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Hola! Me llamo Cecy, tengo 13 años y vivo en Xalapa, México.

Me diagnosticaron diabetes tipo 1 en agosto de 2004 antes de entrar a 6º de primaria. Al principio perdí mucho peso, tomaba mucha agua y dormía todo el día. Los doctores pensaron que era sólo una hepatitis pero después, cuando volví al hospital, mis niveles de azúcar estaban muy altos y fue cuando me diagnosticaron diabetes.

Nadie en mi familia es diabético pero todos me apoyan mucho y cuando hay fiestas compran comida y dulces especiales para mí!

Tengo una perrita Chihuahua llamada Bambina y me encanta jugar volley ball. Mis papás quieren comprarme una bomba de insulina pero necesitan información en español para ellos y para que yo pueda leerla e informarme más. Si tú tienes información o usas una bomba de insulina, por favor escribeme al correo de mi hermana : pinkflower108 AT Queremos saber de tí!



Hello! My name is Cecy, I am 13 years old and live in Xalapa, Mexico.

I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in August of 2004 before entering 6th grade. At first I lost a lot of weight, drank a lot of water and slept all day. The doctors thought I had hepatitis but later, when I returned to the hospital, my blood sugar level was very high and that was when they diagnosed me with diabetes.

Nobody in my family is diabetic but all they support me a lot and when there are parties and they buy food and special candies for me!

I have a Chihuahua named Bambina and I love to play volley ball. My parents want to buy me an insulin pump, but they need information in Spanish so that I can read it and to tell them about it. If you have information or use an insulin pump, please email me at my sister's address: pinkflower108 AT We want to learn about the pump!


Published February 5, 2006


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