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... o my medical needs. Now I do all that religiously. I can not afford not to. I was at one point completely blind and would not of been able to give my own insulin if I didn't have a device that I could hear make a clicking sound. I got my pen injector from my endocrinologist. ... (6 replies)
... places on my own albeit filled with anxiety i still did it. The problem is things feel so surreal that it scares me back home unless i am with my husband then i go pretty much anywhere. ... (26 replies)
... The reason you are getting hypo is because your body is producing extra insulin to combat the high carbs and it goes into overdrive causing you to go low...The reason you are always hungry is because going low makes you hungry. Did your doc recommend a low carb diet for you first? ... (6 replies)

... were not helping her she stopped taking and found out she had high lipids and was prdiabetic as well. she lost all the weight and got all her cholesterol stuff down to normal and now has no problems with anything anymore. ... (26 replies)
... First, relax. You're not going to go blind or have kidney failure in the next four years if your A1C is 8.1. ... (17 replies)
... Blood Glucose levels on 3 different recent occasions led to Doc sending me for an Oral Glucose Tolerance test, which came back fine but due to the higher fasting blood glucose levels, he instructed me to test at home myself for a few months to figure out what is going on. ... (0 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)
... between 100 and 120 but i'm afraid they are too high as well as someone told me to aim between 80 and 100 for the whole day. in order to do this i would have to eat zero carbs i fear and if i dont have some carbs i get too hungry but they told me that it will pass and i should eat only veggies for carbs. ... (34 replies)
... was told that I couldnt submerge it in water so a bath was out but they gave me a bag that looked like a Ziploc to put the machine in during a shower. It takes a blood sugar every minute to three minutes so I was told not to unhook for any reason. It had a hook on it so it clipped either to your underwear or clothing. ... (11 replies)
... The kicker is, your body NEEDS sugar. That is the preferred fuel for your cells to expend energy. ... (20 replies)
Diebetes and ivf
Jan 30, 2007
... I'll talk more about the insertion in a minute. The pump contains a reservoir of insulin. You program the pump to give you a basal rate of insulin. It's like the long acting insulins, only it's much more precise. ... (5 replies)
Dec 23, 2013
... diabetes especially if you were being checked for PCOS. ... (3 replies)
... i check my BS frequently during the day and it is always under 120 unless i eat when it is already at 120. for instance i dont know where i started at last night but i had had a sandwich and a few hours later some pizza so two hours after the pizza i was at 149... ... (15 replies)
... have you heard of dreamfields noodles stuff? ... (34 replies)
Aug 1, 2003
... Anyway, to your issue. I would first talk to the doc about getting on chromium picolinate as it helps to stabilize out your blood sugar and gives you a bit more flexibility. ... (6 replies)
... A coma is NOT passing out. A coma is a very serious thing that occurs when your blood sugar becomes too high or too low. Either way a serious coma can cause cardiac arrest and you can die. ... (1 replies)
... Hi Suavecat :wave: iv had Diabetes for 36 years, i first got it at the age of 5, and its a very hard diseases to live with,the doctors move your insulin up and down becauses they have to get you stablize, and they have to get the ketons out of you because its very dangerous, take in insulin will get it out of your system, plus drink a lot of water, the more you have it... (9 replies)
... I am sorry to hear that you are having to go through all of this. If it is any comfort, this is a condition that is all about control. You can control it and live a normal happy life. It isnt like cancer where it just takes you over and you are helpless. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Jakerleen I'm from the UK and the Midlands too. I look after a insulin controlled diabetic and will try to help you out a bit if possible. My gran is a type 2 Diabetic and is also overweight and has high BP and Cholesterol. ... (18 replies)
Oct 17, 2012
... I know exactly how you feel. ... (5 replies)

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