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... it is far more common for diabetics to suffer problems with IBS and spastic colon. How? ... (4 replies)
... vical fusion on Monday and was in the hospital for three days. I also have type 2 diabetes. During my stay at the hospital I did get pneumonia. I was also giving insulin while I was there, which I don't take at home and never have. ... (5 replies)
... The square wave bolus is a feature of insulin pumps. It gives you your meal bolus of insulin over a period of time, instead of all at once. ... (4 replies)

... ta almost 6 weeks now. Unfortunately I am suffering quite badly from the side effects but I am hoping it will settle down because against medical predictions my IBS has really improved since being on the Byetta. ... (5 replies)
... He said that many patients that present with these symptoms are misdiagnosedwith IBS when they really have Poly Cystic Ovarion Syndrome which goes hand in hand with Insulin Resistance. ... (5 replies)
Type II - Actos
Dec 22, 2003
... hi, im a type 2 diabetic for 5 years now. i started taking actos about 3 years ago then changed to avandia (they are about the same meds) and becareful cause it WILL make you gain weight, i gained over 30 pounds and had edemia (swollen ankles). for the past 2 weeks ive been off the avandia and i started taking glucophage XR 750 mgs, that medication is suppose to let you lose... (3 replies)
Type II - Actos
Dec 16, 2003
... Went to the doctor for a UTI. Had high sugar in urine so they did a blood test. It was 344. He gave me a shot of insulin and put me on Actos. I had avoided any meds for almost 2 years, but began gaining back the weight. My hgA1c level was over 7 where it had been 5.4. ... (3 replies)
... One other thing, Lady. You mentioned IBS...are you talking about inflammatory bowel disease or irritable bowel syndrome? I was wondering if you've been treated frequently with steroids, because I can tell you, for certain, that when you're on steroids, it's almost impossible to get your blood sugars down. However, sometimes (and this only works for me sometimes) if you get... (10 replies)
... thank you. I do agree that I don't have diabetes as such and I need not be on insulin, but you can see that there is a fluctuation, and I am physically experiencing the symptoms, so I'd better be careful. Main problem is that if I restrict carbs I am too low on calories overall and I have IBS, which means that I can't just eat as much fibre and fat as normal people. I am now... (2 replies)
... y middle and that in turn has destabilised my back. Just wondering if anyone else has experienced this and if anyone has any advice. I also suffer with chronic IBS and I would say that has been worse since going on the insulin but having that also affects my diet choices! ... (0 replies)
... Maybe this insulin he's on isn't the right one for him. He also should see a gastroenterologist and get his bowels and colon checked. He could have IBS. ... (5 replies)
Oh, PLEASE help!
Apr 15, 2009
... met. I also have IBS badly. To me the first two weeks were the worst as I had headaches, nausea, upset stomach, constantly running to the bathroom, pretty much complete misery. ... (7 replies)
... day is required for me to maintain my weight and that 36 grams was the minimum per meal or I wouldn't get enough insulin to cover my food needs in a day. ... (10 replies)
... type 2 diabetes after the birth of my child. According to my Dr., my pregnancy threw all of my hormones out of whack leaving me insulin resistant. I am controling my blood sugar through diet. A little side note, I never tend to drop below 75. ... (5 replies)




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