I know what you mean...my mother had type 2 that progressed to type 1 and with it she lost complete sight in her left eye and some in her right. She had heart attacks, strokes, and a lot of other problems. We buried her January 7th of this year.View Thread
I found out I had Type 2 diabetes in Aug. of 2009. The first year I did great on my diet. My doctor even said with the way I was going I would probably be able to get off my meds completely. In Aug. of 2010 I had a lot of crap come up and since then I have gained all of my weight back. I am a stress and bored eater and what I want is sweets. Please can someone help me get motovated to loose the weight again.View Thread
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