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I heard a rumour that there is a clip/holster for the Animas pumps. It rotates so you can wear your pump horizontally if you want. I have checked the Animas site, but haven't seen it. Has anyone seen or heard about it?Continue

Delayed Lows after Exercise

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All,After hitting average BS over 180 and an 8.2 a1c, my doc upped my metformin from 1500mg to 2000mg per day and added 25mg glipizide per day.On my side, I got serious about my diet and changed from 5 x 1/2 hour cardio workouts per week to 3 x 1/2…Continue

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Newcastle liver/pancreas T2 remission diet

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It costs nothing to do it, you can use normal foodsNewcastle university diet aims in 8+ weeks to mimic the rate of ~70% remission, for bariatric surgery for overweight T2…Continue

Will this damage my meter...

Started by Jen in General Diabetes Topics and Pre-Diabetes. Last reply by Laddie 5 hours ago. 7 Replies

I am getting frustrated that there are NO cases that fit my Contour Next and USB Next. So I was wondering if I could take a magenet and stick it on the back of my meter, and then glue another magnet to the meter case, and have the meter held in…Continue

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"Chillin'-Out"?

Posted by Bruce on December 20, 2014 at 4:18pm 0 Comments

I was reading thru the 12/2014-1/2015 issue of AARP Magazine & the 1/2015-2/2015 issue of Diabetes Forecast today. Interestingly in the former publication, specifically on Page 7 (lower left corner under “Ask Dr. Scrooge”) is stated that –…

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Phase-II Results from Rebooting The Immune System To Cure Type-1

Posted by joshualevy on December 20, 2014 at 12:43pm 0 Comments

First, a discussion about naming.  In the past, I've referred to this treatment as the "Burt" treatment, because that was the senior (last listed) author of the first paper I saw on it, and because I didn't have a better name for it.  I…

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TuDiabetes.org

Posted by Tamra on December 19, 2014 at 11:49pm 6 Comments

I originally posted this to my blog, TamraGarcia.blogspot.com

In April of this year (2014) I joined a social media site called TuDiabetes.org. This site was started with the…

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Do you carry glucose tabs with you at all times? Do you have a glucogon kit for emergencies? Does anyone besides you know how to use it?

Posted by Emmy on December 19, 2014 at 10:08pm 2 Comments

I had a really bad day today...

This morning I took my Lantus as usual, but about an hour later I was shaking severely,…

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Update:

Posted by beautyandwonderment on December 19, 2014 at 1:53pm 3 Comments

Well, since my last blog post, I have talked to and connected to some people on here, and I have to say! I am feeling better. And confident.

I went to a nutritionist and diabetic educator this week. We spoke about some of my concerns and…

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lixesenatide and lantus

Posted by Joel Steinberg on December 19, 2014 at 11:30am 0 Comments

I have just completed a trial program where i took lixisenatide and lantus in one pen. Lixisenatide is a glp 1 agonist just like byetta or victoza or bydureon. My aic went down to 5.1 from over 8.To me the conclusion i have drawn is that…

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