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For Women w T1 - Question Regarding Infections

My daughter is a freshman in college & she went to a small school 5 hours from home. She just turned 18, diagnosed at 14 as a high scho…

Started by samsmom

29 Nov 22, 2014
Reply by samsmom

New retrospective data showed empagliflozin reduced A1C, body weight and markers of abdominal fat in adults with type 2 diabetes

See full press release HERE. RIDGEFIELD, Conn. and INDIANAPOLIS, November 17, 2014 – Empagliflozin tablets reduced hemoglobin A1C (a measu…

Started by Diabetes News and Interest

0 Nov 18, 2014

Fatigue

Hi, I was diagnosed as a T2 in 2005. I will be 60 in November. A couple of months ago, I began taking Lantus and Novalog. Prior to that, my…

Started by kathimcb

10 Oct 1, 2014
Reply by kathimcb

Type2 Just Approved - Animas Ping

Hello! I am a type 2, who also has Cancer, and was approved for the Animas Ping. It will be shipped to me today and I'll get it Monday or T…

Started by jesikabeth

6 Sep 3, 2014
Reply by jesikabeth

Lows with Metformin and Novonorm?

I'm concerned about re-starting Novonorm again before meals. My morning readings have risen, as has my A1c to 8.1... Last time I was on it,…

Started by Vanessa

6 Aug 31, 2014
Reply by twinchick

Type 1/LADA, insulin resistance, and food allergies

I found this interesting article about how food allergies affect diabetes. It definitely hit home for me and I'm sure for a few others here…

Started by Kate

2 Aug 12, 2014
Reply by Kate

Can Bulimia trigger Type 2?

I have been wonder this for years. At the time of diagnosis of 'pre-diabetes' I was just starting recovery from severe Bulimia. I had been…

Started by jesikabeth

7 Aug 3, 2014
Reply by jesikabeth

Support Groups

I am wanting to get my son who is a 13 year old type one diabetic a support group. We are in Oklahoma. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks.

Started by Abby

6 Jul 8, 2014
Reply by Marie B

Best Ways to Decrease Insulin Resistance?

So I figure less insulin, less money, less variation in daily blood sugars and less variation when calculating dosing (as long as I eat the…

Started by DFresh

18 Jul 2, 2014
Reply by BadMoonT2

Essential Oils - I was a skeptic until .....

I had several friends that started using essential oils earlier this year and even though I thought "that's great - glad it's working for t…

Started by Shannon

0 Jun 30, 2014

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