I suppose this is what my pancreas looks like: emptiness where the insulin is supposed to be.
Except the pancreas probably isn’t made of broken glass.
Fortunately, I had a backup. (Backup Novolog. Not a backup pancreas – my pharmacy doesn’t stock those and my insurance wouldn’t cover it anyway.)
Oh, and even though we all do it, the butter compartment of the fridge is not a particularly good place to keep insulin, particularly if it’s also where you keep the butter.
Such are the sagas of living with diabetes.
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Posted on March 30, 2012, in Diabetes, Personal. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.
uh oh! This looks like a recent event that happened to me 😉
Aaah yes, I remember that event well!
Oh my gosh – been there done THAT. I also have always stored my insulin bottles in the butter compartment .. and they will occasionally fall out.
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