By Koda - 06/05/2011 04:27
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If it's medical you should have it under control in your room (assuming that's why your roomate is there)
for someone who is diabetic or hypoglycemic, severely low blood sugar (like the levels needed to pass out) very much impairs cognitive function. op may have been too incapacitated to fix the problem, and the fact that the roommate didnt even care enough to find help (even if he didn't want to do it himself) is just wrong.
agreed. people just think its so ******* easy for diabetics to manage everything. hell dome people even say they want disbetes so they cab get free candy. I'm like **** if i could give it to you I would. I hate people who dnt take disbetes Seriousley. Srry about spelling I am on an iPhone
Damn OP, you need to keep a Blood sugar monitor nearby to prevent future incidents. Maybe you can keep it in a black pouch that looks like a change purse.
ugliness shut the **** up.., op ydi because this fml is fake unless he's a complete idiot 1. a diabetic can FEEL when he's low 2. you dont pass out when your that low you go into a coma what was you bg? I would know seeing as I've had diabetes for nearly 11 years an I'm 15..... when I was 6 my bg went to 20 and I felt weak and blurry vision not pass out