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... I dont know what pcos is if you are producing too much insulin you usually are resistant to your own insulin and the body compensates by making more yes glucophage usually is for diabetes, it helps with insulin resistance maybe go back to your GP doc and ask for an explanation (8 replies)
... so I took myself off of it. It was making me dehydrated and I couldnt afford to get put into the hospital. I am a full time security guard and walk 4,000 stairs a week and 30 miles. ... (8 replies)
... Sounds like a double dose of insulin to me. My understanding of type two diabetes is that the pancreas secretes too much insulin because the insulin isn't as effective as it should be. Hard for me to imagine a doctor ok'ing such a thing but I am new to this. ... (17 replies)

... s supposed to manage just your basic metabolic needs. Once you get the right dose of Lantus, it should keep your blood sugar regulated if you don't eat, without making you go too low. Then the humalog should be geared to your food...not a set amount 3 times a day but rather an insulin to carb ratio. ... (13 replies)
... True. Possibly. Can you help me understand what scientific data that you are basing this on? Or is it your own personal experience? (17 replies)
... Nesidoblastosis is a condition where your pancreas makes too much insulin. It's generally a congenital condition and leads to severe hypoglycemia. ... (17 replies)
... I disagree. You have reactive hypoglycemia AND insulin resistance. ... (4 replies)
... I have been fooling around with too much garbage lately and know my A1C will be high this month. I don't want to go on insulin if I don't have too. ... (5 replies)
... I went to a nutritionists but I have found that the majority of the medical world I come in contact with doesn't believe in hypo without the existance of tumors making too much insulin or insulin medication so I would leave feeling like I was getting nowhere. ... (4 replies)
... my problem just 2 years ago. So I know what you mean. I am going to be 26 in less then a month and I am not ready to believe that I cant have anymore kids due to insulin problems. ... (8 replies)
... Yes, I am about 30 pounds overweight. I am making an effort to eat less carbs and more protein. I will see if that helps. ... (7 replies)
... I am making an appointment today. I actually have been seeing a doctor for it already but didn't like his approach so going to see a new doctor. ... (3 replies)
... On a side note your kidneys don't brake down sugar has your pancreas makes insulin and your insulin brakes down the sugar .Too much sugar you get sick and you body is not making enough insulin and your diabetic . ... (6 replies)
Insulin resistance
Aug 21, 2011
... over 125, and you are diabetic. If 100 or lower, you are normal. In between 100 and 125, you are insulin resistant. ... (6 replies)
... I was told that it IS possible to take too much insulin and consequently your sugars will be HIGHER again... Perhaps you should ask your Endo to confirm amounts of insulin for your body weight... ... (5 replies)
... For someone with reactive hypoglycemia, going low is because of too much insulin. And the more carbs you eat at time, the more excess insulin gets produced. And bigger the reaction will be. ... (9 replies)
... Once he has cleaned up his act, you will be able to form a view on whether the insulin regimen is suitable or not. The Endo will consider problems like waking with lows in the middles of the night and getting highs in the morning. ... (3 replies)
Oct 4, 2002
... ates other than fiber eventually end up as sugar in your bloodstream. The fewer carbohydrates you take in, the fewer your pancreas has to deal with by releasing insulin to dispose of it. Also remember that Type II diabetes, at least in the earlier stages, is a disease of insulin resistance. ... (5 replies)
New to insulin
Jan 20, 2008
... For now, expect to run a little high until the cold runs it's course. 250 doesn't seem like a huge cause for worry. Much above 300 for more than a few hours and you should get yourself some medical attention. Fast. ... (5 replies)

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