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  • 13 days ago

    Type 1 diabetic with lots of issues

    Hi I'm a type one diabetic been type one since I saw Six I'm 36 now I'm bipolar depression I was in a coma about five years ago with a blood clot in my left leg I try to stay active my diabetes is not well controlled my a1c is 7.8 and I have tendinitis is my left shoulder don't know what else to tell you
  • 29 days ago

    Blood sugar diet

    I found out I had T2 diabetes in 2012. I've just started the (Michael Mosley) 8-week blood sugar diet - I discovered it after reading "Fixing Dad". For those who don't know about it, it's a low-carb, low calorie program that is based on the Mediterranean diet. After 8 weeks, you adapt it, sticking to the Mediterranean principles the whole week but only going low calorie for 2 days out of 7 per week. I'm on day 4 and finding it surprisingly easy. I haven't been hungry....
  • 3 months ago


    I have been taking my metformin on/off what, how is affecting my body?
  • Type 2 Diabeties

    I have a question. I been frequent going to the bathroom (urine alot) and notice my color is clear. Is this a serious condition to be checked? Also they think that can be a affection on the kidney.
  • 12 months ago

    BG stable after years on insulin

    What would cause my sugar to stabilize all of a sudden after years on sliding scale, pill, and long acting shots. I have changed my diet or habits very little. This has been going on now for about 3 months.
  • over 1 year ago

    Need answers

    Hi I’m a type 1 diabetic. they said I have inflammation, tendinitis in my should. They want me to get a Cortizone shot and try Pt again. but my blood sugar have been running in the 300 400. I was in a coma about five years ago. that’s when I had a blood clot as well so my question is should I take the shot or try something else?
  • over 1 year ago

    Help w/hypoglycemic episodes

    My 12 yr old grand daughter has been struggling with type 1 w/ketoacidocis now for 1 yr. within the last three months she has had four seizures due to her levels dropping during the night to the twenties. Even when she gets to the ER it takes the doctors forever to get her glucose back to a safe level. Her doctors insist that her parents are over injecting her; this is not the case, they claim this is impossible and would only happen with to much insulin. What else, and has anyone else, ever experienced....
  • over 1 year ago


    my father die 17 years ago he had diabetes also my aunt so what are the possibilities of me and my children's get diabetes ? also one of my sons drink a lot of soda that may be increase the chances to get diabetes?
  • over 1 year ago

    Reverse Your Diabetes

    I have T1, and I have reduced my insulin usage by more than 50%. And as a side I lost over 40 lbs! T2 is totally reversible. Most doctors don't know about this because they have little or no nutrition training in medical school you need to eat a Whole Food Plant Based diet and make it a lifestyle. I felt so lied to at first but then realized they just were never taught. Read Eat to Live or the End Of Diabetes by Dr Joel Fuhrman and join the Facebook group Eat to Live Diabetes Support Group. You....
  • over 1 year ago

    Questions about trulicity

    I am an insulin-dependent type 1 diabetic my position has recently put me on trulicity which I understand is not for type 1 diabetics should I be concerned.