion faux is that I wear leggings as pants. #SorryNotSorry #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Q1 Where do you "wear" your #diabetes, & why? #dsma
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
Hi #dsma! Im steve, T1 for almost 15 years--I climb things (rocks and mountains primarily) and I enjoy blue nailpolish on #Bluefridays.
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @DiabetesSocMed Q1 Where do you "wear" your #diabetes, & why? #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
@DiabetesSocMed Hey #dsma. Brian here T2 no blog no life NJ
Brian S @kirbman101
I wear my diabetes on dogtags #dsma
Pancreassassin @pancreassassin
I wear my diabetes on my waistband (pump) and on a few T shirts. I also have a bracelet or two. #dsma
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
MT @DiabetesSocMed... "Wear #diabetes on your sleeve." Not in front (gets in way), not behind (can ignore). #dsma
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
Q1. I wear my diabetes every time I am in blue! It's for a reason. Also diabetes is all up in my purse. :) #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @Kirbman101: I wear my diabetes on dogtags #dsma
Shara Bialo @sharasays
Q1: Pump is in pocket or clipped to bra; CGM is almost always on tummy. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @Pancreassassin: I wear my diabetes on my waistband (pump) and on a few T shirts. I also have a bracelet or two. #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
@LivingVertical Hey Steve!! Sparkly blue polish? Or royal blue? #Bluefridays #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
Hi, I'm Kelly, t1 diabetesaliciousness blogger. My worst fashion FauxP? Garanimals, shoulder pads, bike shorts - Take your pick! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @xXLovelyLizXx: Q1. I wear my diabetes every time I am in blue! It's for a reason. Also diabetes is all up in my purse. :) #dsma
Kerri / Diabetes @sixuntilme
Late for #dsma!
Brooks @t1brooks
Brooks, T1 15 years #DSMA
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
Q1. Well, literally I wear it on my medical ID bracelet & a t-shirt. Figuratively, I wear it every time I test/inject in public #dsma
Pancreassassin @pancreassassin
I have a purse shaped like a can of Diet Coke. That might count as wearing my diabetes, too. <3 #dsma
Jessica Gourley @jgouru
I wear my #diabetes on my pants pockets #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
Pump's usually in my pocket and I have a few bracelets/blue shirts for Fridays! #dsma
Nancy Quinn @nancyquinn
Ah, I wasn't signed in to tweetchat. All fixed now. #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
Very late.... too much to do... so little time! #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
Q1 Pump is clipped to waistband or on bra. Cgm is clipped to the other side or in a pocket. #dsma
Marie Smith @cellobard
if you are on TweetChat, click Sign In. The button is the upper right hand corner. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @Pancreassassin: I have a purse shaped like a can of Diet Coke. That might count as wearing my diabetes, too. <3 #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
RT @SweeterCherise:
Shara Bialo @sharasays
@sixuntilme Hiii #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @RoseC_Tomato: Q1. Well, literally I wear it on my medical ID bracelet & a t-shirt. Figuratively, I wear it every time I test/inject in
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
I also wear it wherever I accidentally get a gusher that leaves a blood dot on my clothes :S #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
Q1. I wear it on my wrist and in my heart
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
Happy Diaversary @nancyquinn !!!! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @nancyquinn: Ah, I wasn't signed in to tweetchat. All fixed now. #dsma
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
Q1 #dsma I wear it everywhere really--People always ask "what do you do" and Im always happy to explain about #diabetes and #project365
Mel Murray @otternot
Hmm, used to always be hidden, but now I let my pump hang out occasionally #causeIcan RT Q1 Where do you "wear" your #diabetes, why? #dsma
Marie Smith @cellobard
I wear my pump in one pocket and my Dexcom clipped to my other pocket. #dsma
Dan Fleshler @fleshlerd
Q:1. I often "wear diabetes" on my face, as in my expression after I shout 'WTF!" in public after an inexplicable BG test result #dsma
Amy - Diabetes x 2 @amydiabetesx2
I wear it well :) most of the time at least. #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
This!! RT @BrianKurzweil: Q1. I wear it on my wrist and in my heart
Denise Pasko @deniseapasko
#dsma just switched to Omnipod so daughter could be a little more comfortable-less to carry. New Dex G4 is nicer too-smaller.
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
@sixuntilme waving hi to Kerri #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
I wear #diabetes on my waistband (pump), wrist (alert bracelet). Stomach (when I bother w/CGM). Oh, and on Friday I wear blue #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @LivingVertical: Q1 #dsma I wear it everywhere really--People always ask "what do you do" and Im always happy to explain about #diabetes
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @diabetesalish: Happy Diaversary @nancyquinn !!!! #dsma
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
@JennMamaBear electric blue! #dsma
Kerri / Diabetes @sixuntilme
I'm Kerri, T1D for 27 yrs, blog at http://t.co/72AN5nDAAx, and my whole closet is a fashion crisis. #dsma
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
Q1 Per Rubin, I wear it in front and behind - but it doesn't get any more in the way than my boobs do or ignored than my tush does. #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
I wear my diabetes on my medical ID bracelet, Shirts and where I wear my pump depends on what I'm wearing that day! #dsma
Kim @kwalendzak
Hi #dsma! I am Kim, wife of T1, Mike. He wears his DM everywhere. Medtronic pump on his waist. Alert bracelet on his wrist.
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Q2 coming up. #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
I wear my diabetes clipped to my hip (#insulinpump,) on my calloused fingertips, in my heart & my bent sense of humor. #dsma
Kerri / Diabetes @sixuntilme
Q1. I wear my diabetes on my wrist (medical alert bracelet), on the Internet (socmed), and on my face when my meter result is whoa. #dsma
Laddie @mnazladdie
@InkStain_D #dsma Same for me:)
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
@diabetesalish high fives Kelly #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @FreakedforDemi: I wear my diabetes on my medical ID bracelet, Shirts and where I wear my pump depends on what I'm wearing that day! #
T1diabeticgurl @t1diabeticgurl
Q1. I wear diabetes on my waistband with my pump. I should probably get a new medical alert bracelet since mine is broke! #dsma
Kerri / Diabetes @sixuntilme
@BrianKurzweil @SharaSays Hi!! :) #dsma
Denise Pasko @deniseapasko
#dsma Q1. As a mom of a T1D - I also really like new Dex G4 because when we are doing things together I can carry receiver for her!
Marie Smith @cellobard
Q1. I attached my medical alert to my Dexcom case so I won't forget it at home. #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
@lauschgirl Neat, I just tried a tubed pump, sort of want to try Omnipod, the tubed pump was sort of difficult for me to deal with. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Q2 When does #diabetes get in your way? #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @t1diabeticgurl: Q1. I wear diabetes on my waistband with my pump. I should probably get a new medical alert bracelet since mine is brok
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @DiabetesSocMed Q2 When does #diabetes get in your way? #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
@LivingVertical Of course! Now if only the electric blue could power pumps and meters...no more batteries. :) #dsma
big papa @fish4fun71
@DiabetesSocMed jami type1.5 since 05. When i was little like around 9 i wore purple jeans with cow boy boots and from ohio #dsma
Marie Smith @cellobard
Q2. Every time I get my pump tubing caught on a doorknob Diabetes gets in my way. :( #dsma
Holly Hillier @hillierholly
Pump is usually in my bra. Or tucked in my pocket! #dsma
Pancreassassin @pancreassassin
I try to not let it get in my way, but it usually does when I have something important to do. #dsma
Brianna @aclassydiabetic
Q1: On my wrist. Always have my ID bracelet on #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
Q1: I wear my diabetes on the inside. That is, after I've checked my BG and injected my insulin. I am a self-contained D-Container :D #dsma
Heather Gabel, PWD @heathergabel
Heather Gabel here! T1 for 11 years. Blog at http://t.co/ZM122PAP82 #dsma
Laddie @mnazladdie
#dsma Q2. Like every second of every minutes of every hour of every day of every year.
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @CelloBard: Q2. Every time I get my pump tubing caught on a doorknob Diabetes gets in my way. :( #dsma
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
Q2. Diabetes is most bothersome..everyday. When I am trying to run around with my five y/o but my sugar is high/low. Real bummer. #dsma
Pancreassassin @pancreassassin
Diabetes usually gets in my way when I try to walk past a doorknob. #dsma
Kerri / Diabetes @sixuntilme
Q2. Diabetes gets in my way sometimes when I exercise, get dressed, drive, walk by a doorknob, have sex, eat lunch, and on Mondays. #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
@BrianKurzweil High five!!! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @betespora: Q1: I wear my diabetes on the inside. That is, after I've checked my BG and injected my insulin. I am a self-contained D-Con
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
Q1. Been wearing this: http://t.co/clBpGIYAB2 and Dexcom on arm and Medicalert #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @aclassydiabetic: Q1: On my wrist. Always have my ID bracelet on #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
Yup...and in the spare time too. RT @MNAZLaddie: #dsma Q2. Like every second of every minutes of every hour of every day of every year.
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @Pancreassassin: I try to not let it get in my way, but it usually does when I have something important to do. #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
Q1: I do have a D-Bracelet that says I have diabetes, just in case. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @sixuntilme: Q2. Diabetes gets in my way sometimes when I exercise, get dressed, drive, walk by a doorknob, have sex, eat lunch, and on
Katie Baughman @emerald110105
#dsma
Mel Murray @otternot
sadly true RT @MNAZLaddie #dsma Q2. Like every second of every minutes of every hour of every day of every year.
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
Q2. Fashion-wise I have to carry a huge purse everywhere with both @Kirbman101's stuff and mine. Not cute clutches for me! :( #dsma
Heather Gabel, PWD @heathergabel
Q2: when it is inconvenient for it to. #dsma
Brianna @aclassydiabetic
Q2: When I go low at inconvenient times...before bed, walking to class, in class, when I'm studying #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
When I
Helen @heltweet
@diabetescounsel Mother to T1 34 yrs, T2 since 2002 Work in Mental Health and #diabetes FashionFauxpas still wearing blue jeansntshirt #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @betespora: Q1: I do have a D-Bracelet that says I have diabetes, just in case. #dsma
Pancreassassin @pancreassassin
Diabetes gets in my way when I'm trying to wear a tight outfit, or when I want to go somewhere without a purse. #dsma
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
Q2 As a time suck. I spend a lot of time tending to it when I could be doing something else. But I don't let it hold me back #dsma
T1diabeticgurl @t1diabeticgurl
Q2. Everyday, but especially when I'm walking and my pump randomly comes unclipped and dangles in front of me. So irritating! #dsma
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
#dsma Q2 Usually it gets in the way psychologically. I know it can't really stop me physically, but it can make me not want to try anymore.
Marie Smith @cellobard
RT @BrianKurzweil When I
Carrie @carrieon21
Q2. When I don't want to wear pants... Or carry a purse #dsma
Shara Bialo @sharasays
Q2: Lows slow me down...most annoying at work (ie with a patient). Makes me feel unprofessional (even though I know that's not fair) #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
Q2 Usually it gets in the biggest way when I'm already running late, or hubby has made a wondedul dinner and I go low before. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @aclassydiabetic: Q2: When I go low at inconvenient times...before bed, walking to class, in class, when I'm studying #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
Q2. But it also gets in the way in any situation I need to concentrate. Want to study? High & groggy. Need to be somewhere? Hypo. #dsma
Brian S @kirbman101
Q2 Any time I want to eat, which is ALL THE TIME #dsma
Katie Baughman @emerald110105
9!years and I wear it between my boobs! Minimed :) To many broken belt clips!! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @SharaSays: Q2: Lows slow me down...most annoying at work (ie with a patient). Makes me feel unprofessional (even though I know that's n
Jessica Gourley @jgouru
#dsma Q2: It gets in the way at the most inappropriate times when I feel like I can't do anything about it!
