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... These lumps HURT! I know, but also what will happen is the insulin in those areas can not absorb into your system effectivly and this will affect your BS readings. ... (2 replies)
... Several months ago, after having the type 1 diabeties for almost 15 years, I started to develop constant burning in my stomach for hours after meals, constant belching, fullness, erratic blood sugars, and diarrhea. ... (4 replies)
... Select the site of your injection based on a "rotating" pattern of sites, never using the same site consecutively. ... (2 replies)

... Hello there, thanks for reply 92261. ... (10 replies)
... Now when you say butt , do you actually mean in the cheeks? Or in the hip above.? Thanks for all the help (3 replies)
... needles are so thin, so there is usually little or no stinging. I find that if I inject into an area that the alcohol hasn't completely dried, there is tendency for the injection to sting...sometimes REALLY sting. ... (1 replies)
... My sincere apologies if my question is not appropriate for this board... ... (7 replies)
... My pump is also set to beep "low reservoir" at 20 units. I've only been using it for two weeks, but so far it hasn't had to remind me to change it because I've had to change it for other reasons. ... (29 replies)
... jdimassimo, thanks a lot for the info!! ... (7 replies)
... I've been on metaforin for just over a month, my insulin blood work levels were 41 and last week was retested and am down to 11. ... (11 replies)
Low Insulin Level
May 20, 2006
... I've been suffering with these low blood sugar attacks for five yrs now. ... (11 replies)
... This is the best invention EVER! I was up to 6 shots a day. Now, I push a few buttons and I'm done. Been on it for 3 yrs now. ... (14 replies)
... Yes, Recently I have been using a lot of other areas to inject my insulin now. ... (7 replies)
... Due to being overweight, insulin resistance developed. The body realizes the insulin resistance happened, and made more insulin to overcome it. ... (17 replies)
... I am a type 1, but I think I can answer some of your general diabetes questions for you. Those who require insulin can definitely make it work, and make it work well. In some ways, it is easier than being on oral meds. ... (2 replies)
... My son was diagnosed in Oct of 2005 at age 16. He's now 18 and is very well controlled using two types of insulin, short acting and long acting. He tried the pump and hated it! ... (15 replies)
... Are you putting the pen needle straight on. I prepare insulin injections for my blind husband using a disposable NovoRapid FlexPen. If I don't put the needle on straight, the part of the needle that goes into the insulin gets bent and the insulin won't flow. ... (10 replies)
... hey can indeed lower your blood glucose levels, but they can also cause low blood sugar and, the biggest reason not to use them IMHO, is that they can cause your insulin producing cells to burn out faster, thus causing you to go on insulin sooner. ... (9 replies)
Please Help!
Dec 7, 2004
... sit, she asked the nurse about a type 2 amputee that we saw at a diabetes expo and the nurse told her that type 2's are at a disadvantage because many of them go for years without treatment. That seemed to make her feel better. ... (7 replies)
... Hi everyone! I am looking for some advice and perspective. I'm not even sure this is where I should be asking this as you will see as it goes. ... (0 replies)


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