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Some days this can be my mantra, but then some days like yesterday and today I'm still in bed and this just makes me want to cry.

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from February Stars

Learning To Appreciate & Accept Who You Are

Learning to accept and appreciate who you are when you are chronically ill. Click to read or pin to save for later.

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Concept map that explains diabetic ketoacidosis causes, pathophysiology, diagnosis and management. This map links between all aspects of DKA to simplify understanding and memorization. This map is part of Diabetes Mellitus Concept Map from Zoom out - Pharmacotherapy website.

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Illness changes us, but we also change how illness impacts our life. It takes time. And you will be mad that it doesn't just change your life but takes time to learn to live with it--because YOU DON'T WANT to learn to live with it. But if you have recently been diagnosed and your heart aches... Know this.... This ache will grow smaller. Hang on.

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'so you've had a rough couple of days, hug?" "Try years" | Chronic Illness | Chronic Pain & Fatigue | Fibromyalgia

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from Diabetic Living Online

10 Things to Do When You Find Out You Have Diabetes

A type 2 diabetes diagnosis can be overwhelming, but you''re not alone. Our guide for newly diagnosed people with diabetes can help you navigate your way through the diabetes information you need to know now. From explaining blood glucose tests to developing a diabetes eating plan, our easy-to-follow guide will help you live well with diabetes.

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The Effects of Diabetes on the Body. Send to first semester students

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from Counting My Spoons

Fibromyalgia Nerve Pain affects a variety of areas

Fibromyalgia nerve pain affects throughout the body. IBS, urinary incontinence, acid reflux

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This is one of the few CFS/ME symptom charts that details one of the symptoms I have most often: feeling poisoned (and fluey, & nauseous), etc. I have all these symptoms regularly, except for the light/noise intolerance, which I feel quite lucky to say I rarely have.

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