Laddie @mnazladdie
@JennMamaBear #dsma Your husband cooks!!!
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @_MissCarrieLynn: Q2. When I don't want to wear pants... Or carry a purse #dsma
Marie Smith @cellobard
Q2. When i wear my dexcom sensor on my arm and bonk it on doorways. #dsma
Denise Pasko @deniseapasko
#dsma Q2. When we have a pod failure (site failure) at the most inconvenient times!
Kerri / Diabetes @sixuntilme
@SharaSays I'd bust out glucose tabs in solidarity if you were my doctor and were to go low during my appt. #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
Q2 Diabetes gets in my way when I go low during musical performances! Happened during last years musical! #BadTiming #dsma
Jason Wilder @jasonwild
Hi, I'm Jason age 42 with Type 2 #diabetes, my mother has it too, I also have diabetic neuropathy, heart disease, and #CushingsDisease #DSMA
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
@xXLovelyLizXx Awh! #dsma
Holly Hillier @hillierholly
Type 1 for 24 years. That sounds a lot longer then it feels #dsma
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
@JennMamaBear well it's powering some people so we will have to be responsible for those batteries...for now! #dsma
Kerri / Diabetes @sixuntilme
@emerald110105 Rock and roll with the disco boobs! #dsma #itmakessenseifyouhavediabetes
Mel Murray @otternot
when things are going the best, has a way of reminding me not to get cocky RT @DiabetesSocMed Q2 When does #diabetes get in your way? #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
Q2. Lately it's been pulling down my undies. That pump is on a mission to pull my clothes off :) #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
So, diabetes seems to get in our way physically and mentally sometimes, no matter where we "wear" it. #dsma
Dan Fleshler @fleshlerd
Q2 When I have a hypo in the middle of what is supposed to be a serious, heartfelt conversation and I start singing an aria. #dsma
Hannah @diabeticgymnast
CRAP! I haven't been tagging #dsma !!
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @sixuntilme: @SharaSays I'd bust out glucose tabs in solidarity if you were my doctor and were to go low during my appt. #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
RT @JennMamaBear: This!! RT @BrianKurzweil: Q1. I wear it on my wrist and in my heart
Kim @kwalendzak
Q2 DM gets in my hubbys way when having lows at work, playing sports,or when our 16 month accidentally grabs his pump tubing, ouch! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @lauschgirl: #dsma Q2. When we have a pod failure (site failure) at the most inconvenient times!
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
Q2. Diabetes gets in way when I have low at work or in public. Stubborn lows. Stubborn highs.Conclusion: Diabetes just gets in the way #dsma
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
RT @DiabetesSocMed So, diabetes seems to get in our way physically and mentally sometimes, no matter where we "wear" it. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @SurfaceFine: Q2. Lately it's been pulling down my undies. That pump is on a mission to pull my clothes off :) #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @otternot: when things are going the best, has a way of reminding me not to get cocky RT @DiabetesSocMed Q2 When does #diabetes get in y
Jenn C @jennmamabear
@MNAZLaddie Yup. Not quite half the time, but he is doing more since the nest went empty. #dsma
Hannah @diabeticgymnast
Hannah, Type 1 for 15 years, my socks never match #dsma
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
Q2. I most hate it when I go low during exercise, or middle of the nights, or high while trying to work, or ... you get the idea #dsma
Mel Murray @otternot
.. and PJ's RT @SurfaceFine Q2. Lately it's been pulling down my undies. That pump is on a mission to pull my clothes off :) #dsma
Laddie @mnazladdie
@JasonWIld #dsma Hi Jason. Welcome to #dsma. Sounds like you have a boatload of diabetes cr*p.
Amy - Diabetes x 2 @amydiabetesx2
For me - every time I eat something. For daughter - hard to say. Probably all the time and none of the time too. #dsma
Hannah @diabeticgymnast
Q1 : I wear my pump clipped outside my pocket #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
RT @HeatherGabel: Q2: when it is inconvenient for it to. #dsma
Sharaaa @shara_finch24
RT @Pancreassassin: Diabetes gets in my way when I'm trying to wear a tight outfit, or when I want to go somewhere without a purse. #dsma
Shara Bialo @sharasays
@sixuntilme Love it! But I rarely speak up about the lows, and instead end up rambling slash sweating. I should probably stop that #dsma
Hannah @diabeticgymnast
Q2: DOOR KNOBS. And, when wearing a dress with no where to put the pump. And the 43 inch tubing I ordered by mistake. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Q3 coming up shortly. #dsma PS: I love your brains.
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @amydiabetesx2: For me - every time I eat something. For daughter - hard to say. Probably all the time and none of the time too. #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @scottkjohnson: Q2. I most hate it when I go low during exercise, or middle of the nights, or high while trying to work, or ... you get
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
Yes! I have a draft blog on that! RT @lauschgirl: #dsma Q2. When we have a pod failure (site failure) at the most inconvenient times!
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @InkStain_D: Q2. Diabetes gets in way when I have low at work or in public. Stubborn lows. Stubborn highs.Conclusion: Diabetes just gets
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @DiabetesSocMed: So, diabetes seems to get in our way physically and mentally sometimes, no matter where we "wear" it. #dsma
Dayle Kern @dayle7
Don't go zombie on us now! RT @DiabetesSocMed Q3 coming up shortly. #dsma PS: I love your brains.
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
Q2: Honestly? Pretty much always, but positive thinking dampens that a lot for me. #dsma
Cierra K Maras @cecierrak
RT @DiabetesSocMed: So, diabetes seems to get in our way physically and mentally sometimes, no matter where we "wear" it. #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
@LivingVertical Truth!! Batteries is a small price to pay to spread the knowledge and educate and inspire others. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Inspired by late Richard Rubin, PhD, CDE: "Wear #diabetes on your sleeve." Not in front (gets in way), not behind (can ignore). #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
Q2 When I go low/high during bad times or when walking by doorknobs! #dsma
Dr. Richard Billard @1medical2news
RT @DiabetesSocMed: So, diabetes seems to get in our way physically and mentally sometimes, no matter where we "wear" it. #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @DiabetesSocMed: So, diabetes seems to get in our way physically and mentally sometimes, no matter where we "wear" it. #dsma
Laddie @mnazladdie
@JennMamaBear #dsma Wow, I need to get me one of those. My hubby does his bit by traveling so I don't have to cook
Helen @heltweet
#dsma wear #T2diabetes on my waistline, in generalised pain with no other explanation, in my wallet, in mind and emotions
Cierra K Maras @cecierrak
RT @aclassydiabetic: Q2: When I go low at inconvenient times...before bed, walking to class, in class, when I'm studying #dsma
Holly Hillier @hillierholly
Am I the only one that uses my pump as a flashlight when I go pee at night? #aslazyasitgets #dsma
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
@cecierrak MN in the house! w00t! :-) #dsma
Larry @maindog101
Q1: I don't wear it, I swallow it. T2 fun. Don't forget to take your pills #dsma ]:
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
@BrianKurzweil Oh yeah and it's also very graceful! :D #dsma
reTouch Neuropathy @retouchmd
RT @JasonWIld: Hi, I'm Jason age 42 with Type 2 #diabetes, my mother has it too, I also have diabetic neuropathy, heart disease, and #Cushi
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Q3 When do you tend to ignore #diabetes? #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @MainDog101: Q1: I don't wear it, I swallow it. T2 fun. Don't forget to take your pills #dsma ]:
big papa @fish4fun71
@DiabetesSocMed my pump in my pocket. I also carry a back pack with all my diabetic supplies i might need. Need some kind of id tho .#dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
@MainDog101 How funny! I literally forgot to take all my pills today until like 3PM (Metformin and Welchol) :P oops. #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
@SurfaceFine bwhahaha #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
@HillierHolly I call that ingenious! #dsma
Alaina @rabidillo_
"@Pancreassassin: Diabetes gets in my way when I'm trying to wear a tight outfit, or when I want to go somewhere without a purse. #dsma"
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @fish4fun71: @DiabetesSocMed my pump in my pocket. I also carry a back pack with all my diabetic supplies i might need. Need some kind
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
Q3. When I'm feeling sorry for myself, or am a wee bit depressed. Sometimes diabetes is the cause, sometimes not. #dsma
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
Q3. I try not to ignore the D monster. But when I am very tired. Plum exhausted. I might put in on the back burner for a few hours. #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @scottkjohnson Q3. When I'm feeling sorry for myself, or am a wee bit depressed. Sometimes diabetes is the cause, sometimes not. #dsma
Pancreassassin @pancreassassin
I tend to ignore my diabetes if I'm already asleep. I don't want to wake up and change my set. I don't want to! I'm comfy! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @Dayle7: Don't go zombie on us now! RT @DiabetesSocMed Q3 coming up shortly. #dsma PS: I love your brains.
Bethany Petersen @bpetersenn8
Q3 When I'm with friends or at holiday parties :( it's terrible! #dsma
Laddie @mnazladdie
@HillierHolly #dsma I use my Dexcom sometimes to light the way:)
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @scottkjohnson: Q3. When I'm feeling sorry for myself, or am a wee bit depressed. Sometimes diabetes is the cause, sometimes not. #dsma
Kerri / Diabetes @sixuntilme
Q3. I've tried ignoring diabetes. It went poorly. It's attention-starved. #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
@MNAZLaddie I still have to do all the dishes, but not having to think of what to cook is priceless. #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
Community mtg ran over-- I'm late but so glad to be here. Hope I can catch up #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @Pancreassassin: I tend to ignore my diabetes if I'm already asleep. I don't want to wake up and change my set. I don't want to! I'm com
Shara Bialo @sharasays
Q3: Adolescence ;) And 3am. #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
Q3. I'm finding it harder to ignore than before actually. I feel like I'm getting on people's nerves abt it since it's 24/7! #dsma
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
RT @sixuntilme Q3. I've tried ignoring diabetes. It went poorly. It's attention-starved. #dsma
Em @emily_raleigh
RT @alaina_rabideau: "@Pancreassassin: Diabetes gets in my way when I'm trying to wear a tight outfit, or when I want to go somewhere witho
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @DiabetesSocMed RT @MainDog101: Q1: I don't wear it, I swallow it. T2 fun. Don't forget to take your pills #dsma ]:
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @bpetersen8: Q3 When I'm with friends or at holiday parties :( it's terrible! #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
Q3. I wish I could ignore it all the time, but things would definitely go south FAST #dsma
Mel Murray @otternot
yup, yup, yup! RT @sixuntilme Q3. I've tried ignoring diabetes. It went poorly. It's attention-starved. #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @xXLovelyLizXx RT @sixuntilme Q3. I've tried ignoring diabetes. It went poorly. It's attention-starved. #dsma
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
Q3: BURNOUT, yo. Sometimes I need a mental vacation. No logging, no blogging, no...something else ___gging, I'm sure. #dsma
Karla @iadoreprince
RT @sixuntilme: Q3. I've tried ignoring diabetes. It went poorly. It's attention-starved. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
@StephenSType1 Q3 When do you tend to ignore #diabetes? #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
Q3. When the Dexcom won't shut the F up at night and I'm friggin bg 171 (170 is my high) so i switch to vibrate to sleep #dsma
Brianna @aclassydiabetic
Q3: When I'm too busy having fun with my friends and just want to feel "normal" for a night #dsma
Brian S @kirbman101
Q3 At parties, I'll bolus then ignore it. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @_MissCarrieLynn: RT @xXLovelyLizXx RT @sixuntilme Q3. I've tried ignoring diabetes. It went poorly. It's attention-starved. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @_MissCarrieLynn: Q3. I wish I could ignore it all the time, but things would definitely go south FAST #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @aclassydiabetic Q3: When I'm too busy having fun with my friends and just want to feel "normal" for a night #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @DiabetesSocMed Q3 When do you tend to ignore #diabetes? #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
@HillierHolly As does 29 years for me here #dsma
T1diabeticgurl @t1diabeticgurl
Q.3 When I'm in public and don't want to bring any attention to myself or when I'm comfy in bed and my meter is across the room #dsma
Lisa Decker @lrldec
RT @Pancreassassin: I try to not let it get in my way, but it usually does when I have something important to do. #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
Q3. Seems like I been ignoring a lot lately #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
RT @sixuntilme: Q3. I've tried ignoring diabetes. It went poorly. It's attention-starved. #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
Q3. I'll ignore it most when I'm studying hardcore, which is bad. I'll eat a bag of spicy Cheetos and wonder why my BG is 290. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @aclassydiabetic: Q3: When I'm too busy having fun with my friends and just want to feel "normal" for a night #dsma
Will Rolls @tGroundCrewTX
Q6. I take pride in what I'm ding with my life. I have a wealth of knowledge and experience to draw from. #dsma!
