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Newly diagnosed T2 reversal research

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jag1 Jun 9. 8 Replies

Well here's a good one for the T2's anyhow...ok, not if you've had it a while but some interesting research:…Continue

Tags: research, reversal, 2, Type

Recovery BG increases

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nyadach Jul 3, 2013. 3 Replies

Having an odd one at the moment, which I am blaming squarely on my bike ride recently (1000 miler over 10 days with final day being a 158 miler). Anyhow, now back at work and pumps back on its…Continue

Funny hypo stories...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim May 18, 2013. 6 Replies

Ok, hide sight is a wondrous thing, and as those on chat know I've had a few hypos in my time. Anyhow, some of them tended to turn out quiet amusing, and since many on here seem to fear hypos,…Continue

 

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Nyadach replied to Timbeak48's discussion 'Get Your Frakking Flu Shot'
"Booked in for Monday morning here. Guess like everyone else, hate the things!"
Sep 24
Nyadach replied to Karen's discussion 'I want one'
"That's the thing. It's basically going to be a small test on the public who can afford to pay for it...which over here will be a tiny group. Much in the same way Dexcom operate in the UK (or don't really since they just sell the stuff…"
Sep 23
Nyadach commented on joshualevy's blog post 'JDRF Funding for a Cure 2014'
"Good luck with the fundraising :)"
Sep 19
Nyadach liked joshualevy's blog post JDRF Funding for a Cure 2014
Sep 19
Nyadach replied to Nell's discussion 'Nathan at MGH misinforms on PBS'
"But the numbers have been shown with the Harvard studies showing that 85% of Type 2 cases being directly linked to obesity, so what he did say was actually very accurate for the vast majority of cases. While not all yes, he was trying to do this all…"
Sep 16
Nyadach replied to swisschocolate's discussion 'How much is 1 unit of insulin?'
"Oh I would blame profits. Looking at some companies info posted for the last year of 15% profit increase over the year due to insulins, and a profit of $4.8bn on sales of $14.9bn (worldwide) I think it's a pretty healthy margin they have. As…"
Sep 10
Nyadach replied to swisschocolate's discussion 'How much is 1 unit of insulin?'
"Probably still is, don't have any figures really on it. We more consider it as a good thing since everyone pays, every one has the same right to health as everyone else. I might come out about even with D costs, although many others probably…"
Sep 10
Nyadach replied to swisschocolate's discussion 'How much is 1 unit of insulin?'
"While insulin (like all health care items) are "free" to the patient in the UK, they aren't really free as we pay for them though general taxation which means no matter who you are, be a millionaire or the homeless, you will always…"
Sep 10
Nyadach replied to LiL MaMa's discussion 'How long can a type 1 diabetic go without insulin'
"Pump wise, the insulin is in your system for 3-4 hours anyhow, so your basal is still going to be running there in the background (just not getting more) over the hour and a half, so a small increase before, or correction after would be all that…"
Sep 8
Nyadach replied to 1DebY's discussion 'DIABETIC BODY- " You don't look like a diabetic."'
"Get it all the time. Then again wearing the pump on my belt or forearm is pretty noticeable to bring up questions as well. Over the years just come to accept it now as a way to try and educate people. Not to endorse what they say about how we all…"
Sep 4
Nyadach replied to Cosumne Jan's discussion 'Fuelband CGM?'
"Try this: MHR = 208 - (0.7 x your age) RHR = resting heart rate you record over a minute 15.3 x (MHR/RHR) = VO2 Max VO2 Max x 0.6 = (roughly) level of exercise your heart rate runs at where your BG remains constant. Go above it'll drop, below…"
Aug 21
Nyadach liked Bailey's discussion Replacing insulin with exercise
Aug 20
Nyadach and Kitabparast are now friends
Aug 20
Nyadach replied to Cosumne Jan's discussion 'Fuelband CGM?'
"The big problem there is no consumables. It's not financially viable for a medical company to do it unless they can charge an arm and a leg for some kind of consumable part. The more consumables, the better. There seems to be a drive at the…"
Aug 20
Nyadach commented on Jericho's Mom's blog post 'No Carb Challenge'
"All the best on the fund raising. Know how hard it is to rattle the donation tin at times so hope it proves fruitful for you and always good educating people of what we have to go through daily :)"
Aug 20
Nyadach replied to David (dns)'s discussion 'The Hall of Fame'
"He didn't introduce basal/bolus...he might claim he did, but am pretty sure Krogh and Hagedorn at Novo would have a lot to say about it considering they claim the creation of it back in 1953 with their creation of the first long acting insulins…"
Aug 20

