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this is a test on 6/26 at 1:30pm
Can type 2 diabetes be a cause for eczema?
I did an evening check of my blood sugar to find it was 385. I felt no high blood sugar symptoms. The last time I had a 390 I went to the er but was sent home after about seven hours without so much as a bag of saline to help my sever dehydration. (Normally I’d be swearing by now but I don’t know you.) My blood sugar has to dip to the 40’s before I feel hypoglycemic. Maintaining any type of food regimen is more than difficult as I have severe gastroparesis. I’m at my wits end. It seems as though some of the traditional advice doesn’t work for me. With this story even medical professionals start to think it sucks to be you. Ok, I’ll quit whining but any direction and/or words of encouragement would be appreciated.
Can’t sleep because my feet and hands itch so bad. What’s causing this?
My morning blood sugar is almost always 150 and above. My GP says that as long as my A1c is good then the morning readings do not matter. My A1c is usually always 6.0 to 6.5. I am currently taking 2000 mg of metformin daily and 180 mg of Starlix three times per day. Is he correct in this or am I damaging my organs with the continuation of high fasting numbers?
I was diagnosed at 6.6 A1C. Why is the line of prediabetes at 6.4? I was told that I would always be diabetic. Has anyone gone back to normal at 6.6 range? I’ve heard some have, but I don’t know.
What diet is best for losing weight? What’s the best time to take insulin?
How can I can control my high blood pressure?
My fasting sugars are the highest of the day for me. Why?
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