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
@DiabetesSocMed Well, someone's ready for Halloween... #dsma
Jessica Gourley @jgouru
Q3 It's been 19 years but I still get embarrassed and tend to ignore it in front of those who are not diabetic #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
Stephen, T1D 22 years, write at http://t.co/4MmFEs2Uvt , my fashion faux pas? Forgetting to clip my pump outside my belt #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @kahoffman: Q3: BURNOUT, yo. Sometimes I need a mental vacation. No logging, no blogging, no...something else ___gging, I'm sure. #dsma
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
#dsma Q3 When I know that I have done everything I can and I have to just be patient.
Laddie @mnazladdie
#dsma Q3. I never ignore it, but sometimes say WTF and do whatever I want.
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
RT @MNAZLaddie #dsma Q3. I never ignore it, but sometimes say WTF and do whatever I want.
Brian S @kirbman101
RT @aclassydiabetic: Q3: When I'm too busy having fun with my friends and just want to feel "normal" for a night #dsma
Brandi @glitch_9
RT @sixuntilme: Q3. I've tried ignoring diabetes. It went poorly. It's attention-starved. #dsma
Ericka Bryant @erickambryant
RT @scottkjohnson: Q2. I most hate it when I go low during exercise, or middle of the nights, or high while trying to work, or ... you get
Lisa Decker @lrldec
RT @DiabetesSocMed: So, diabetes seems to get in our way physically and mentally sometimes, no matter where we "wear" it. #dsma
Denise Pasko @deniseapasko
#dsma Q3. I can't say I ever ignore it. I'm kinda a type A perfectionist (good for T1D maybe but hubby tells another story! LOL)
big papa @fish4fun71
RT @sixuntilme: Q2. Diabetes gets in my way sometimes when I exercise, get dressed, drive, walk by a doorknob, have sex, eat lunch, and on
Helen @heltweet
@diabetescounsel #dsma as a parent, #T1diabetes STILL gets in my way planning a day holiday outing carbs insulin #notmyresponsibility BUT
Mel Murray @otternot
Q3 I try to ignore when there are yummy things on my plate :) but it rarely stands for being ignored #roar #dsma
Jason Wilder @jasonwild
q3 I haven't been diagnosed very long so I am still learning..#dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @MNAZLaddie: #dsma Q3. I never ignore it, but sometimes say WTF and do whatever I want.
Lisa Decker @lrldec
RT @lauschgirl: #dsma Q2. When we have a pod failure (site failure) at the most inconvenient times!
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @LivingVertical: #dsma Q3 When I know that I have done everything I can and I have to just be patient.
Amber Moriarty @diabetic_ember
#dsma Q3 birthdays
StephenS @stephenstype1
Q1. I wear my diabetes on my belt (my pump), occasionally wearing a blue circle pin, and ALWAYS wearing blue on Friday #bluefridays #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
@SteveWard21 How are doing with Steve? #dsma
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
#dsma Q3 when I am climbing and it's too dangerous to risk a low so I dont correct highs unless they are over 300.
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
RT @Diabetic_Ember #dsma Q3 birthdays
Nancy Quinn @nancyquinn
A3. When the cannula is bent but I think the high is from an wrong bolus and it takes hours to come down. #dsma
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
Q3: Also, I'm betting everyone has a different definition of "ignoring" diabetes. #dsma
Hannah @diabeticgymnast
#dsma Q3: I ignore diabetes when it's set change day, and I don't remember til I'm already in bed!
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
Once in college I was studying for a neuroscience, orgo, & calculus exams & decided to eat a whole bag of mini Reese's cups. Bad idea. #dsma
Anna D'Amelio @annamdamelio
RT @sixuntilme: Q2. Diabetes gets in my way sometimes when I exercise, get dressed, drive, walk by a doorknob, have sex, eat lunch, and on
Brian S @kirbman101
@Diabetic_Ember Unfortunately cake and ice cream are the worse for ignoring diabetes. #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
RT @DiabetesSocMed: Q3 When do you tend to ignore #diabetes? #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
So, we sometimes ignore #diabetes when we're mad, impatient, having fun, wanting to have fun, sad, angry, happy, tired, sleepy ... . #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @nancyquinn A3. When the cannula is bent but I think the high is from an wrong bolus and it takes hours to come down. #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
Q3. Late night...putting off pump site change til AM. #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
Q2. Diabetes gets in the way when I'm ready to go and a nasty low hits. Totally sucks #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
Q3. I most likely to ignore diabetes when I'm busy in real world stuff (when it's most inconvenient) #dontdowhatIdo #badhabit #dsma
Melissa @melllbe
RT @aclassydiabetic: Q3: When I'm too busy having fun with my friends and just want to feel "normal" for a night #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @kahoffman: Q3: Also, I'm betting everyone has a different definition of "ignoring" diabetes. #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @DiabetesSocMed: So, we sometimes ignore #diabetes when we're mad, impatient, having fun, wanting to have fun, sad, angry, happy, tired,
Nancy Quinn @nancyquinn
Re: bent cannula - that might have been A2. When does it get in the way. #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
RT @DiabetesSocMed: So, we sometimes ignore #diabetes when we're mad, impatient, having fun, wanting to have fun, sad, angry, happy, tired,
Pancreassassin @pancreassassin
Oh, I celebrated my B-day this weekend, and I kinda ate/drank like I didn't have D. Things went better than expected. Highest BG 220. #dsma
Katie Baughman @emerald110105
When I'm trying to be spontaneous! Oops wait can't I'm crashing! #denied! #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
Q3 I tried to ignore tonight and wound up feeling guilty and ride my bike 5 miles #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
Oh! Just thought of this, diabetes gets in the way when I've had a whole day of clean eating and BAM, BG is 47. Sigh. #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
@MelllBe Hey Melissa!! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @InkStain_D: Q3. I most likely to ignore diabetes when I'm busy in real world stuff (when it's most inconvenient) #dontdowhatIdo #badhab
Nancy Quinn @nancyquinn
@StephenSType1Agreed! I hate having to correct a low right before bed, but it is better than getting up in the middle of night. #dsma
Lisa Decker @lrldec
RT @DiabetesSocMed: So, we sometimes ignore #diabetes when we're mad, impatient, having fun, wanting to have fun, sad, angry, happy, tired,
Laddie @mnazladdie
RT @RoseC_Tomato: Oh! Just thought of this, diabetes gets in the way when I've had a whole day of clean eating and BAM, BG is 47. Sigh. #d
Mel Murray @otternot
RT @InkStain_D Q3. I most likely to ignore diabetes when I'm busy in real world stuff (when it's most inconvenient) #dontdowhatIdo #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
Q3: I tend to (or try to, at least) ignore #diabetes in that time between waking up from a night's sleep & actually getting out of bed #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
Q3. Not gonna lie-- I ignore #diabetes when I'm depressed. Wish I didn't #dsma
Melissa @melllbe
@_MissCarrieLynn hey hey hey #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @StephenSType1 Q3. Not gonna lie-- I ignore #diabetes when I'm depressed. Wish I didn't #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Q4 is queued up. #dsma
Kim @kwalendzak
Q3 I feel like its something we never ignore,sometimes we forget about it when we get busy&a low usually reminds us to pay attention #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
@MelllBe How are you?! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @BrianKurzweil: Q3 I tried to ignore tonight and wound up feeling guilty and ride my bike 5 miles #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @DiabetesSocMed Q4 is queued up. #dsma
Earth Cadet Steve @medicatedsteve
RT @kahoffman: Q3: Also, I'm betting everyone has a different definition of "ignoring" diabetes. #dsma
Bethany Petersen @bpetersenn8
RT @sixuntilme: Q3. I've tried ignoring diabetes. It went poorly. It's attention-starved. #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @momentsfade RT @kahoffman: Q3: Also, I'm betting everyone has a different definition of "ignoring" diabetes. #dsma
Jason Wilder @jasonwild
RT @DiabetesSocMed: Q4 is queued up. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @kwalendzak: Q3 I feel like its something we never ignore,sometimes we forget about it when we get busy&a low usually reminds us to pay
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
Q3 When I don't feel like changing my set right away I put it off until I only have a few units of insulin left. #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
@StephenSType1 Hey you! #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
RT @MelllBe: @_MissCarrieLynn hey hey hey #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
These questions are flying tonight! #loveit #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
RT @sixuntilme: Q3. I've tried ignoring diabetes. It went poorly. It's attention-starved. #dsma
Shara Bialo @sharasays
@BrianKurzweil Wow! Good for you! #dsma
Helen @heltweet
@diabetescounsel #dsma I'm with @lauschgirl never totally ignore #diabetes work child self sisters husband cousins nieces #mentalhealth
Carrie @carrieon21
I definitely missed #dsma nights!!
