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Last answer by Sarah 61 months ago +0 votes:
No it's not like this.In diabetes your body is not producing the normal amount of insulin that is important to keep your blood sugar level in a normal range.In a normal person Fasting blood sugar level is 80-110mg/dL and random blood sugar level is upto 140 mg/dL or near.Insulin or oral hypoglycemic agents are given to a diabetic patient to keep the blood sugar level near to the this nor... more
Last answer by Teresa Conti 62 months ago +0 votes:
Your company is not going to see this post here most likely because this is not that company.  It is also not a good idea to post a phone number of a public website like this one.  I would suggest ordering your supplies and then getting a refund from the other folks even if you have to do it through a credit card refusal of charge.  Don't buy from a company that causes you to wait f... more
Last answer by BRYAN Andru 63 months ago +0 votes:
Doing regular excercise and eat the food which contains no sugar. Bean bags | Patio Heaters | Gazebo more
Last answer by Gayle Haynes 64 months ago +0 votes:
The severity of Type II Diabetes is linked to several factors:  your weight, how long you have been diabetic, what you eat, and the condition of your pancreas as well as factors that I have not been identified yet.  It is linked to your weight because the more weight you carry, the more insulin your body needs to supply energy and regulate energy.  If you lose weight you may increas... more
Last answer by Gayle Haynes 64 months ago +0 votes:
I am currently dealing with neuropathy.  It began in my feet with stinging, burning and discomfort mostly at night.  Now I am experiencing it on the side of my face and head.  It feels like intense itching and burning.  It helps when I lie down to put that side of my head on the pillow.  The reason is that the nerve can only transport one sensation at a time, so if it can ... more
Last answer by Phoenix Montoya 66 months ago +0 votes:
Aw, sorry about that. I've read again your comment. You are actually explaining protein treatment in the long run. Thanks for the additional info. more
Last answer by Jessie Agudo 66 months ago +1 votes:
Diabetes Mellitus according to a medical doctor is a disease in which blood sugar (glucose) levels are abnormally high because the body does not produce enough of the hormone insulin or the body fails to response to insulin. Secrets?  Some life-style changes will do says a medical doctor: 1)  Learn how to combat stress.  Studies have demonstrated that faithful use of stress-reductio... more
Last answer by adarsh manuel 66 months ago +0 votes:
Ask anybody near you to just inject it.That's the best possible option to avoid risk. more
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Last answer by Emma Lions 74 months ago +0 votes:
I agree with Sandy that the first option should be to speak to your doctor, perhaps your medication needs to be reviewed. What are your glucose levels like throughout the day? Are they consistently low or are they dropping after you eat certain foods or if you haven't eaten for a period of time? Another consideration is exercise. Exercise has a similar affect on the body to insulin and it is not u... more
Last answer by sayuthi zakaria 81 months ago +0 votes:
as far as i concern,usually kid are rare to get DM type 2, but type 1 are more common,my advise is,please seek for medical attention. more
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Last answer by Tere Scott 86 months ago +0 votes:
Thanks for asking.  It's possible, but a lot of other health issues are possible with those symptoms as well.  Has he been sick?  Had he been overly active or engaged in a sport activity prior to sitting on the couch and becoming dizzy?  Is he experiencing sinus issues?  Is he on any medication?  When was the last time he had eaten?  Has he been checked for poten... more
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Last answer by Lisa Barger 101 months ago +1 votes:
Do us a big favor and provide us a little more info, okay? The more info you can provide, the better our answers will be. :-) more
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