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Reply: Screening for diabetes
The only "natural remedies" that truly work are consistently following a healthy diet and staying as active...More
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Posted by davedsel2
Reply: Heredity factor in Diabetes risk
Excellent points, beta. T2 Diabetes involves risk factors. Smoking is huge. Diet is huge. Family history is...More
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Reply: The Most Accurate BG Testing Meter
Thank you for this information, nutrijoy. I have a Bayer Comfort that is a few years old and I now need...More
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Posted by davedsel2
Reply: New Diabetes Drug Invokana
Ok, thanks. I've been reading up on it and one of the side effects was yeast infections. Ugh! I just...More
Posted by marynben2004
Reply: type 2 diabetes and now pregnant
Please go back to your doctor and ask him/her to explain more to you about diabetes and your condition. It...More
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again!
Posted by flutetooter
Reply: itching Driving me nuts!
Sounds more like an allergic reaction to me. You need to discuss this with your doctor asap.
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Posted by davedsel2
Reply: Insluin turning bad
You can also call the company who manufactures the insulin and talk with one of their reps about what...More
Posted by glucerna
Reply: Trying to understand
I agree with your comment about testing. Test, Test, Test Most folks have a deep fear of diabetes....More
Posted by brunosbud
Reply: Type 1 parents and the stress of keeping it all to...
I thank you for your kind words and even your input but Maybe I didn't get very specific! The current...More
Posted by sillirious42
Reply: Weight Challenge
Hello digital. I have some questions if you don't mind. Are you on meds? What was your last A1c? What are your...More
Posted by bigred53
Reply: Type 1 Diabetic daughter
My son has type1 and my sister they are the first in our family history. My son was diagnosed at age...More
Posted by sillirious42
Reply: Is My Fasting Number High?
Michelle, take a look at that those two sites. The first one Sparks had good information on dieting,...More
Posted by georgiaboy
Reply: Low Vision/Blind How do you survive Diabetes?
There's a good article in Diabetes Self-Management from 2013 that address this issue, and also lists several...More
Posted by glucerna
Reply: Melatonin supplements effect on diabetes
I have taken Melatonin 3 mg and it DID help with my sleep, much to my surprise. I had asked my doctor for...More
Posted by wrkinprogrss
Reply: Opinions vs. Diabetes Control
I realize those aspects of privacy, Dave. I had been away for the site for a while, and in coming back I...More
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again!
Posted by flutetooter
Reply: Type 2 Diabetes problems since Total Colectomy
I am a retired physician with a history of right hemi-colectomy. I suspect that my surgery played a role in...More
Posted by babyhueyx
Reply: low blood sugar
Definitely talk with your physician about how to identify a low blood sugar, how to treat it, and how to...More
Posted by glucerna
Reply: diabetes
Not every YMCA offers a pre-diabetes program, but I hope the one in your town does! ~Lynn @Glucerna
Posted by glucerna
Reply: over 500 bloood sugar
Ill try to find this link again thank u.
Posted by mustanggsally
Reply: Protein Drinks?
Mrscora, I am doing well all things considered. This protein is a little pricey but packed with all kinds of...More
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Posted by debs_bears
Reply: diet
In addition to Dave's great suggestions, many YMCA's offer a comprehensive diabetes prevention program...More
Posted by glucerna
Reply: RMSF & Diabetes
Hello. I'm sorry, but it is against the Terms Of Use for any of us in any WebMD community to diagnose or...More
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Posted by davedsel2
Reply: Protein Drinks?
My thoughts? It's a free country & God bless, America.More
Posted by brunosbud
Reply: New Victoza user
Hello. I used Victoza for about a year. I never had the side affects you are describing, but the med did...More
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Posted by davedsel2
Reply: Less graying of Eye Brow hairs in T2DM ?
LOL, Dave. In the whole scheme of things regarding diabetes, this is a first. As you asked, what difference...More
Posted by auriga1
Reply: Question about the dawn phenomenon fasting blood s...
Hello. Here is a link to a recent discussion in this WebMD Diabetes Community regarding this subject: ...More
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Posted by davedsel2
Reply: Why the Increase?
Absolutely! ~Lynn @Glucerna
Posted by glucerna
Reply: Sugar (not Carbs) is the Problem
I like the way you explain this! ~Lynn @Glucerna
Posted by glucerna
Reply: Type 2 diabetes and walking four hours a day in t...
He needs to stay well hydrated. I don't see a safety issue IF he is well aware of any hypoglycemic episodes due...More
Posted by auriga1
Reply: Memory loss from diabetes
Although there is a link between memory loss and diabetes, it normally is associated with age and the...More
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