Larry @maindog101
I think it gets in the way when I'm counting out my pills like someone much older than I am. Image issue #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
@SharaSays Ha thanks #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
@SurfaceFine Hello Alecia! Great walk & fundraising! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Q4 What helps you "wear" #diabetes in a way or place that's tolerable? #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @JennMamaBear These questions are flying tonight! #loveit #dsma
Melissa @melllbe
@_MissCarrieLynn sick.. but ok i guess. U? #Dsma
Jane @jdpardinas
#dsma Darn I'm late again and playing catch up
Kerri / Diabetes @sixuntilme
Q4. The DOC. #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
q3: I tend2ignore #diabetes when work gets busy.Sometimes I look up from my computer & Im like: I should probably test my #bgnow & eat #dsma
Hannah @diabeticgymnast
RT @StephenSType1: Q3. Not gonna lie-- I ignore #diabetes when I'm depressed. Wish I didn't #dsma
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
RT @sixuntilme Q4. The DOC. #dsma
Marie Smith @cellobard
RT @sixuntilme Q4. The DOC. #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
@StephenSType1 I was emailing u right as DSMA started! More later! Big HUG! #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @sixuntilme: Q4. The DOC. #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
RT @sixuntilme: Q4. The DOC. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @heltweet: @diabetescounsel #dsma I'm with @lauschgirl never totally ignore #diabetes work child self sisters husband cousins nieces #m
Pancreassassin @pancreassassin
To me, it's always acceptable however I want to wear it. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @diabetesalish: q3: I tend2ignore #diabetes when work gets busy.Sometimes I look up from my computer & Im like: I should probably test m
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @sixuntilme: Q4. The DOC. #dsma
kelly close @kellyclose
Q3. Great q. Here's me: "When i'm busy w/kids." "when I'm frustrated+tired" "Way too often" Here's my version of Adam's A: "what?" -kc #dsma
Laddie @mnazladdie
Q4. Once I started pumping, I didn't hide it anymore. Never could take shots in front of others. #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
@MelllBe Same!! I've felt terrible all day. But otherwise good! #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
Q4. I honestly kept my diabetes a secret until I met @Kirbman101 at school. He was so open about it, I figured I shouldn't be ashamed #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
@SurfaceFine Thank you. Tough week. #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @DiabetesSocMed Q4 What helps you "wear" #diabetes in a way or place that's tolerable? #dsma
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
Q4. My husband encourages me to "wear" my diabetes proudly. Check bg/inject in public..who cares. It's a part of life. My life. #dsma
Brianna @aclassydiabetic
Q4: Seeing my hard work pay off with good numbers and good A1C #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @MNAZLaddie Q4. Once I started pumping, I didn't hide it anymore. Never could take shots in front of others. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @kellyclose: Q3. Great q. Here's me: "When i'm busy w/kids." "when I'm frustrated+tired" "Way too often" Here's my version of Adam's A:
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @MNAZLaddie: Q4. Once I started pumping, I didn't hide it anymore. Never could take shots in front of others. #dsma
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
@RoseC_Tomato @Kirbman101That's awesome, you guys! Love it! #dsma
Larry @maindog101
Q3: I guess when I leave home without pills. Don't leave home without them ;) #dsma
Juan @jc82lg
RT @_MissCarrieLynn: RT @MNAZLaddie Q4. Once I started pumping, I didn't hide it anymore. Never could take shots in front of others. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @xXLovelyLizXx: Q4. My husband encourages me to "wear" my diabetes proudly. Check bg/inject in public..who cares. It's a part of life. M
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
RT @aclassydiabetic Q4: Seeing my hard work pay off with good numbers and good A1C #dsma
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
Q4: 1. You people. 2. PWD encounters in the wild. 3. Moments of effective advocacy with people who want to be informed. #dsma
Mel Murray @otternot
same deal w/me RT @MNAZLaddie Q4. Once I started pumping, I didn't hide it anymore. Never could take shots in front of others. #dsma
Laddie @mnazladdie
Didn't get dinner yet. #DSMA or dinner? Guess which won!
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
Q4 I don
StephenS @stephenstype1
Q4. Seeing other PWDs wearing it proudly makes it easier for me. Thank you #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @scottkjohnson: RT @aclassydiabetic Q4: Seeing my hard work pay off with good numbers and good A1C #dsma
Melissa @melllbe
@_MissCarrieLynn sucks. Hope you feel better. Ttyl #dsma
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
RT @StephenSType1 Q4. Seeing other PWDs wearing it proudly makes it easier for me. Thank you #dsma
Lisa Decker @lrldec
RT @xXLovelyLizXx: Q4. My husband encourages me to "wear" my diabetes proudly. Check bg/inject in public..who cares. It's a part of life. M
Laddie @mnazladdie
RT @BrianKurzweil: Q4 I don
Jason Wilder @jasonwild
Q4 hmmm, hadn't thought about that. I need to hear others answer on that one #dsma
Denise Pasko @deniseapasko
#dsma Q4 Support - the local organization we started to help #t1d families (http://t.co/BPZeWs4DOt) and the DOC
Jenn C @jennmamabear
Q4 When I'm around someone who "gets it" even if it isnt #diabetes, it may be RA, but they understand. #solidarity #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @StephenSType1: Q4. Seeing other PWDs wearing it proudly makes it easier for me. Thank you #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
Q4. Feel like I've been D so long, I owe it to my peeps to get correct info out there so decorate Dexcom. Convo starter! #dsma
Mel Murray @otternot
better to ignore dinner :) RT @MNAZLaddie Didn't get dinner yet. #DSMA or dinner? Guess which won! #dsma
Laddie @mnazladdie
RT @JennMamaBear: Q4 When I'm around someone who "gets it" even if it isnt #diabetes, it may be RA, but they understand. #solidarity #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @JennMamaBear: Q4 When I'm around someone who "gets it" even if it isnt #diabetes, it may be RA, but they understand. #solidarity #dsma
Pancreassassin @pancreassassin
I like having my diabetes visible. It starts conversations w/ people who want info. #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
RT @DiabetesSocMed: Q4 What helps you "wear" #diabetes in a way or place that's tolerable? #dsma
Hannah @diabeticgymnast
Q4: My sister puts a sticker on every pump I get. She's done it to every pump since my first one 11 years ago. It helps me! #dsma
Brea Ishler @justasweetteen
Hey everyone! Just stopping in to say hi! Too much homework and too many tests to study for. Hope everyone is having a great week! #dsma
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
Q4. And the @JDRF Walk every year! Nothing makes me feel more loved or ready to kick some D ass than Walk day does #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
@StephenSType1 I know. #dsma xo
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @SurfaceFine: Q4. Feel like I've been D so long, I owe it to my peeps to get correct info out there so decorate Dexcom. Convo starter!
Dan Fleshler @fleshlerd
Q4: When my daughter, age 14, said she learned a lot from how I was coping with it. #dsma
Brianna @aclassydiabetic
Q4: Also the DOC! Whenever I need extra motivation you guys are always here! #dsma
h a l i e @halie_abt
RT @Pancreassassin: I like having my diabetes visible. It starts conversations w/ people who want info. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @lauschgirl: #dsma Q4 Support - the local organization we started to help #t1d families (http://t.co/BPZeWs4DOt) and the DOC
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
@Pancreassassin Good point! That's why I'm public about it now, use it as an opportunity to spread the right information :) #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
Q4. There was a point where I just stopped caring about judgement, and the #DOC definitely helps!! #dsma
Jane @jdpardinas
@DiabetesSocMed: Q1 I don't wear it but I'm no longer shy about revealing it when asked why I order ramen w/o noodles. #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
Q4. After 25 yrs, I don't (usually) much care who sees my pump.Its out there in the wild (waistband), like abadge for other T1s to see #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
RT @kahoffman Q4. And the @JDRF Walk every year! Nothing makes me feel more loved or ready to kick some D ass than Walk day does #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @Pancreassassin: I like having my diabetes visible. It starts conversations w/ people who want info. #dsma
Shara Bialo @sharasays
Q4: I wasn't comfortable being open about my D until my medical training showed me that people are not defined by their illnesses #dsma
Larry @maindog101
RT @diabetesalish: q3: I tend2ignore #diabetes when work gets busy.Sometimes I look up from my computer & Im like: I should probably test m
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @fleshlerd: Q4: When my daughter, age 14, said she learned a lot from how I was coping with it. #dsma
T1diabeticgurl @t1diabeticgurl
Q4. Finally getting to the age where I don't care what others think. #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @scottkjohnson: RT @StephenSType1 Q4. Seeing other PWDs wearing it proudly makes it easier for me. Thank you #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @SharaSays: Q4: I wasn't comfortable being open about my D until my medical training showed me that people are not defined by their illn
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @_MissCarrieLynn RT @scottkjohnson: RT @StephenSType1 Q4. Seeing other PWDs wearing it proudly makes it easier for me. Thank you #dsma
Laddie @mnazladdie
RT @scottkjohnson: RT @StephenSType1 Q4. Seeing other PWDs wearing it proudly makes it easier for me. Thank you #dsma
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
#dsma Q4 #climbing helps me wear my #diabetes-without the challenge of one, I wouldn't appreciate the challenge of the other.
Shara Bialo @sharasays
RT @fleshlerd: Q4: When my daughter, age 14, said she learned a lot from how I was coping with it. #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
@MelllBe You too!! #dsma
Brian S @kirbman101
Q4 I have a good sense of where my BG is, so I can manage well without checking it very often, which definitely helps me tolerate it. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @InkStain_D: Q4. After 25 yrs, I don't (usually) much care who sees my pump.Its out there in the wild (waistband), like abadge for other
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
@t1diabeticgurl Exactly! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @aclassydiabetic: Q4: Also the DOC! Whenever I need extra motivation you guys are always here! #dsma
Jason Wilder @jasonwild
I must say, I am glad I stumbled onto this chat tonight. I am learning alot. #dsma Nice to know others are in the same boat as me.
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
q4: Seeing little changes = big ones & having my #diabetes friends be there 4me for the good& thenot so great. #loveyouguys! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @LivingVertical: #dsma Q4 #climbing helps me wear my #diabetes-without the challenge of one, I wouldn't appreciate the challenge of the
Earth Cadet Steve @medicatedsteve
RT @Pancreassassin: I like having my diabetes visible. It starts conversations w/ people who want info. #dsma
Laddie @mnazladdie
RT @t1diabeticgurl: Q4. Finally getting to the age where I don't care what others think. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @JasonWIld: I must say, I am glad I stumbled onto this chat tonight. I am learning alot. #dsma Nice to know others are in the same boat
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
RT @Pancreassassin: I like having my diabetes visible. It starts conversations w/ people who want info. #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
Q4 The support that my family has always given me over the years since my diagnosis. #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
@Pancreassassin I always think that but then no one ever asks me about it. Or maybe I don't notice they notice #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @MNAZLaddie RT @t1diabeticgurl: Q4. Finally getting to the age where I don't care what others think. #dsma
Kim @kwalendzak
Q4 my hubby likes to wear Road ID bracelet as a DM alert on wrist. Fashionable,comfortable & engravable. #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
@diabetesalish XO #dsma
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
@JasonWIld We're glad you're here too, Jason! :-) #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
@JasonWIld Don't worry is a biiiiiiig boat, we're stocked w/ plenty of life jackets, and we help each other stay afloat! #dsma #diabetes
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @FreakedforDemi: Q4 The support that my family has always given me over the years since my diagnosis. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @diabetesalish: q4: Seeing little changes = big ones & having my #diabetes friends be there 4me for the good& thenot so great. #loveyoug
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
@SteveWard21 Keep working on it! Have you meet with a CDE? AKA, a Certified Diabetes Educator?? They really help! #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @scottkjohnson @JasonWIld We're glad you're here too, Jason! :-) #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @kwalendzak: Q4 my hubby likes to wear Road ID bracelet as a DM alert on wrist. Fashionable,comfortable & engravable. #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
@diabetesalish ((hugs all around)) #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
@JasonWIld Yes, welcome! :) There's always someone here for you. #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
@SurfaceFine XOXO #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @jdpardinas: @DiabetesSocMed: Q1 I don't wear it but I'm no longer shy about revealing it when asked why I order ramen w/o noodles. #dsma
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
RT @DiabetesSocMed: @JasonWIld Don't worry is a biiiiiiig boat, we're stocked w/ plenty of life jackets, and we help each other stay afloat
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
@JennMamaBear :) #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
@diabetesalish Oh yeah? Well XOXOXO #dsma
Helen @heltweet
@diabetescounsel My inspirational #T1diabetes daughter helps me to 'wear' my own #diabetes Living a full rich life, supporting others #dsma
Michael Schwab @mikelcycle
@DiabetesSocMed #dsma in my back pocket with my PDM and around my neck with my Road ID dang it I missed the start :)
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @heltweet: @diabetescounsel My inspirational #T1diabetes daughter helps me to 'wear' my own #diabetes Living a full rich life, supportin
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
@SurfaceFine @diabetesalish Hahah: http://t.co/Ye3X4Rzs8g #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
@SurfaceFine Oh yea? Well XOXOXO times infinity!!! #dsma
Michael Schwab @mikelcycle
@DiabetesSocMed Q2 @DiabetesSocMed: Q2 When does #diabetes get in your way? #dsma
big papa @fish4fun71
@DiabetesSocMed q3 i wouldnt say i ignore it ...just might use my pump to eat more of the bad stuff #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
@JasonWIld Welcome! #dsma
Cierra K Maras @cecierrak
RT @DiabetesSocMed: So, we sometimes ignore #diabetes when we're mad, impatient, having fun, wanting to have fun, sad, angry, happy, tired,
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
Q4: I don't really know. I just do it, and try to make it out of each day alive and happy. The challenge is always here with me. #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
@kahoffman @SurfaceFine Where the hell did I put my trident? #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
RT @diabetesalish: @SurfaceFine Oh yea? Well XOXOXO times infinity!!! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @mikelcycle: @DiabetesSocMed #dsma in my back pocket with my PDM and around my neck with my Road ID dang it I missed the start :)
Holly Hillier @hillierholly
@JasonWIld we're all in the same boat. It's great to have a connection to the only people that understand #dsma
Jason Wilder @jasonwild
#dsma thanks so much everyone. What a great new #diabeticfamily
big papa @fish4fun71
@DiabetesSocMed more than one thinks. Everytime you, eat u have to test.. 2 hrs after, unhook pump before sex ..and on an on #dsma
Scott Strange @strangely_t1
Q2 diabetes gets in my way when I start calling it names #dsma
Dr. Richard Billard @1medical2news
RT @DiabetesSocMed: So, we sometimes ignore #diabetes when we're mad, impatient, having fun, wanting to have fun, sad, angry, happy, tired,
Dr. Richard Billard @1medical2news
RT @DiabetesSocMed: @JasonWIld Don't worry is a biiiiiiig boat, we're stocked w/ plenty of life jackets, and we help each other stay afloat
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @betespora: Q4: I don't really know. I just do it, and try to make it out of each day alive and happy. The challenge is always here with
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
@betespora The happy part is the biggest challenge for me every day. Constant struggle, but worth the fight. #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
@SteveWard21 Good, keep going. And keep testing - It really helps - even though it's kind of annoying. #dsma
Brian S @kirbman101
I just added a "twibbon" to my profile picture. So...yeah...blue circle of support. #dsma
Jane @jdpardinas
@DiabetesSocMed: Q2: When my lunch companions want to go to a pasta house. #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @Pancreassassin: I like having my diabetes visible. It starts conversations w/ people who want info. #dsma
Shara Bialo @sharasays
#dsma friends near Boston: There is a D-meetup next Tuesday (10/15) at 6pm at Ned Devine's! Msg me for details. Everyone is welcome!