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me
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Type 1 or type 1.5 (LADA) diabetes
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Share experiences and learn from others.
Date diagnosed
March 16, 1980
Most recent HbA1C %, date of result (optional)
6.4 (June '14)
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Pump, Diet and Exercise
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Medtronic Paradigm 554

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A little ride around Yorkshire! (Tour de France Stage 1)

Posted on July 15, 2014 at 3:30pm 6 Comments

Been a little quiet, but thought I would bring everyone up to date with the infamous Tour ride.

Well, the night before I have no idea what was going on with me, sky high levels all night. I had acquired a CGM for the ride off my DSN (CDE) and the alarm was driving me up the wall every hour waking me up. Ran corrections all night long and even changed my infusion set. Took till 5am to get them down to 162 (in US money)...but for most the night was over 280, very annoyed but all I could…

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Not long now!

Posted on June 30, 2014 at 10:41am 2 Comments

Getting ready for the Tour de France eep...not long now! And got me thinking, where do we all put our pumps? Me, well some people wear their hearts on their sleeves, I wear my pancreas :P…

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Le Tour only a month away!

Posted on June 9, 2014 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

Well, the Tour is only a month away, and still my training isn't where I want it but hey ho. Had a look at this brilliant guide video though...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3h-hE-4X4Q

Makes me wonder though, where can I get some cleats fitted to clogs hmm...

Late as ever...

Posted on February 20, 2014 at 5:00pm 6 Comments

It's taken forever, but I do finally have some pics from the Monster Miles event last year...so here we go:…



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At 11:04am on May 21, 2014, swisschocolate said…

Can't believe we weren't friends yet, after such a long time. Just had the same happening with Curlysarah yesterday, we talk in chat all day long but never had the idea to actually become friends officially.
Hugs, SC

At 8:27am on April 29, 2014, Marie B said…

Nya, congrats on being featured. every week we feature a variety of members for one reason or another, or just because. this morning as my husband and I were driving to get our blood work done, we were listening to the BBC radio hour, and this guy was on who was telling about how he recreated the 1914 Tour of Italy bike race, and how difficult it was with wooden bikes and how he made a similar bike, and did the race. the brakes were made from wine corks. lol. anyway, I was wondering if you'd heard of him, it was fascinating.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/proginfo/2014/19/book-of-the-week

At 6:16pm on April 28, 2014, rick the "Blogabetic" said…

Nyadach congratulations on being named a featured member of the week.

At 4:24pm on April 28, 2014, Linda G said…

BRAVO on being a FEATURED MEMBER Nya!!

At 6:44am on October 27, 2013, jrtpup said…

Happy happy birthday my friend!

At 8:37am on July 16, 2013, Manny Hernandez said…

Thanks for the BD wishes!!!

At 4:34pm on July 3, 2013, Kathy said…

Hey there - thanks so much for the birthday wishes!!!

At 5:50pm on June 22, 2013, Marie B said…

more of your fellow countrymen doing a brave journey and raising money for JDRF
http://www.tudiabetes.org/profiles/blogs/william-chanter-another-in-a-long-line-of-diabetic-sailors-1

thinking of you!

At 4:36pm on June 15, 2013, Linda G said…

Well....look who's up there ;)
BRAVO on being a FEATURED MEMBER NYA!!

At 6:23pm on June 11, 2013, rick the "Blogabetic" said…

Nyadach, Congratulations on being named a featured member of the week.

 
 
 

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