I was just over the moon when I got a text from my dad, telling me that I had just passed the point of no return.
He had been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes and was living with it in his apartment in west London.
I’d been looking forward to the weekend as we had planned to spend Christmas at the family home.
As the weekend progressed, the hospital staff were telling me the reality of the situation.
He was having trouble with his blood sugar and his weight was falling.
He wasn’t able to eat or move around and he was having difficulty breathing.
He’d lost his ability to breathe on his own.
I could see it was becoming clear that he would not make it through the weekend.
It was an awful situation, one I could never have imagined having to live through.
I went on Facebook and began to receive a barrage of messages from friends and family.
They were all shocked to hear that their loved one was struggling with a life-threatening condition.
“It was the most devastating thing I’d ever heard,” one wrote.
“My daughter’s diabetes was the only thing that kept me going when things weren’t going so well.”
I can’t imagine how devastating this must have been for my dad.
The type 1 diabetes is a serious illness that can be hard to manage, and it affects a whole host of different areas of your life.
It’s not always obvious how much the condition affects you, and how much it affects your friends and colleagues.
In a sense, Type 1 Diabetes can be seen as the insurance of your entire life.
For the people who struggle with Type One Diabetes, there’s little that they can do to change the fact that their life is in their own hands.
When your diabetes becomes so severe that it’s impossible to function, the body simply cannot keep up.
It starts to deteriorate, with severe side effects such as kidney failure, heart failure and blindness.
When this happens, the person has no control over their own body and has little ability to control their own diabetes.
There’s nothing they can really do about it.
For most people with Type 2 diabetes, the disease’s effects are milder.
The main problem with Type 3 diabetes is that it can cause severe and disabling kidney problems, which can be life-changing.
People with Type 4 diabetes, on the other hand, have much worse kidney problems and have no control at all over their diabetes.
It can lead to serious problems with blood pressure and heart problems.
And the complications that it causes can be so serious that you can die from it.
Type 1, Type 2 and Type 3 Diabetes are conditions that are associated with severe symptoms and often require hospitalisation.
Type 2 Diabetes Type 1 is when your body is producing too much insulin and the body can’t use it effectively.
Type 3 is when the body produces too little insulin and your body can produce it but the body’s insulin levels are so low that the body has trouble making enough insulin.
The problem with this condition is that people with type 1 can have mild symptoms of Type 2.
Type I is when insulin production is so weak that the person cannot use it and can have severe symptoms of type 2.
People who have type 1 or type 2 diabetes are at a much greater risk of developing type 3 diabetes.
People diagnosed with type 3 usually have kidney disease, heart disease and a variety of other health problems.
But people with diabetes who are diagnosed with severe diabetes are much more likely to develop kidney disease and heart disease.
The disease is known as Type 1 or Type 2 Type 3.
People have a higher risk of Type 3 than those diagnosed with other types of diabetes, such as type 2 or 3 Type 1.
Type 4 Diabetes Type 4 is when you have insulin levels so low they cannot make enough insulin, which means you are unable to make enough blood cells to make insulin.
This condition can affect your ability to take care of your body and your overall wellbeing.
People affected by Type 4 are also at a greater risk for developing diabetes, particularly if they have other complications such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol or high blood sugar.
In people with mild to moderate Type 4, the only way they can control their condition is by using insulin.
But once they reach the point where they can no longer make insulin, their body no longer has enough insulin to supply the cells that keep their cells alive.
Type 5 Diabetes Type 5 is when they are so weak or unable to produce enough insulin that they cannot use their insulin effectively.
People are often confused about what type of diabetes they have, and their doctors can’t be sure of what type they have.
There are a number of conditions that can lead people with hypoglycemia to develop Type 5.
Hypoglycemics can also have heart disease, high blood cholesterol and diabetes.
This type of disease is not the same as Type 4 Type 5 diabetes.
If someone has Type 5, they are usually diagnosed with diabetes type 5, which is a disease