We're almost there!
Our launch date for the new TuDiabetes website has been moved back 24 hours
When you log into TuDiabetes tomorrow (April 21st) you will find yourself in our new home!
If you want to join the TuDiabetes community please send an e-mail to TuDiabetesAdmin@gmail.com. We will send you an invitation to join after the migration is completed.
I am new to (tudiabetes.org) I have had diabetis for 12 years now...Last year I became insulin resentant. so they took me off of all insulin, and then put me on U500...a very high consentration of insulin...I have brought my A1C levels down from almost 12.0 to 6.8 in a year! My weight gain has been about 20 lbs, and my lower back and hips are constently in pain...now the pain has been shooting down my legs, Left leg first then the right, and the past 2 weeks it feels like my nerves are being stretched beyond what they should be, which makes it hard to walk...my legs give out, and I have started to occasionally throw a bowl or plate...I am in constant pain and pain pills numb me but the pain doesn't go away...at night I can't sleep due to the pain....Dr. has told me to use a walker or cane at all times to help me walk which I have been doing for a week now....The specialist in nerve's DR I went to this week, told me to lose weight, go to PT...and that I have diabetic .neurotrophy ,,..he admitted all the signs I have show MS or fibromyalgia but it isn't that....