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My endo seems to think that its not neuropathy, but my MD. put me on Gabapentin anyway. I don't know, it only bothers me at night when I'm trying to fall asleep.My legs they kinda have a tingly, crawly feeling, that is really hard to describe. I…Continue
Hi: As many of you know, I write a lot of blogs on misdiagnosis of adult-onset Type 1 diabetes (adults with new-onset T1D who are misdiagnosed as having Type 2 diabetes, based on age not etiology).…Continue
Starvation Diet, 1915This article was published six years prior to the discovery of insulin. The link below describes a doctor's method of starving diabetic patients until they were sugar free. Then a carefully structured diet was used to keep the…Continue
Hey Tu, long time no see! I have a question and I was hoping someone could give me some advice.I have always had trouble waking up in the morning if I am low or have gone low late in the night. I will wake up several hours later than normal and…Continue
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Newly diagnosed diabetic. Scared, confused, but determined to beat this. My mother died from this horrible disease, but I am determined not to.
A bit about me, divorced mom of one grown daughter. I have three furbabies at home, my cats, Chaos, Jack and Sparta. They are fun and can be brats too. I live in AZ. I work in the medical insurance billing industry. Here to find friendsand learn together.
Its not everyday that I wake up high, but its most days. I was at 101 today, which is about as perfect as anyone could get. But my meter is right there telling me that my 2 week before breakfast average is 242. I felt pretty good today though! It usually takes me until noon to get out of a funk.
I've tried cutting out carbs before bed, which is pretty hard at dinner time. With my hectic schedule sometimes I don't eat dinner until close to 8pm. I also have Celiac disease, and what that…Continue
My husband and I were invited to my friend Sid’s home for the first Passover seder this year. I know Sid from standup comedy. Actually we are the only two jews that I know of doing standup in our area. Sid always wears a keepah (yarmulkah), so it’s not a secret that he’s Orthodox.
The seder began around 8:30 p.m.– after Sid attended services. There were 22 people sitting at a very long table. There were 7 children under 18 and the rest older. Sid has five children. They were all very…Continue
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I told Sheryl last week I was a little tired of writing my blog and was looking forward to a break. That is true. It is not that I am tired of writing it as much as I am fresh out of ideas for my next one. I recall when I started I had maybe 10 good ideas…
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