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 How do you loose weight if you have diabetes type 1?
My bezzie has diabeties and she is get a bit fat and she wants to know how to loose weight, but if she does to much exercise her blood sugars go low and has to eat chocolate, which is filled with ...

 Is it unhealthy to take Silagra (Sildenafil 25 mg) daily ? Anyone with experience may share the knowledge.?
I am 52 years under medication for diabetes type II and high blood pressure....

 What is a normal blood sugar level range?

 Was she wrong? I don't think I have low blood pressure...?
Today at school I was feeling very light headed and like I was going to fall flat on my face, even when I was sitting on a desk. I was feeling dizzy but not nauseous. The nurse told me I had low ...

 Im worried I have a medical problem with me, Mainly diabetes.What do you think, And should I go to the doctor?
Im 5" 9" , male and 14, 15 in a month. Im around 145 pounds and in good shape. I started karate 3 years ago and after a few months of it I started getting dizzing and blurred vision at ...

 what info can you get from a finger stick/poke besides glucose level?
at what percentage can it be considered accurate?...

 can it hurt kidneys if im diabetic
need pain medication for osteoporosis and i have ...

 What number is "normal" chloresterol?
So- I was at dinner tonight when a table over a woman was talking about a man with levels at 520. I thought around 100 was normal. Too be honest i have no idea!...

 The effects of alcohol and diabetes?
I'm diabetic, but it's complicated, not either type 1 or 2, it's related to Cystic Fibrosis.
My blood sugar is high though so lets say type 2.


 Type 2 diabetes use Humulin 70/30 with reading of 250 when should I do another reading and when should I do?
another injection....

 information available over the internet should be controlled?

 Is Diabetic (type 1) DKA permanent or irreversable?
Someone told me that they have only a short number of years left to live because they neglected their type 1 diabetes and acquired dka (diabeticketoacidosis). I was just wondering if this is ...

 Why is he still alive!?
Okay so my uncle is in his 40's he is diabetic and not meant to drink or smoke. But everyday he goes out when i get home from school to the pub, and sometimes doesn't get home til about 5am,...

 does medicare pay for an electric bed?

 i dont like questions that start with OMG PLEASE HELP I THINK I HAVE DIABETES!!!!!!!?
maybe i'm being really sensitive
but i feel a little offended when people posts these types of questions
like diabetes is the end of the world.

it's really not a bad ...

 why is urine colorless in diabetes mellitus?

 if i go to the doctor for a check up for diabetes?
could i know the same day if i have diabetes or not?
or how many days does it take to let you ...

 My Cholesterol Level is 268, How serious is it?
I am really worried about this. How can I lower down my Cholesterol level?...

 where can i find a diabetic sliding scale?
im looking for a sliding scale. i lost the one i used to have and was wondering if there may be one online i could copy....

 Books/info on Type1 Diabetes?
My darling has type 1 diabetes and I'm scared that I won't know how to help him deal with it. I love him dearly as he is the love of my life and recently there was a scare. Are there any ...

Antoinette G
neuropathy: nerve damage of feet. can this be repaired?
recently diagnosed with diabetes told to loose 15 pds this was done. So numbers may be different now concerning diabetes. Suffering 2 years with this pain

Becky W
no once the damage is done there is no going back. i take elvail and it seems to help the numbness.

Nerve damage can NOT be repaired, all you can do is to make sure your blood sugar is strictly controlled to prevent further damage.

Try increasing your intake of the vitamin Bs, especially inositol. B vitamins coat the nerves, protecting them from free radicals in the blood.

David S
There are some published studies suggesting that the body can possibly repair the damage.

The belief that nerve cells can't be repaired was debunked decades ago. The human body does have the capactity for repairing or restoring any cell in the body.

I've worked with a few people who have had improvements. Nothing that would be called a "cure" but at least a drop in pain and improvement in sensation.

Only help I know of is very strict control of your diabetes. I have a lot of it in my feet, been a diabetic for 14 years.

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