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
RT @JasonWIld: #dsma thanks so much everyone. What a great new #diabeticfamily
Lisa Decker @lrldec
RT @betespora: Q4: I don't really know. I just do it, and try to make it out of each day alive and happy. The challenge is always here with
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
RT @betespora: Q4: I don't really know. I just do it, and try to make it out of each day alive and happy. The challenge is always here with
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Q5 is about to happen. Thanks for all your gr8 thoughts so far. And welcome, newbies! #dsma
Michael Schwab @mikelcycle
@DiabetesSocMed Q2 #diabetes gets in my way when I am cycling and trying to hang on 2 a fast group, tough 2predict what will happen #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
RT @SharaSays: #dsma friends near Boston: There is a D-meetup next Tuesday (10/15) at 6pm at Ned Devine's! Msg me for details. Everyone is welcome!
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
RT @JasonWIld: #dsma thanks so much everyone. What a great new #diabeticfamily
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @Strangely_T1 Q2 diabetes gets in my way when I start calling it names #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
@kahoffman @diabetesalish BAHAHAHHAHHAHAHAH! #dsma
kendall dorricott ☤ @kennndaall
RT @Pancreassassin: Diabetes gets in my way when I'm trying to wear a tight outfit, or when I want to go somewhere without a purse. #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
Big time ditto on that! RT @StephenSType1: Q4. Seeing other PWDs wearing it proudly makes it easier for me. Thank you #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
Welcome to #dsma newbies. Enjoy your stay.
Scott Strange @strangely_t1
Q3 I ignore diabetes when I get overwhelmed by other things, auto-pilot. Also when depressed, auto-don't-give-a-crap #dsma
Larry @maindog101
@BrianKurzweil Some things are important. Others are essential. A wise man knows which is which #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
@JasonWIld @BrianKurzweil Welcome to the #dsma family!!!
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
@JasonWIld welcome to the club brother! it's a good one and we're here for you! #dsma
Earth Cadet Steve @medicatedsteve
Q4 I tend to write on my pods with a sharpie: "insulin pump... Google it". Is that bad? #dsma enough with the "that a nicotine patch?"
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
@xXLovelyLizXx Awesome! You go girl! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Q5 In the wild: examples of other ppl "wearing" #diabetes (pos or neg)? #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @Strangely_T1: Q3 I ignore diabetes when I get overwhelmed by other things, auto-pilot. Also when depressed, auto-don't-give-a-crap #ds
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @betespora Q4:I don't really know.I just do it &try to make it out of each day alive and happy.The challenge is always here with me #dsma
Nancy Quinn @nancyquinn
Diabetes gets in the way when I want to wear a dress. All skirts for this gal now. #dsma
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
@BrianKurzweil Haha. Thanks so much. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @mikelcycle: @DiabetesSocMed Q2 #diabetes gets in my way when I am cycling and trying to hang on 2 a fast group, tough 2predict what wil
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @DiabetesSocMed Q5 In the wild: examples of other ppl "wearing" #diabetes (pos or neg)? #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
RT @Strangely_T1: Q3 I ignore diabetes when I get overwhelmed by other things, auto-pilot. Also when depressed, auto-don't-give-a-crap #ds
Michael Schwab @mikelcycle
@DiabetesSocMed I tend 2 deny more than ignore #diabetes when I'm focused on a problem & find I'm @50 #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @momentsfade: Q4 I tend to write on my pods with a sharpie: "insulin pump... Google it". Is that bad? #dsma enough with the "that a nico
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
@MainDog101 this is true Larry. #dsma
Scott Strange @strangely_t1
Q4 I wear it best when I treat it like a part of my life, unwelcome, but still there #dsma
Scott Strange @strangely_t1
oh, hi all #dsma
Nancy Quinn @nancyquinn
Diabetes gets in the way when I want to do something adventurous but I am nervous about the lows. #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
@JasonWIld Welcome to #DSMA!
Karen @karend1
@SharaSays #dsma 47 years of this crap and I still try to keep it secret but get pissed when people that know still don't get it
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
@SurfaceFine @kahoffman Now you're just being impolite - #impoliteandevil http://t.co/7vDg6abJWq #kidsinthehall #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
@nancyquinn They make straps you can put on your wrist or leg that hold your pump! (: #dsma
Lawren McConnell @lawrenmcconnell
Sorry to miss #dsma! I have to do my best to get up at 4am.
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
Q5. Can I say I haven't seen much diabetes in the wild. I met one girl because I was curious about her hip device (pump) but that's it #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
RT @DiabetesSocMed: Q5 In the wild: examples of other ppl "wearing" #diabetes (pos or neg)? #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @Strangely_T1: Q4 I wear it best when I treat it like a part of my life, unwelcome, but still there #dsma
Kerri / Diabetes @sixuntilme
Q5. When I see pump tubing peeping out from a stranger's hip, I want to grab & hug them.But I refrain, b/c that's technically assault. #dsma
diabetsy @diabeticprobz1
RT @Pancreassassin: Diabetes gets in my way when I'm trying to wear a tight outfit, or when I want to go somewhere without a purse. #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
@Strangely_T1 Evening Scott. How you been? #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
High fives Scott
Laddie @mnazladdie
Q5. Never see diabetes in the wild. I thought I was the only one who has it... #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
RT @DiabetesSocMed: @JasonWIld Don't worry is a biiiiiiig boat, we're stocked w/ plenty of life jackets, and we help each other stay afloat
Pancreassassin @pancreassassin
At store: grandma w/ young grandson: Do you see that? What is that? (pointing at my pump). Boy says: It's a 'slin pump like yours! #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
Q5. I get all excited and conflicted when I see other people wearing #diabetes in the wild.Should I say something? Should I not? #nerd #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @sixuntilme: Q5. When I see pump tubing peeping out from a stranger's hip, I want to grab & hug them.But I refrain, b/c that's technical
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
Q5 YES! JUST THE OTHER DAY! I SAW A MAN IN THE STORE WEARING ONE! I THINK I SCARED HIM WITH MY EXCITEMENT! #OverlyExcited #dsma
Jason Wilder @jasonwild
#dsma Restaurants need more #diabetes friendly foods on their menus. Does that make sense? That's what I have noticed so far.
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
@sixuntilme Oh I just go for it. Assault? I'm hugging too hard for them to charge me ;P #dsma
big papa @fish4fun71
@DiabetesSocMed q4. Everytime i go out to eat and test before i eat or may even ask the waitress for a nutrition guide #bolus#dsma #proud
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
I wish I could find someone else injecting in public though. Maybe it'd seem weird but I'd have to go over and say hello. :) #dsma
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
Q5. I've met a couple of awesome T1D's in the YMCA locker room because we've spotted each other's infusion sets. #dsma
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
Q5 I love diabetes in the wild. It's like bumping into someone on Twitter - instant connection, instant conversation #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
Q5. I want to approach them, but I usually just tweet about them #isthatbad #idontthinkso #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @sixuntilme: Q5. When I see pump tubing peeping out from a stranger's hip, I want to grab & hug them.But I refrain, b/c that's technical
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
Q5. One was a guy on campus wearing an insulin pump on his sweatpants, another guy talked to me @ Sbux bc I was injecting for my latte #dsma
Jane @jdpardinas
@DiabetesSocMed: Q3: I wouldn't say I ignore it but I mostly forget I have T2, until I'm faced with all-carb table. #dsma
Shara Bialo @sharasays
Q5: Freaked out when I spotted a guy with a D tattoo boarding my plane. Shouted out that I had D, too -- he fist pumped back, haha #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @kahoffman Q5 I love diabetes in the wild. It's like bumping into someone on Twitter - instant connection, instant conversation #dsma
Earth Cadet Steve @medicatedsteve
I want to say something.... I really wish people didn't "hide" it as much. I wear mine visible and other t1d notice it. Never opposite #dsma
big papa @fish4fun71
RT @JasonWIld: I must say, I am glad I stumbled onto this chat tonight. I am learning alot. #dsma Nice to know others are in the same boat
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
RT @InkStain_D: RT @kahoffman Q5 I love diabetes in the wild. It's like bumping into someone on Twitter - instant connection, instant conve
Jessica Gourley @jgouru
Q5 A little boy in a restaurant kept staring at me and mom kept smiling. Finally showed his pump. little boy didn't know anyone w/dm #dsma
Kerri / Diabetes @sixuntilme
RT @kahoffman: Q5 I love diabetes in the wild. It's like bumping into someone on Twitter - instant connection, instant conversation #dsma
Katie Baughman @emerald110105
Love seeing the looks on people's face when my tubing slips out from between my girls! People think it's a heart monitor! #dsma
Laddie @mnazladdie
RT @jgouru: Q5 A little boy in a restaurant kept staring at me and mom kept smiling. Finally showed his pump. little boy didn't know anyone
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @DiabetesSocMed: Q5 In the wild: examples of other ppl "wearing" #diabetes (pos or neg)? #dsma
Denise Pasko @deniseapasko
#dsma Q5. We always enjoy when other kids see us testing/bolusing/etc & approach us. It is nice that they reach out to make connection.
