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... in the morning. Anyway, its been a couple of months now since starting taking those medications. I dont know where my Cholestorol is, but I will be taking a blood test in a few weeks for that. ... (2 replies)
... I have serious issues lately with episodes of sudden low sugar levels. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, Dick Tracy you can be alive and have a blood sugar of 900...I know someone who was Dx'd at 930.... ... (24 replies)

... About a month ago I checked my Blood sugar because I come from a long line of Diabetics on my mothers side and I wasn't feeling that great. Come to find out my sugar was only 50. ... (2 replies)
... ANyway, my blood sugar was over 500 and I was in the hospital for almost a week. ... (4 replies)
... I hope you are not serious to come to USA. It is not always better here. You have to have insurance to get even somewhat good medical treatment. If you get luck a good doctor. ... (14 replies)
... which is enough to put me consistently over 100 in the mornings. ... (0 replies)
... Well it's your life, or what's left of it. So if you want to go blind like my Uncle did, at age 50, lose your feet first as my friend did and finally they had to take one leg off to the mid of the thigh, then continue on your present eating habits. ... (7 replies)
... I just sent you a reply to the keratoconus message you sent, but I'm checking in here too. I am also a Type I diabetic and am on the pump. Your friend's blood sugars should NOT be that irregular on the pump. His endocrinologist sounds like he is in the wrong business! I would suggest your friend see another Dr. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks a lot for answering my questions. I have never met his doctor, but from everything I have heard about him, he is not a very good doctor. We've tried to get him to go see somebody else, but he doesn't see the reason. He thinks this guy is good. ... (5 replies)
... I have been pre diabetic for years. I finally started testing my sugar recently. ... (3 replies)
... and it's effect on my blood sugar has been minimal. In addition, your carbohydrate intake is fairly low, your protein intake is very high. ... (15 replies)
... an a child would, at some point in the not too far distant future, if you stop taking your insulin you will die. Sorry to be so harsh, but if the T 1.5 diagnosis is correct, that is what will happen. ... (14 replies)
... and have been eating strictly what I am supposed to. I was wondering, if I am type 1.5 do I need the insulin or is there a possible chance I can control this by diet? ... (14 replies)
... The doctor said she was going to test for Diabetes, however in this office visit, she tested my blood sugar? ... (10 replies)
... You want me to find a source that says that insulin resistance is caused by obesity? ... (17 replies)
... Its wonderful you're so much in control and YES you should be looked upon as a role model but reality is that very few diabetics will ever gain the same tight control you have. You said yourself... ... (24 replies)
... Dexcom customer, with no financial interest in the company and it's sales... except, I'd be unbelievably pissed if they went out of business. For me, this device is the BEST THING since the switch from urine testing to blood testing. Yes, BIGGER than the introduction of "fast" insulin analogs. ... (2 replies)
... law. He is about 31 or 32, was diagnosed with diabetes about 3 years ago when he started rapidly losing weight. His mother has diabetes, too. ... (2 replies)
... The symptoms you mention sound more like low blood sugar rather than high. Please let us know what the docsays and what her outcome is. ... (2 replies)


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