Before I get into the main topic of this post, I want to provide some updates from my last post. Last week, I went back to the oral surgeon and had a scan done, which showed the lesion and anatomy in better detail. From the scan, the surgeon concluded that the lesion is just a bone scar and does not need surgically removed unless I begin experiencing symptoms. So the good news: no surgery!
I also had my latest endocrinologist appointment. I was dreading the appointment because my blood sugar has been all over the place, and I expected my A1C to jump back above 7%. My appointment went much better than expected, and my A1C is 6.9%. Considering the infection, antibiotics, and all the stress and exhaustion I had lately, that is great!
This post is going to be different than all my others. I created a video showing how to administer a glucagon shot, a shot that is used in a severe low blood sugar emergency. By knowing how to administer this shot, you could potentially save the life of a person who has diabetes. If you know someone who has diabetes or are in the medical field, I think this video would be beneficial for you to watch.
Unfortunately, I can’t embed the video into my post, so I uploaded the video to Youtube.