Michael Schwab @mikelcycle
Q4 I have always found it tolerable 2 wear my #diabetes but if I can help others overcome challenges with their D it makes it worth it #dsma
Shara Bialo @sharasays
RT @Pancreassassin: At store: grandma w/ young grandson: Do you see that? What is that? (pointing at my pump). Boy says: It's a 'slin pump
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @momentsfade: I want to say something.... I really wish people didn't "hide" it as much. I wear mine visible and other t1d notice it. Ne
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
Lol
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
I saw this woman the other day, in her rocking #diabetes apparel. http://t.co/sclvdSkWGY #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
@jdpardinas Ah, my mom is Filipino so whenever I go to some event there are piles and piles of rice and yummy things. Sad :( #dsma
Jason Wilder @jasonwild
@betespora Thanks #dsma
Jenna Gates @jennabeth22
RT @sixuntilme: Q5. When I see pump tubing peeping out from a stranger's hip, I want to grab & hug them.But I refrain, b/c that's technical
Nancy Quinn @nancyquinn
Met someone in a bookstore at who saw my pump and asked if I was willing to talk about it. And they switched b/c of our conversation! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @BrianKurzweil: Lol
StephenS @stephenstype1
Q5. Experience with diabetes in the wild is practically non-existent. Usually something I stumble upon when they're trying to hide it #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @mikelcycle: Q4 I have always found it tolerable 2 wear my #diabetes but if I can help others overcome challenges with their D it makes
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @lauschgirl: #dsma Q5. We always enjoy when other kids see us testing/bolusing/etc & approach us. It is nice that they reach out to make
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @jgouru: Q5 A little boy in a restaurant kept staring at me and mom kept smiling. Finally showed his pump. little boy didn't know anyone
T1diabeticgurl @t1diabeticgurl
Q5. I don't see it too often. It's probably been a few years #dsma
kelly ann @kelly7670
RT @kahoffman: Q5 I love diabetes in the wild. It's like bumping into someone on Twitter - instant connection, instant conversation #dsma
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
@StephenSType1 Exactly. :/ #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @nancyquinn: Met someone in a bookstore at who saw my pump and asked if I was willing to talk about it. And they switched b/c of our con
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @StephenSType1: Q5. Experience with diabetes in the wild is practically non-existent. Usually something I stumble upon when they're try
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
q5: I want to grab them and hug them when I see insulin pump tubing or a cgm & Sometimes I talk to them #dsma
Heres Patri @pabliwish
RT @Pancreassassin: At store: grandma w/ young grandson: Do you see that? What is that? (pointing at my pump). Boy says: It's a 'slin pump
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
Sidebar: I tried out the Snap & liked the control but couldn't figure out the being tethered to a thing situation. How did you deal? #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
RT @diabetesalish: q5: I want to grab them and hug them when I see insulin pump tubing or a cgm & Sometimes I talk to them #dsma
Karen @karend1
@momentsfade love it #dsma
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
Q5 My pump is always visible. B/c of it I've learned my vet is T1 and discussed endos and meters and pumps with dozens of strangers #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
@nancyquinn That is awesome! #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
Q5 it
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
Q5 Part 2: Alas, I can probably count on one hand how many times I've seen #diabetes in the wild #dsma
Brianna @aclassydiabetic
Q5: I have spotted several people with pumps in classes. I have never said anything though #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @SharaSays: Q5: Freaked out when I spotted a guy with a D tattoo boarding my plane. Shouted out that I had D, too -- he fist pumped back
Lisa Decker @lrldec
RT @StephenSType1: Q5. Experience with diabetes in the wild is practically non-existent. Usually something I stumble upon when they're try
Holly Hillier @hillierholly
I love spotting a pump when I'm out. I have to remind myself that not everyone wants to talk about it #ijustwannabefriends #dsma
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
Q5. Saw a lady walking down the street with what *might* have been a pump. Almost chased after her, but didn't. Was very close, though #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
Q5. I've had quite a few this past yr. It's the tubing. They seem shocked when I ask, then I tap my pump. #dsma
Shara Bialo @sharasays
RT @jgouru: Q5 A little boy in a restaurant kept staring at me and mom kept smiling. Finally showed his pump. little boy didn't know anyone
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @diabetesalish: q5: I want to grab them and hug them when I see insulin pump tubing or a cgm & Sometimes I talk to them #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
Q5. I'm going to assume seeing another diabetic at the endo office doesn't count. But I always get excited when I see someone my age! #dsma
Ethan Dedic @jewish_messiah
RT @Pancreassassin: I tend to ignore my diabetes if I'm already asleep. I don't want to wake up and change my set. I don't want to! I'm com
Nikki @celiabetes
I know I'm joining really late. I apologize. Long day. Nikki, T1 3 years. Hi everyone. Catching up on convo. #dsma
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
Q5. I am maybe a little too forward about approaching people. But, c'mon, it's what I do for a living! #dsma
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
#dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
@diabetesalish And call them George! #dsma
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
@SurfaceFine Full frontal tubing FTW! #dsma
big papa @fish4fun71
@DiabetesSocMed q5. They usually spot me then ask quest. About my pump and how i like it and they want one. #dsma
Karen @karend1
#dsma my husband always spots other pumpers, but I never do
Laddie @mnazladdie
@Celiabetes Hi Nikki! #dsma
Pancreassassin @pancreassassin
Sometimes I find test strips on the ground... I know there are more diabetics around, leaving a crumb trail... #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
And just a note. Revealing or "wearing" #diabetes in public is personal choice. Some choose to keep private. That's OK, but stay safe. #dsma
Michael Schwab @mikelcycle
Q5 PWD in the wild have always been a positive experience 4 me. Sharing in sites and war stories #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
@xXLovelyLizXx Come visit me and we'll have a diabetes party! aha! :p #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
<3 this! RT @kahoffman @SurfaceFine Full frontal tubing FTW! #dsma
Larry @maindog101
@LawrenRomero That's better than best. Good luck with it. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @scottkjohnson: Q5. I am maybe a little too forward about approaching people. But, c'mon, it's what I do for a living! #dsma
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
RT @Pancreassassin Sometimes I find test strips on the ground... I know there are more diabetics around, leaving a crumb trail.. #dsma
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
@Celiabetes Never too late, Nikki! Good to see you! #dsma
Helen @heltweet
Q5 #dsma peeps such as "newbie" Tom Hanks http://t.co/wR5BNoTMLr my daughter @Recycled_Int see her on http://t.co/LwtcbbI7m9 membrs #OzDoc
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
RT @sixuntilme: Q5. When I see pump tubing peeping out from a stranger's hip, I want to grab & hug them.But I refrain, b/c that's technical
Ilana Lucas @ilanalucas
Hi everyone, sorry I'm late. There's a sad seemingly lost kitten outside and it won't let me get near it. At least I fed it. #dsma
Kim @kwalendzak
Q5 Totally positive thing when we see others wearing diabetes. They get it & we do too. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @HillierHolly: I love spotting a pump when I'm out. I have to remind myself that not everyone wants to talk about it #ijustwannabefriend
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
Of course, there w/that time @ a funeral where I saw insulinpump tubing on a guys hip 5 pews up, I said nothing. #nottherighttime #dsma
Nancy Quinn @nancyquinn
I am happy to talk about my pump to anyone - it changed my experience of living with diabetes #dsma
Alicia|SugarStalking @t1diabetes_mom
Fashionably late to the #dsma party ;)
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
#dsma Q5 I havent had a lot of these encounters, but when I mention my diabetes everyone has a friend or sibling or significant other w/ it.
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
Sometimes I wish I were more private about my diabetes. I kick myself at the end of the day if I feel I've blabbed abt it too much :( #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @Pancreassassin: Sometimes I find test strips on the ground... I know there are more diabetics around, leaving a crumb trail... #dsma
Nikki @celiabetes
Thanks for the warm welcome Scott and laddie! #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
@BrianKurzweil ;) #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
As it should be. RT @BrianKurzweil: Q5 it
Kim @kwalendzak
RT @diabetesalish: q5: I want to grab them and hug them when I see insulin pump tubing or a cgm & Sometimes I talk to them #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
@Celiabetes hey Nic ! #dsma
Brianna @aclassydiabetic
RT @DiabetesSocMed: And just a note. Revealing or "wearing" #diabetes in public is personal choice. Some choose to keep private. That's OK,
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
@ilanalucas Hi Ilana! It's a good thing to look after kittens #dsma
Dan Fleshler @fleshlerd
RT @DiabetesSocMed: And just a note. Revealing or "wearing" #diabetes in public is personal choice. Some choose to keep private. That's OK,
StephenS @stephenstype1
@Celiabetes Nikki! Big hugs. I referenced you to someone the other day as the queen of gluten-free #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @kwalendzak: Q5 Totally positive thing when we see others wearing diabetes. They get it & we do too. #dsma
Larry @maindog101
RT @sixuntilme: Q5. When I see pump tubing peeping out from a stranger's hip, I want to grab & hug them.But I refrain, b/c that's technical
Kim @kwalendzak
RT @sixuntilme: Q2. Diabetes gets in my way sometimes when I exercise, get dressed, drive, walk by a doorknob, have sex, eat lunch, and on
Earth Cadet Steve @medicatedsteve
What's strange is that I've always had an awareness of diabetes. I never realized how ignorant people were towards it. #dsma
big papa @fish4fun71
@DiabetesSocMed dsma i show it cuz maybe we could support each other.#dsma
Nancy Quinn @nancyquinn
@RoseC_Tomato You shouldn't be hard on yourself for that. We all appreciate that you are an educator for our cause! #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
Let's have a diabetes party everyone! #dsma aha :D
Juan @jc82lg
RT @Pancreassassin: Sometimes I find test strips on the ground... I know there are more diabetics around, leaving a crumb trail... #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
@kahoffman This is why I love you (oh and your harassing hubby) #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @fish4fun71: @DiabetesSocMed dsma i show it cuz maybe we could support each other.#dsma
Ilana Lucas @ilanalucas
So, Ilana, T1, http://t.co/uCuBezA2TB and I had a fashion faux pas when my skirt slit ripped scandalously on the way to teach my class #dsma
Juan @jc82lg
RT @HillierHolly: I love spotting a pump when I'm out. I have to remind myself that not everyone wants to talk about it #ijustwannabefriend
Shara Bialo @sharasays
Dad is training a new guy at work, and my dad noticed his pump. "How long with T1?" he asked. Guy's jaw dropped! Talked for hrs #dsma #proud
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @StephenSType1: @Celiabetes Nikki! Big hugs. I referenced you to someone the other day as the queen of gluten-free #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
@LivingVertical or a grandmother! #dsma
Nikki @celiabetes
@BrianKurzweil hello and good evening! #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
@ilanalucas Food is always good. She'll trust you soon. #kitten #dsma
Karen @karend1
RT @SharaSays: Dad is training a new guy at work, and my dad noticed his pump. "How long with T1?" he asked. Guy's jaw dropped! Talked for
Shara Bialo @sharasays
RT @DiabetesSocMed: And just a note. Revealing or "wearing" #diabetes in public is personal choice. Some choose to keep private. That's OK,
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
@SurfaceFine My come-hither tubing, my wiseass hubs, and the fact that I'm okay with Alecia hugs/tackles... #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
@HillierHolly waving hi to Holly #dsma
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
My husband's met more diabetics then I have. He works with a few. They share stories. Haha. #dsma
Ilana Lucas @ilanalucas
Q1. I wear my diabetes online. (To the tune of "I wear my sunglasses at night.) I also wear my diabetes at night, and all day. Pump. #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @diabetesalish: q5: I want to grab them and hug them when I see insulin pump tubing or a cgm & Sometimes I talk to them #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
@karend1 stared really hard@ him & hoped he would turn around& I could flash my pump He didn't & it looked like I w/staring @ his ass #dsma
t1dactiveliving @t1dactiveliving
RT @diabetesalish: q5: I want to grab them and hug them when I see insulin pump tubing or a cgm & Sometimes I talk to them #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
Me 2 RT @Pancreassassin: Sometimes I find test strips on the ground... I know there are more diabetics around leaving a crumb trail... #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
@T1Diabetes_Mom Better late than never! :p #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Any examples of "wearing" diabetes in a negative way? #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
@nancyquinn Thanks, I just get so frustrated that people don't care & D dxs are growing, but then I'll talk & the eyes glaze over :P #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
@nancyquinn Mine to! #dsma
Shara Bialo @sharasays
@Pancreassassin I love this. I feel like it's akin to animal tracks on a hunt. Not that I want to hunt ppl with diabetes. But ya know. #dsma
Holly Hillier @hillierholly
@Celiabetes hi! #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
