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... Insulin is made exactly to be and act just like what is produced in your body...and lowers blood sugar...pills on the other hand all have SIDE effects, have to be processed by the liver and kidneys, and are by now means like anything in the body... ... (23 replies)
... Try to read and learn as much as you can about insulin and how it effects blood sugar. It's important to know how the basal dose effects the numbers throughout the day. You know your son better than anyone and you'll be the one managing his disease. ... (1 replies)
... Are they saying not to drink it right when I take it becasue it may lower my blood sugar more or I might not realize how low its going if I got drunk or are they saying I should no longer drink alcohol at ALL because of some danger insulin and alcohol do long term? ... (2 replies)

... peptide test. I think the deciding factor for my Doctor was when he discovered the only way for me to have any control of my blood sugar was to take insulin at least every 4 hrs. I am on what he calls industrial doses with intensive insulin regimen. ... (9 replies)
... I checked my fasting blood sugar this morning it was 161. I believe I am type II diabetic. I haven't been to my doctor. I really don't see a reason to go if I can monitor my sugar level. ... (5 replies)
... some say it helps lower bg, and some say it does nothing... but I don't think it will raise it. Garlic is known to support liver function, as it helps to reduce certain toxins in the body. ... (4 replies)
BS level question
Apr 30, 2004
... starch veggies, avoid junk foods, sugar, potatoes, rice, flour, desserts, sugar sweetened beverages or soda pop. Avoid high fat meals. Fat causes greater insulin resistance. ... (6 replies)
... Before i got my sugar under control I use to have tingling and burning in my feet and legs all the time. ... (18 replies)
... Okay, I am frustrated. I am trying to learn more about neuropathy and am reading opposing things that don't make sense. I believe I am experiencing symptoms of neuropathy but I am not sure. ... (18 replies)
More questions
Dec 29, 2003
... Actually, this is a very UNsafe way to handle type 1 diabetes. It is true that there are usually physical symptoms when your blood sugar is either too high or too low. BUT, there are times when you can feel fine and your blood sugar be out of whack. ... (2 replies)
Oct 4, 2002
... cookies, and pies and the not so obvious breads, pasta, rice, potatoes, and cereal. Just remember that ALL carbohydrates other than fiber eventually end up as sugar in your bloodstream. The fewer carbohydrates you take in, the fewer your pancreas has to deal with by releasing insulin to dispose of it. ... (5 replies)
... Sometimes people do feel fine with lower blood sugars. ... (2 replies)
... I agree with Rosier. I have not heard of "waiting til the 200" mark to do something, but who knows what his reasoning is? ... (7 replies)
... First of all I have to start by saying that I think Metformin is a generally safe drug that's been around for a long time and is well known. ... (12 replies)
Lads holiday
Mar 19, 2007
... You sound just like me with regards to your sugars being high after a night out. ... (13 replies)
... meaning I eat and spike high and stay high until I eat again too sweet or fatty and then get even HIGHER. They will put you on same diet as diabetic. It all has to do with how your pancreas is producing TOO much insulin. I do not make enough. ... (1 replies)

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