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Managing type 2 without meds or insulin

I was diagnosed with diabetes type 2 at the end of March of 1998 which makes it 16 years, 8 months and 2 weeks that I've been living with t…

Started by Vancouversailor

29 5 hours ago
Reply by Deborah

Invokana for Type 2...questions

Hi..I am 60 and have had Type 2 for 20 years. Over the past year or so, my blood sugar has been raging despite a pretty complete drug regim…

Started by Mike Jarboe

35 yesterday
Reply by Jimi

Looking for information about Type 2 in the early 1970s

Greetings! I'm new to tudiabetes. I had gestational diabetes, so I guess that makes me pre-diabetic, and my mother had Type 2. But I'm her…

Started by Cyndie

4 on Wednesday
Reply by Marie B

How am I GAINING weight?

I've been watching what I eat, using Myfitnesspal app, and going to the gym (although am limited to what I can do because I recently hurt m…

Started by jesikabeth

35 on Sunday
Reply by biggrey

Doctors/medical community don't care that Type 1s are misdiagnosed

For 18 years, I have tried to change the mindset that Type 1 diabetes is a childhood disease, and to get people with adult-onset Type 1 dia…

Started by Melitta

52 Nov 10
Reply by DFresh

More Proof that Low-Carb Diets Are Good

As if we needed any, right? I know it's been a long time since I last posted--medical school's insane. Yeah, I knew what I was getting myse…

Started by guitarnut

19 Nov 8
Reply by Sam

Has anyone been labeled type 1.5 (LADA), but type 2 could still be a possibility?

My endocrinologist has recently labeled by diabetes a type 1.5 (LADA). This was based on my C-Peptide test (0.66 out of range of normal 0.8…

Started by Chris W

8 Oct 24
Reply by Tim

Nutrition and exercise suggestions

I am a recently diagnosed T2D, and I also have rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia. My other conditions limit my ability to exercise much…

Started by LauraLin

16 Oct 21
Reply by Kate

Nathan at MGH misinforms on PBS

I am hearing David Nathan, MD, Director of Diabetes Center, Massachusetts General Hospital say that: Type 1 is juvenile or childhood diabet…

Started by Nell

47 Oct 11
Reply by artwoman

Can you change from Type 2 to Type 1?

I've always wondered if when a person that has Type 2 diabetes ends up going on insulin, no longer producing any of their own,when medicati…

Started by Susan Lopez

81 Oct 9
Reply by Brian (bsc)

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