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Healthcare Questionnaire

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Tell Us About Your Diabetes

Are You Currently Pregnant:
Are You Planning a Pregnancy:

Has Your Prescribing Healthcare Provider Diagnosed You for Any of the Following?

Diabetic Ketoacidosis (dangerous condition with dehydration, insulin deficit and high level of ketones present in the blood/urine):
Hyperglycemia (a higher than normal level of glucose in the blood):
Hypoglycemic Unawareness (inability to sense when your blood sugar is low):
Nocturnal Hypoglycemia (low blood glucose readings while sleeping):
Recurrent Hypoglycemia (frequent daytime lows):
• Any assistance with low blood glucose within the last 2 years?
Dawn Phenomenon (wake up with an increase in glucose readings):
Retinopathy (eye disease):
Gastroparesis (slowed stomach emptying):
Nephropathy (kidney problem):
Post-renal Transplant?
Neuropathy (pain, numbness, tingling or burning in hands or feet, increased heart rate, low blood pressure, delayed digestion, erectile dysfunction):
Cardiovascular Disease (heart attack or stroke):

In the Past 2 Years, Did You Have Diabetes Related...

Hospitalization?
Previous Pump Training/Education?
Weight Loss?
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