Taking care of her family was a top priority. With V-Go, she worries less about her diabetes and focuses more on her life.
Retired payroll specialist
Diagnosed in 2004
Stephanie lives to help other people. She always has. She volunteers her time working with the disabled and cares for her autistic daughter full time. Stephanie was understandably upset when she learned she would need to add managing diabetes to her already full schedule.
At first, the diagnosis frightened her. There were so many things to do, and so many other people to care for that Stephanie wasn’t sure how she would manage. Daily insulin injections made things even worse.
Stephanie was looking for something new.
Stephanie found her solution when she read about a new, once-daily insulin delivery device that is worn like a patch. She drove 30 miles to meet with an endocrinologist to learn more about V-Go. They thought V-Go was a good option for her.
Today, Stephanie says her A1c levels are steadier, and V-Go helps keep her consistent.
V-Go has helped Stephanie.
Now, every time she meets another person with diabetes, she sends them to the V-Go website to learn how they might experience the life-changing convenience and contentment she’s found.
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