Q5: In the Twitter / SM wild... You all are pos examples to me! #DOC is family.. In the real wild, @LivingVertical is a pos example. #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
RT @DiabetesSocMed: Any examples of "wearing" diabetes in a negative way? #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
The only time I can think of people wearing their D in a negative way is if I see someone injecting secretively in the bathroom :( #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
People w/ #diabetes: being overly friendly w/ strangers wearing tubing. #dsma
Larry @maindog101
@MNAZLaddie Ya mean you're not? :) #dsma
Holly Hillier @hillierholly
@BrianKurzweil hey Brian! #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
@SharaSays that
Nancy Quinn @nancyquinn
@JennMamaBear @BrianKurzweil I agree! #diabetes can be so lonely. it is great when you see someone & know right away that they "get" u #dsma
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
Q5 PWDs can be D-police, too...just as rude. RT @DiabetesSocMed Any examples of "wearing" diabetes in a negative way? #dsma
Nikki @celiabetes
@DiabetesSocMed wearing it in a bad way: when it insults other types I'd diabetics #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @Pancreassassin: Sometimes I find test strips on the ground... I know there are more diabetics around, leaving a crumb trail... #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
RT @DiabetesSocMed: Any examples of "wearing" diabetes in a negative way? #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
@diabetesalish Well, that's not a really appropriate place to freak out about meeting another diabetic! aha! #dsma :p
Ilana Lucas @ilanalucas
Q2 The question is, when does diabetes NOT get in my way? It's a big way-stealing jerk. It lies in my path and waits for a trip. #dsma
Helen @heltweet
Q5 'in the wild'! everywhere I go I get in a convo with someone living with #diabetes most r inspiring getting on with #ordinarylife #dsma
Kerri / Diabetes @sixuntilme
@Pancreassassin LOL!! Thank you. :) #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
RT @nancyquinn: @JennMamaBear @BrianKurzweil I agree! #diabetes can be so lonely. it is great when you see someone & know right away that t
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Never thought of test strips = scat before. And yes, we always dispose of our medical waste properly. #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
@FreakedforDemi Oh, I agree!! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @kahoffman: Q5 PWDs can be D-police, too...just as rude. RT @DiabetesSocMed Any examples of "wearing" diabetes in a negative way? #dsma
Helen @heltweet
RT @InkStain_D: RT @Pancreassassin: Sometimes I find test strips on the ground... I know there are more diabetics around, leaving a crumb t
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @nancyquinn: @JennMamaBear @BrianKurzweil I agree! #diabetes can be so lonely. it is great when you see someone & know right away that t
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
Wearing D negatively: Trying to hide because you are ashamed, maybe? #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @ilanalucas Q2The question is,when does diabetes NOT get in my way?Its a big way-stealing jerk.It lies in my path & waits for atrip #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @heltweet: Q5 'in the wild'! everywhere I go I get in a convo with someone living with #diabetes most r inspiring getting on with #ordin
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
@kahoffman Yep, sometimes even worse, right? Like if you're not doing it their way, you are SOOOOOO wrong, etc. #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
Sometimes I wonder how many landfills we can fill with diabetes medical trash :\ But that's a place I don't let my brain go. #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
@kahoffman You're too preggo to tackle... I'm saving up! #dsma
t1dactiveliving @t1dactiveliving
RT @DiabetesSocMed: People w/ #diabetes: being overly friendly w/ strangers wearing tubing. #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
Q5: And of course I forgot to mention my sister who lives with #T1D too... She's a positive example to me :) #dsma
Helen @heltweet
RT @kahoffman: Q5 PWDs can be D-police, too...just as rude. RT @DiabetesSocMed Any examples of "wearing" diabetes in a negative way? #dsma
Scott Strange @strangely_t1
RT @kahoffman: Q5 PWDs can be D-police, too...just as rude. RT @DiabetesSocMed Any examples of "wearing" diabetes in a negative way? #dsma
Jason Wilder @jasonwild
#dsma #diabetes runs in my family but I didn't fully understand it until now. My own negativity. Shame on me.
Ilana Lucas @ilanalucas
Q3. I ignore diabetes when I have too much work, commitments, or on special occasions. You can call it life, or hubris. #dsma
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
Wearing D negatively: When you try to make other PWD feel as if they are inadequate. Or doing things wrong. #dsma
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
@scottkjohnson TOTALLY. It can be really...sneery #dsma
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
@betespora thank you Jeff! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @scottkjohnson: @kahoffman Yep, sometimes even worse, right? Like if you're not doing it their way, you are SOOOOOO wrong, etc. #dsma
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
@betespora I didn't know that, Jeff! Very neat! #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
Is that like rubbing a prego belly? RT @DiabetesSocMed: People w/ #diabetes: being overly friendly w/ strangers wearing tubing. #dsma
Jane @jdpardinas
@DiabetesSocMed: Q4 Testing & taking my met in public, And my husband. He'll make sure I have something to eat! #dsma
Dr. Richard Billard @1medical2news
RT @DiabetesSocMed: And just a note. Revealing or "wearing" #diabetes in public is personal choice. Some choose to keep private. That's OK,
Dr. Richard Billard @1medical2news
RT @DiabetesSocMed: Any examples of "wearing" diabetes in a negative way? #dsma
Dr. Richard Billard @1medical2news
RT @DiabetesSocMed: People w/ #diabetes: being overly friendly w/ strangers wearing tubing. #dsma
Holly Hillier @hillierholly
I found a test strip in my omelette the other day #bestcookever #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
@JasonWIld What I always say, blame the disease, love the people. #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
@scottkjohnson @kahoffman Absolutely agree... that preachy my way or highway is just awk. #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
RT @DiabetesSocMed: I saw this woman the other day, in her rocking #diabetes apparel. http://t.co/sclvdSkWGY #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
@DiabetesSocMed Saw this guy once with a dexcom sensor. so I asked him if he was diabetic he yelled WHATS IT TO YOU and stormed off.. #dsma.
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
I've been struggling with #diabetes + trying to find myself in the ups and downs. #dblog #t1d #climb #gobeyond #dsma http://t.co/f8yVdgLiyW
Dan Fleshler @fleshlerd
I call it "diadar" RT @Pancreassassin feel like it's akin to animal tracks on a hunt. Not that I want to hunt ppl with diabetes. #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
. @HillierHolly you need more followers ;) everyone follow Holly! #dsma and welcome to #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
RT @xXLovelyLizXx: Wearing D negatively: When you try to make other PWD feel as if they are inadequate. Or doing things wrong. #dsma
Larry @maindog101
@ilanalucas I'll be singing that one for the rest of the night. Glad I like it. #dsma
Laddie @mnazladdie
@betespora My sister has T1 also. I'm all tech with pump and CGM. She just started Lantus because they don't make Lente any more #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
@xXLovelyLizXx Yes! Or when a PWD scolds you for having a bad day bc you technically "have it good". It still sucks! #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
@StephenSType1 @DiabetesSocMed Damn, that's me. Oops. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
OK, about 10 minutes to go (w/ the chat, anyway). Q6 coming up. #dsma
Jane @jdpardinas
I seem pre-occupied with good today, judging from my answers, and I'm not even hungry. #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
RT @DiabetesSocMed: @JasonWIld What I always say, blame the disease, love the people. #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @xXLovelyLizXx: Wearing D negatively: When you try to make other PWD feel as if they are inadequate. Or doing things wrong. #dsma
Shara Bialo @sharasays
Q5: To me, people wear D negatively when they use it as an excuse for not living life to it's full potential #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
I don't dispose of my test strips properly... They are all over my dorm room, all over my house, my car, my purse, etc. #dsma #BadHabits
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @FreakedforDemi: @DiabetesSocMed Saw this guy once with a dexcom sensor. so I asked him if he was diabetic he yelled WHATS IT TO YOU and
Ilana Lucas @ilanalucas
Q4. Support-the DOC. You are like, well, all I'm coming up with is bras (Buffy reference) or the shapewear I can tuck my pump into. #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
RT @xXLovelyLizXx: Wearing D negatively: When you try to make other PWD feel as if they are inadequate. Or doing things wrong. #dsma
Pancreassassin @pancreassassin
Wearing it negatively... pumpers telling MDI-ers to switch, right now, because pumping is the only way. #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
Wearing it negatively? Maybe making others feel like they're not good enough. Thank God I never see that #dsma
Nancy Quinn @nancyquinn
@ilanalucas What is the proper way to dispose of a test strip? #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @SharaSays: Q5: To me, people wear D negatively when they use it as an excuse for not living life to it's full potential #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
RT @Pancreassassin: Wearing it negatively... pumpers telling MDI-ers to switch, right now, because pumping is the only way. #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
YES!! RT @SharaSays: Q5: To me, people wear D negatively when they use it as an excuse for not living life to it's full potential #dsma
Denise Pasko @deniseapasko
RT @SharaSays: Q5: To me, people wear D negatively when they use it as an excuse for not living life to it's full potential #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @ilanalucas: Q4. Support-the DOC. You are like, well, all I'm coming up with is bras (Buffy reference) or the shapewear I can tuck my pu
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
RT @Pancreassassin Wearing it negatively... pumpers telling MDI-ers to switch, right now, because pumping is the only way. #dsma
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
RT @SharaSays: Q5: To me, people wear D negatively when they use it as an excuse for not living life to it's full potential #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @xXLovelyLizXx: Wearing D negatively: When you try to make other PWD feel as if they are inadequate. Or doing things wrong #dsma
Marie Smith @cellobard
RT @SharaSays: Q5: To me, people wear D negatively when they use it as an excuse for not living life to it's full potential #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
@FreakedforDemi I'm saving all my test strips for an art project (read: They. Are. Everywhere.) #dsma
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
RT @Pancreassassin: Wearing it negatively... pumpers telling MDI-ers to switch, right now, because pumping is the only way. #dsma
Nancy Quinn @nancyquinn
@StephenSType1 @Pancreassassin Well it is not the only way to go, but I do like to share why it is better for me. #dsma
Karen @karend1
@FreakedforDemi @DiabetesSocMed sure that wasn't me #dsma
T1diabeticgurl @t1diabeticgurl
My friends think its gross when they see my meter case with the blood I wipe in it and the inevitable test strips all over #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @InkStain_D: RT @xXLovelyLizXx: Wearing D negatively: When you try to make other PWD feel as if they are inadequate. Or doing things wro
Brian S @kirbman101
@FreakedforDemi Sounds like @RoseC_Tomato #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @Pancreassassin Wearing it negatively... pumpers telling MDI-ers to switch, right now, because pumping is the only way #dsma
Ilana Lucas @ilanalucas
Q5. Sometimes I see someone wearing a pump in a store or on the bus and I have to remind myself it's not a green light to hug them. #dsma
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
@RoseC_Tomato yes. It does. No matter what "type" you are. #dsma
Laddie @mnazladdie
RT @ilanalucas: Q5. Sometimes I see someone wearing a pump in a store or on the bus and I have to remind myself it's not a green light to h
Nancy Quinn @nancyquinn
I have 7 T1 cousins. Only 2 of us are on pumps. (They've all had it longer than me) #dsma
Laddie @mnazladdie
@nancyquinn Wow! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Q6 Just for fun: #Diabetes designs a fashion collection; what does it look like? #dsma
Scott Strange @strangely_t1
To me negative D involves having nothing but D in your life, making it your whole existence even if you are trying to advocate,etc #dsma
Nancy Quinn @nancyquinn
@MNAZLaddie Agreed. I think we are ripe for a study. #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
Sail the same seas we do! RT @DiabetesSocMed: @JasonWIld What I always say, blame the disease, love the people. #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
MT @ilanalucas Q5 Sometimes I see someone wearing a pump in a store or bus &I have to remind myself it's not a green light to hug them #dsma
Holly Hillier @hillierholly
@briankurzweil lol. I'm kinda new!!! It's all good. ;) #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
@nancyquinn WOW! I'm the only t1 in my family! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @Strangely_T1: To me negative D involves having nothing but D in your life, making it your whole existence even if you are trying to adv
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @Pancreassassin: Wearing it negatively... pumpers telling MDI-ers to switch, right now, because pumping is the only way. #dsma
Pancreassassin @pancreassassin
Q6: It looks... sharp. #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
@Pancreassassin @nancyquinn Fortunately, this community reminds me how good it can be to include all-- no judgement #dsma
Nancy Quinn @nancyquinn
@MNAZLaddie Technically, one is a cousin-in-law, who was diagnosed as soon as she was engaged to a family member. :) #dsma
Elizabeth @xxlovelylizxx
Q6. Everything blue and fits/looks amazing on everyone. :) #dsma
Karen Hoffman @kahoffman
Q6 Gloves with dark speckles on the fingertips... #dsma
Jason Wilder @jasonwild
#dsma I am learning to carry my new #diabetes manpurse around (test strips, meter, and insulin pen), plus other meds too.
