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... I am writing to find info for my husband who was diagnosed with type 2 about 1 mo. ago. He takes Metformin, 1 am and 1 pm. ... (6 replies)
... there is no food that will actually lower your blood sugar when it's high. The only thing that might do that would be exercise, but if your blood sugar is over 250, then you need to test for ketones first before exercising. ... (3 replies)
... Good points, Itotito...especially that info about how really high blood sugar levels make even T1's more insulin resistant. ... (9 replies)

... Your blood sugar is high enough for you to be classed as diabetic. But it isn't that bad. Sounds like the problem has been identified early on. ... (5 replies)
... ITS FUnny how we have to learn the hard way. ... (26 replies)
... I'd pretty much go by how she feels. ... (6 replies)
... Most of us are capable of doing what we want to by making up our minds we are going to do it. ... (11 replies)
... All foods are carbs it just some are conplex carbs and some simple carbs . You will get protin in the carbs and your body will make protin. ... (6 replies)
... It is very common for women who had gestational diabetes to then develop Type 2 later on. Being overweight doesn't help, but you may have developed it anyway. ... (5 replies)
... it depends. Depending on how sensitive you are, you might have some leeway and being a couple of hours off schedule won't matter, but it probably varies from person to person. ... (2 replies)
... To make sense of this, you need to understand how insulin is used to control your blood sugar level. When your beta cells produce insulin, some of it is stored as granules in the beta cells for later use. ... (9 replies)
... people, the peak is sooner and the blood sugar goes down faster. In diabetics, the peak can be a bit later and it takes longer for the blood sugar to go back down. ... (2 replies)
... and the basal insulin required to absorb that glucose is not exact, then you will have your blood sugar go up or down regardless of what you eat. ... (6 replies)
... With or without health insurance, diabetes is no disease to ignore. In several months you could develop serious complications with blood sugars running as high as yours have been. ... (6 replies)
... I am so sorry to hear that you are going through all of this. First off, I am a type 1 so I am sure there will be others, type 2's, who can help. I just wanted to lend my know how on a few things. ... (2 replies)
... I was diagnosed at 33 as type2. I was on Glucophage XR for about 6 months, and got my blood sugars under control with A1C tests at 5. ... (2 replies)
Nov 12, 2014
... Hey! I really commend you for hanging in there with trying to get help to deal with your problems. Medical doctors often are focused on medications and have no tools for dealing with our emotional and mental issues. ... (1 replies)
Oct 17, 2012
... I know exactly how you feel. ... (5 replies)
... juice, glucose tablets, lifesavers, candy, etc. to get your sugars to go higher. Metformin is used to help insulin work in T2 diabetics. If you're taking too much of it then that's probably why your low all the time. ... (8 replies)
... i had a hard time finding a post from you but now i did and i asked this same question of JJ cause i know she is type 2 and closer to what i have but you are a fountain of info too and so i wanted to ask you too. today i did a test on a food called dreamfields. ... (34 replies)

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