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Weight control is hard I know you all know that. What are some ways that you guys deal with the sweet...More
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Reply: Anyone been able to get off of medication for Diab...
JL, I started with diagnosis in 2009. Dr prescribed metformin. Didn't take it. I was 170 at 5'9". Now I am 145....More
Posted by betatoo
Reply: Dawn Syndrome?
Many diabetics experience this dawn phenomenon. Physiologically speaking this usually occurs between 2:00 a.m....More
Posted by auriga1
Reply: Update on My Hips and D
Dave, way to go! Thank you for sharing.
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Match Health- A Diabetes health Guide
The following can be risk factors for diabetes * Being over ageing, more than 45 * Having a family history...More
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Reply: Managing blood sugars in dogs with diabetes
Molly, our lab mix, had diabetes for 11 years (she was diagnosed when she was 1 1/2). Over the years she...More
Posted by kellyhartle
2 Diabetes Drugs Should Carry Warning: FDA Panel
"The diabetes drugs Onglyza and Kombiglyze should carry a new warning that they may increase the risk of...More
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Reply: My Dad's Type 1 Situation: Opinions Please?
My father was Type 2 but the principals he employed apply to just about everyone: type 1, type 2 and no...More
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Reply: Peripheral Neuropathy without diabetes?
rivory1 -- it's 4 years later - (I just found this discussion) and I'm wondering what if anything has changed...More
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Reply: Diabetes type 2 an D-Mannose
Here is what WebMD says about it - http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-and-supplements/d-mannose-uses-and-risks ...More
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Reply: Thrilled With 5.9% HBA1C
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Reply: Head, Neck Pain, Dizziness, Seeing spots
jewels67 - do you have a way to test your blood pressure - it sounds more like your symptoms are from that...More
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Reply: insulin pump therapy
I agree that one priority should be the service. I liked Medtronic. But I believe that Animas claims to have...More
T1 1966, Dialysis 2001, kidney transplant and pump 2002, pancreas transplant 2008
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Reply: Is a 5.5 a1c bad
It's a bad number if your previous number was 4.7. It's a great number if your previous number was 10.0. And,...More
Posted by brunosbud
help for small fiber neuropathy - new studies - do...
Here are some new studies that I have used to help me with SFN that is over 80% of my body (confirmed by skin...More
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Reply: type 2 & fruit juices
Fruits have a lot of natural sugar in them. Some more than others. Juice alone is pure sugar with vitamins and...More
Posted by auriga1
Reply: Feeling frustrated
There is something going on here if you cannot get your numbers below 199. I am not a medical professional....More
Posted by auriga1
Reply: Diabetes Symptoms
My access to doctors is very limited and COSTLY. They're also youngsters and not necessarily "up" o this...More
Posted by j_robert
FDA OKs Drug for Diabetes-Linked Eye Condition
"The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved the use of Eylea, an injected drug, to treat...More
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Reply: Newly Diagnosed type 1. Need advice and help.
Two posts failed to get through because I included a table (copy & paste from a Word file). To get you...More
Posted by nutrijoy
Why Insulin Resistance May Be More Common in Men
Very interesting read. Would love to hear everyone's thoughts on this.
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Reply: cnadygirl53
I agree, you need to be seeing a pulmonary specialist. Chronic Bronchitis has a cause or a reason for it's...More
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Reply: vaginal irritation
Yeast infections are very common in diabetics. It is usually a sign of high blood sugar. To make sure what it...More
Posted by bigred53
Reply: fasting number always high.
Ann Weight watchers is a good program. There's a great weight loss support group right here on webmd. It's the...More
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Reply: ?? for people on Metformin 500MG ER
I just found this: similar to Metformin: Swallow Glumetza tablets whole. Never crush, split or chew Glumetza...More
Posted by stmaas
Diabetes | User study
Hi All, I am doing a user study to understand the current approach of how people prevent/manage diabetes. To...More
Posted by onkaar
Why Isn't There Any Cheap, Generic Insulin?
"New research examines why people with diabetes who depend on injections of lifesaving insulin still have...More
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Reply: New discovery....Help
Thank you all. Your suggestions was very helpful
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Different glucose meters
I used a accu check nano for 2 years and recently had to switch to a one touch verio due to insurance plan. The readings went up by 33%. ... More
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