Grace’s fear of needles made taking insulin an enormous task. Thankfully, she found V-Go, and now her diabetes is under control. Her fear of needles is a thing of the past.
Diagnosed in 2010
When Grace walks into her classroom on the first day of the semester, not a single student would think, “There’s a person who has diabetes.” She’s young, healthy, energetic, and passionate about teaching. Little does anyone know she’s getting a steady dose of insulin through the V-Go device hidden under her blouse.
Grace was diagnosed in 2010. Managing her diabetes with diet didn’t work, and the oral medication made her nauseous. So, in 2015, she went on insulin.
Grace struggled with her diabetes:
Grace started eating by herself to avoid embarrassment.
In 2016, Grace’s doctor suggested V-Go and she says it has been a lifesaver. “I was really excited because I’d only have to put V-Go on once a day. I don’t have to worry about forgetting to bring my injection supplies.” Grace loves the convenience and discreetness of V-Go. “I think that was the best thing for me. I just really hated giving myself those shots.”
For Grace, life with V-Go is almost like life without diabetes. She’s able to get back to the things she loves:
Best of all, she doesn’t think about multiple daily injections. “Life is crazy enough without dealing with diabetes. V-Go gives me peace of mind because I barely have to think about it.”
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