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9 yr old with frequent stomach pain and significant weight loss. Any suggestions?

I hope you can give me some advise of where to turn and what to do. My son is 9 yrs old with type 1. Since diagnosis (Jan 2011) he has had…

Started by Yifat

14 Jul 29, 2013
Reply by Holger Schmeken

Diabetes and BELLY FAT...What's the connection?

Hello everyone; I was diagnosed to have diabetes type 1 since the age of 17, now im 19 so im proudly diabetic for 2 years.My problem is con…

Started by Nouran

20 Jul 15, 2013
Reply by jims

Losing weight question (type 1)

I would love to shed a few pounds. I am not bad off, but turning 40 my metabolism changed and well, I have a stomach that needs flattening.…

Started by Weathernut

14 Jul 11, 2013
Reply by Weathernut

Type 1 - Can't seem to lose Weight! HELP!

Hi Everyone, I have been a type one Diabetic for about 16 years. I've been a pumper for about 10. Before I became a pumper, I would take a…

Started by TheQueenFIVE

30 May 8, 2013
Reply by beechbeard

Need a BG Detective - trying to lose fat

At 6:00 am this morning my BG was 132 before breakfast. There were 0 carbs in my breakfast (according to MyFitnessPal). I took 14 units of…

Started by beechbeard

19 May 8, 2013
Reply by beechbeard

Type 1 Diabetics using Metformin (or other Type 2 meds) for weight loss?

Hey all! I just saw my endo today and spoke with him about my 6 month-long, 1200-1500 calories/day diet that has only yielded about a 10-1…

Started by Nicolette

29 Apr 18, 2013
Reply by boulderbird

Type 1 & Medically Supervised Weight Loss (OptiFast)?

I will shortly be 63 with 42 years as a Type 1. My last A1c was 7.0 BUT quarter by quarter my weight has been increasing so that it is now…

Started by beechbeard

12 Apr 8, 2013
Reply by christy

New Type 1 (LADA)

Hello everyone! I am a 26 year old active and seemingly healthy woman who was recently diagnosed (about 2 months ago) as a LADA Type 1. My…

Started by Dianne

42 Mar 20, 2013
Reply by Annie

Omada Health Launches Prevent, A Groundbreaking Online Diabetes Prevention Program Designed to Combat Soaring Epidemic

PRESS RELEASE Prevent is an online group program based on the landmark DPP clinical trial that showed diabetes can be prevented through lif…

Started by Diabetes News and Interest

0 Dec 13, 2012

Losing weight and using insulin

I have never really had a body issue. I have always been curvier and have been ok with it until recently I feel like I have blown up like a…

Started by Dkinsey

12 Nov 5, 2012
Reply by Josephine A Ni Dhomhnaill

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