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Sore Legs
Nov 15, 2000
... off many years ago, but over the past few months my legs have gotten worse. The doctors don't seem to be able to tell me what is wrong with them. ... (2 replies)
... a reoccurring sore throat. It becomes sore and hoarse. My right lymph node has been swollen as well, and this began around the same time as my auras last year. ... (0 replies)
... red no matter how much sleep I get!!! I have a dry throat but dont drink too much water!!! My vision goes blurry and i get headaches!!! One day I "saw stars"! My legs and feet get really numb and I can barely walk with them!!! I have hammer toes from wearing shoes that are too tight but I didn't notice it happen!!! ... (1 replies)

... I find the abdomen the best place to inject for me....much better than the legs but even there it gets a bit sore sometimes. ... (10 replies)
... I go for a half hour walk everyday with my dogs but I'm really sore after that. I feel beat up. I have taken to wearing compression socks just to maybe ease the tingles and aches. ... (3 replies)
... Today, lower legs and ankles are really swollen worse. Went to Urgent Care and was tested for DVT. Normal again. Yet, here I sit, tired, legs swollen and tight, looking on internet for some clue and not any closer to answers. ... (4 replies)
... Wow, you've only been dx'ed for 10 days and already you're being proactive. Good for you. Remember, if you take good care of yourself, you have an excellent chance of living a long, productive and fun life. As for testing, I would suggest varying the times of day that you test. Fasting is important, but so is checking 2 hours after different meals. So on some days check... (2 replies)
... My dad had his leg amputated after a huge gaping sore in his foot wouldn't heal. His mom had both legs amputated before she died. I don't want to go down that road. I am only 35. Can anyone help? ... (2 replies)
... I am very worried about my dad who has had type II diabetes for the past 15 years. He is 67 yrs old and is overweight. It seems in the past few years his diabetes has caused his health to digress a lot. His blood sugar levels have been running extremilly HIGH. In fact when I was home for Christmas (I live in another city) I went to the dr. with him and the dr. had said his... (2 replies)
... I went to Dr in 2001 for sinus and urinary tract, bladder, and kidney infection-- was told that since I was over 45, and overweight that I MIGHT POSSIBLY be a diabetic. A1C test was done in afternoon, not fasting in a.m. and it came back at 6.1. At this time I was a sugaraholic big time. I was told that level needed to be under 7.0 I questioned need for meds and was... (11 replies)
... see if you are a good candidate. I did not take my diagnosis seriously when I was young, so I am now on Insulin and have terribly painful neuropathy in my lower legs and hands. I am also having to deal with a small open sore on my foot, which could take months to heal. ... (6 replies)
... numbers have been running high for a few months. My youngest child is nearly 4. My fastings have been aron 139 and my A1-c's keep coming back around 6.3/6.4. I have not been medicated but am having symptoms that are mimicking MS, and am having an mri tomorrow to rule it out. However, in light of my sugars becoming so high, I am wondering if these symptoms are diabetic... (4 replies)
... I use the disposable Novolog pen 2 x a day, and when I first got it, was told to rotate sites, legs, arms, stomach etc, but when I tried to shoot legs, ended up with sore, hard lumps, harder to control, even bent the needle a few times. So now I inject into my "spare tire", LOL, lots of space there to rotate injections. I always do 1 or 2 units of "air shot" first to make... (10 replies)
... either legs again, or if you are too sore no weights. ... (23 replies)
What to do?
Sep 2, 2003
... It seems that most sores on our legs can be referred to as ulcers. The way I have cared for my sores is by treating them with regular antibiotic creams like Neosporin and keep it covered. ... (1 replies)
... in. Dr has done every test possible even angigram. Did not test for diabetic. I have problems with leakage from bladder, feet, leg pains and diegestive problems, sore in scalp that won't heal and toe nail problems. My feet are so bad that it aches to walk and I don't know why. Lower legs are red in patchy areas. ... (9 replies)
... A dark blue. It wasn't sore particularly and I don't remember hitting my leg there. I am a type II diabetec, who also had 6 bypasses on my heart in Oct. '81. ... (10 replies)
... P.S. Not many diabetics have their legs amputated. ... (15 replies)
... The info you gave about legs around the ankle. ... (5 replies)
... nty of excercise and if you have any excess weight to loose try to loose it since this can also be a big factor. Get regular eye exams and examine your feet and legs often for any sore or signs of pressure areas. ... (7 replies)




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