my diabetes my way

http://www.mydiabetesmyway.scot.nhs.uk

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my diabetes my way is the NHS Scotland interactive diabetes website to help support people who have diabetes and their family and friends.

You'll find leaflets, videos, educational tools and games containing information about diabetes. You can now also use this website to view your own up-to-date diabetes clinic results, to help you manage your condition more effectively.

Diabetes (know formally as Diabetes Mellitus) is a long-term condition caused by too much glucose, a type of sugar, in the blood. There are over 250,000 people with diabetes in Scotland - that's around one person in every twenty.

In the case of an emergency, view the emergency contact leaflet here

My Diabetes

My Diabetes


Sign up to gain access to your own test results, clinic letters and your treatment plan. Take advantage of this opportunity which is only available in NHS Scotland.

Whatisdiabetes

What is Diabetes?


Understand the different types of diabetes mellitus and learn how to manage your type of diabetes. Read about blood glucose monitoring.

My Complications

My Complications


Learn how poor diabetes control affects your body. Reduce your risk of complications or prevent worsening of existing symptoms. Read about treatment of diabetes complications.

My Medication

My Medication


Increase your knowledge of the diabetes treatments available for your type of diabetes. Learn about how to administer your medications - insulin and non-insulin treatments are discussed.

My Lifestyle

My Lifestyle


This section discusses how diabetes affects your life, including topics such as driving, employment, travel and exercising.

My Family

My Family


This section contains information to help support you or your family when dealing with diabetes. It covers diabetes and pregnancy and resources for children and parents of children who have diabetes.

Diabetes Search Engine


Search this site and other good sites to find answers to your diabetes questions.

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