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New to insulin
Jan 19, 2008
... I was diagnosed with diabetes about three years ago. I was experiencing weight loss and blurred vision. My doctor first tried oral medications and played with the dosage for the past few years. ... (5 replies)
... nd that the operative words are "manage blood sugar levels." This should be done by WHATEVER means is necessary, including diet and exercise, oral meds, or even insulin if needed. The consequences of NOT keeping blood glucose levels close to normal would be far worse than the inconvenience of having to take meds or insulin. ... (3 replies)
... I am going to be very careful and watch it for a few more days, generally I am very thirsty but usually that is only when I eat very salty foods, but I've been very thirsty despite that. And I really like your signature "what have you done for the world today?" (3 replies)

... I was incredibly thirsty, going to the toilet a lot more often, diziness, blurred vision, generally tired all the time, being sick etc. ... (3 replies)
... will i have to go on insulin my mom dad and sister take shots twice aday i went to my mothers house to take my sugar levels on 2 different days before i had anything to eat 1 day 359 2 time 351 i went to doctors today tested in office was 408 i am having blood work done in morning can my sugar be controlled with out shots or medication what are dangers of being this high my... (23 replies)
... This week my boyfriend was diagnosed with Diabetes Type 1. He had been sick for the last month (dehydrated, hungry, exhausted, blurred vision, drastic weight loss) and we couldn't figure out why until I did some research and panicked at the fact he may have diabetes. I only panicked because he wasn't getting the medical attention he needed, plus I'm 1,200 miles away so it's... (3 replies)
... I'am 28 today and new to this. I eat healthly no fast food a lot of water no suagery pop if so 7UP twice daily active but have not been feeling great off and on for 2 months I just lived with it. Saturday the 11th was time for routine blood work from my mental health DR. I had to fast I did not eat anything after 8pm on Friday the 10th or on saturday Friday just had water.... (3 replies)
... I started taking insulin in May of this year. I developed blurred vision and extreme sensivity to bright sunlight. The blurred vision disappeared in about a week but I still have the sensivity to light. Will that ever go away? ... (0 replies)
... OMG you were very lucky that someone was there with you,the highest mine has ever been was about 800 but I also had the thirst and blurred vision which got bad i was considered legally blind for about 4 week it was not fun as you well know ,I was was diagnosed in 2003 but put on insulin right away I am also insulin resistant i am on 60 units of levemir daily and 5-7 units... (11 replies)
Prediabetic
May 12, 2012
... have educated myself but still have a riddle. I KNOW THAT 6.2 ISN'T SUPER BAD BUT MY DOCTOR SUGGESTED THAT DIABETIC DAMAGE IS HAPPENING AT THIS LEVEL ALSO. IT JUST DOESN'T START HAPPENING AT EXACLTY 6.4 (CURRENT A1C THAT THE ADA SAYS IS 'DIABETES'). I AM ALSO BATTLING BORDERLINE ANEMIA (MICROCYTIC) WHERE MY BLOOD CELLS DON'T LIVE 120 DAYS TO DETERMINE WHAT MY TRUE A1C IS.... (16 replies)
Prediabetic
May 11, 2012
... rease your sugars. It's the fight or flight response where glucose is coming out of the liver to keep you from fainting while exercising. Exercise is a natural insulin and will help keep your pancreas from making more insulin. Insulin is also a hormone. How old are you? ... (16 replies)
Severe hunger
Mar 28, 2012
... Exercise is a natural insulin and will push your sugars lower. That's why it's good for T2's to exercise to keep their sugars lower. You don't want to overdo it though. ... (1 replies)
... No, signs of high blood sugars are extreme thirst, frequent urination, dry skin, hunger, blurred vision, drowsiness and nausea. If you're hot then you could have other endocrine problems, hormonal problems, maybe even high BP. ... (21 replies)
... which is where the pancreas produces too much insulin and makes your sugar levels drop. ... (9 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)
Type 1 or type 2
Sep 12, 2010
... The difference between T1 and T2 is that T1 you need to take insulin, your pancreas doesn't produce the insulin needed to turn food into energy in your body. ... (4 replies)
... Extreme thirst, frequent urination, dry skin, hunger, blurred vision, drowsiness, and nausea. If you've got T2 diabetes your body isn't using the insulin that your pancreas is making correctly to give your cells energy. You might need medication to help the insulin work right. ... (4 replies)
... First of all, the blurred vision is probably temporary and due to your numbers coming down. As long as you keep those numbers down, it should go away after a while. ... (1 replies)
... Your symptoms, such as your blurred vision, will probably subside before that. ... (11 replies)
... I was in the hospital for almost 2 weeks and on insulin, Metformin, and Amaryl. When discharged, I was only on the meds and still wonder why they gave me insulin in the hospital right up until the moment I was discharged? ... (11 replies)


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