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @betespora: Sail the same seas we do! RT @DiabetesSocMed: @JasonWIld What I always say, blame the disease, love the people. #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
RT @DiabetesSocMed: Q6 Just for fun: #Diabetes designs a fashion collection; what does it look like? #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
Some ppl hate having #diabetes so much they get mad@ you. I try& help. I understan angry/sad, bt I dont want 2wear either continually. #dsma
Dan Fleshler @fleshlerd
RT @Strangely_T1: To me negative D involves having nothing but D in your life, making it your whole existence even if you are trying to adv
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
@fleshlerd @pancreassassin Hehe :D #dsma
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
LOL! Good one! :-) RT @Pancreassassin Q6: It looks... sharp. #dsma
Amber Moriarty @diabetic_ember
#dsma Q6 has to be blue
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @xXLovelyLizXx: Q6. Everything blue and fits/looks amazing on everyone. :) #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
@HillierHolly Bwahaha Chocolate covered test strips? #dsma could be on to something here
Karen @karend1
I use to push the pump on MDIers, but now I realize it is just another way to receive insulin not a magic pill #dsma
Kerri / Diabetes @sixuntilme
Q6. It's so blue we look like insulin-deficient Smurfs. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @StephenSType1: @Pancreassassin @nancyquinn Fortunately, this community reminds me how good it can be to include all-- no judgement #dsma
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
Q6. It has lots of inconspicuous pockets! #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @JasonWIld: #dsma I am learning to carry my new #diabetes manpurse around (test strips, meter, and insulin pen), plus other meds too.
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
Q6. It's blue, duh. ;) And made of a material that magically doesn't get blood stained. #dsma
Stephen Richert @livingvertical
#dsma Q5 negative when I see a lot of t1 vs t2 hairsplitting when a celeb is diagnosed with or publicly mentions #diabetes.
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
Wearing D negatively: When they tell others how D sucks and how they don't take care of themselves because they don't feel like it... #dsma
Earth Cadet Steve @medicatedsteve
My wife, son and I were online at sesame place and the guy behind us thought it was a nicotine patch, nope that was easier ;) #dsma
Scott Strange @strangely_t1
RT @LivingVertical: #dsma Q5 negative when I see a lot of t1 vs t2 hairsplitting when a celeb is diagnosed with or publicly mentions #diabetes.
StephenS @stephenstype1
Q6. Sure as hell isn't in basic black like my pump. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @karend1: I use to push the pump on MDIers, but now I realize it is just another way to receive insulin not a magic pill #dsma
Laddie @mnazladdie
One glove with a CGM embedded #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @scottkjohnson: Q6. It has lots of inconspicuous pockets! #dsma
Brianna @aclassydiabetic
Q6: lots of different shades of blue, and the clothing with have special places for pumps and CGMs #dsma
John @joltdude
Just had a glucose gel pack pop in my shorts pocket... Messy #diabetes #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @RoseC_Tomato Q6. It's blue, duh. ;) And made of a material that magically doesn't get blood stained. #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
@HillierHolly I
Jenn C @jennmamabear
Q6 There will be pockets like Mary Poppins' bag: hiddenly bottomless. #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
@sixuntilme Diabetic smurfs! :D #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @aclassydiabetic Q6: lots of different shades of blue, and the clothing with have special places for pumps and CGMs #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
@JasonWIld Sure thing! The thanks goes both ways #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @JennMamaBear Q6 There will be pockets like Mary Poppins' bag: hiddenly bottomless. #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @DiabetesSocMed: Q6 Just for fun: #Diabetes designs a fashion collection; what does it look like? #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
Love this RT @aclassydiabetic: Q6: lots of different shades of blue, and the clothing with have special places for pumps and CGMs #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
Q6 Well blue, obviously! aha! (: #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @joltdude: Just had a glucose gel pack pop in my shorts pocket... Messy #diabetes #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
I love pockets. RT @scottkjohnson: Q6. It has lots of inconspicuous pockets! #dsma
Pancreassassin @pancreassassin
I'd like to think there would be a batman-esque tool belt to hold everything. #dsma
Nikki @celiabetes
RT @SurfaceFine @FreakedforDemi I'm saving all my test strips for an art project (read: They. Are. Everywhere.) #dsma #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @JennMamaBear: Q6 There will be pockets like Mary Poppins' bag: hiddenly bottomless. #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
Q6. Pajamas with a pocket #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
@Pancreassassin I'm going to second the utility belt. ;) #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
Q6: Its all high tech... carbon fiber, some tubing, lots of digital tech.... #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
OMG Yes!!!! RT @InkStain_D Q6. Pajamas with a pocket #dsma
Shara Bialo @sharasays
Q6: Black and blue and always relevant. #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
RT @InkStain_D: Q6. Pajamas with a pocket #dsma
Brian S @kirbman101
RT @scottkjohnson: Q6. It has lots of inconspicuous pockets! #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
@JasonWIld Man bags Rock! #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @Kirbman101 RT @scottkjohnson: Q6. It has lots of inconspicuous pockets! #dsma
Amber Moriarty @diabetic_ember
RT @Pancreassassin: I'd like to think there would be a batman-esque tool belt to hold everything. #dsma
Nikki @celiabetes
Amen RT @scottkjohnson Q6. It has lots of inconspicuous pockets! #dsma #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
RT @DiabetesSocMed: Q6 Just for fun: #Diabetes designs a fashion collection; what does it look like? #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
A purse with a very strong strap that can withstand the pounds of supplies and hypo snacks I carry everywhere. #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
Yes! RT @scottkjohnson: Q6. It has lots of inconspicuous pockets! #dsma
Nikki @celiabetes
Those fingerless gloves for easy winter finger poking #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
@Diabetic_Ember Aha anybody want to join our diabetic rock band? #dsma You in Kelsey?!
Scott Strange @strangely_t1
Q6 lots of pockets with built in Frio packs, diet coke dispensers, and ice cream #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
Q6. How about some athletic wear that stores stuff, doesn't get in the way, and looks fabulous on everyone? #dsma
Laddie @mnazladdie
RT @Celiabetes: Those fingerless gloves for easy winter finger poking #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
Q6 like a trench coat. But instead of watches it
Ilana Lucas @ilanalucas
Q6. The D-ballgown for d-prom. Internal velcro pocket for pump stash, blue w/sparkles and silver unicorn hair threads, and lowers bg #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @Strangely_T1: Q6 lots of pockets with built in Frio packs, diet coke dispensers, and ice cream #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
@Celiabetes @SurfaceFine Haha! :p #dsma
Jamie @jamiewritesstuf
RT @Celiabetes Those fingerless gloves for easy winter finger poking #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
How about man-purses for the *lovely* men in our lives whose D-crap we don't want to carry around ;) #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Fashion w/ built in reminders: Refill prescriptions, buy veggies, don't forget #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @StephenSType1: Q6. How about some athletic wear that stores stuff, doesn't get in the way, and looks fabulous on everyone? #dsma
Jason Wilder @jasonwild
@BrianKurzweil My daughter tells everyone "My daddy carries a purse because he's sick". She's only 6. HE HE. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
RT @Strangely_T1: Q6 lots of pockets with built in Frio packs, diet coke dispensers, and ice cream #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
RT @BrianKurzweil Q6 like a trench coat. But instead of watches it
Dan Fleshler @fleshlerd
Q6: It has a magical hole following me around to dump test strips #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
@DiabetesSocMed If #diabetes designed a fashion collection it would have a windmachine that followed me around #bluesteel #dsma
Kim @kwalendzak
RT @StephenSType1: Q6. How about some athletic wear that stores stuff, doesn't get in the way, and looks fabulous on everyone? #dsma
Jenn C @jennmamabear
RT @DiabetesSocMed: Fashion w/ built in reminders: Refill prescriptions, buy veggies, don't forget #dsma
Michael Schwab @mikelcycle
@DiabetesSocMed Q6 it would have inconspicuous pockets on the back of the shirts like a cycling jersey #dsma
Betespora (Jeff) @betespora
Q6: In my mind, it / we look like the Borg on Star Trek TNG! ~(:^})>-< #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
I like the way you all make #diabetes look! Closing thoughts. Or clothing thoughts. Carry on. #dsma
Scott K. Johnson @scottkjohnson
Oooh! I like that one, too! RT @fleshlerd Q6: It has a magical hole following me around to dump test strips #dsma
Brian S @kirbman101
@RoseC_Tomato Do I hear a bit a resentment there? #dsma
Carrie @carrieon21
RT @DiabetesSocMed I like the way you all make #diabetes look! Closing thoughts. Or clothing thoughts. Carry on. #dsma
Ilana Lucas @ilanalucas
Q6. OMG has anyone modified a Pez Dispenser so that it dispenses test strips??? #dsma
Chaya diabetes herb @markz9999
@sixuntilme Q5.I
Helen @heltweet
#dsma Q 6 Clothing line for #diabetes BIG rangeofcolours notjust #shadesofblue separates w waistbands t support pumps,lotspockets 4 supplies
StephenS @stephenstype1
@RoseC_Tomato It's called a briefcase. When traveling, a backpack #dsma
Rosie T. @rc_tomato
@Kirbman101 I'm going to make you wear a fanny pack. A blue, bedazzled fanny pack. #dsma
StephenS @stephenstype1
RT @ilanalucas: Q6. OMG has anyone modified a Pez Dispenser so that it dispenses test strips??? #dsma
Gabriella @freakedfordemi
Closing thoughts on clothing: VS PINK leggings are the comfiest thing ever. Haha! (: #dsma
Surface Fine/ Alecia @surfacefine
@StephenSType1recently met with girl from @typetanks So far just for ladies but looking to expand... #dsma
Karen @karend1
@SharaSays hard to live life to it's full potential when a simple walk down a flight of stairs can send me scary low #dsma
Brian Kurzweil @briankurzweil
@JasonWIld haha I have a 7 yr old girl. She calls it my medicine bag #dsma
Kelly / Diabetes @diabetesalish
6: also, loyd snf lots of pockets, inside and out. #dsma
DiabetesSocMedAdvoca @diabetessocmed
Psyching Out Diabetes by Dr. Rubin et al http://t.co/H4xXLxQS3x #dsma