Diabetic Living Australia

You have to listen to your gut

“When I was told I had type 2 in mid 2018 after a regular check-up, I wasn’t particularly shocked, even though I felt fine. Type 2 runs in my family, so I’d been warned in the past that for me, it was less a matter of ‘if’ and more a matter of ‘when’. Looking back and knowing what I know now, what did shock me was how blasé my GP at the time

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