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 I'm diabetic.for past few weeks my sugars been going out of control.they were in control at first.help!!!?

 Question about diabetes?
My dad just found out that he was diabetic. He's 52. My sister and I are only slightly overweight, and my dad isn't over by that much. What are the chances that we will get diabetes?

 Is it diabetes if ants are attracted to someone's blood?
Is it diabetes if ants are attracted to someone's blood?
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Umm..wow, I didn't cut myself purposely, but I did get a laugh on reading all the fake answers.

 Am I diabetic?
I am 16 years old and have a BMI of 18.0. I am very slim and my friends are beginning to worry. However, my main worry is that I begin to physically shake when I am the slightest bit hungry. I drink ...

 If you were more than 100 pounds overweight, would you consider having a gastric bypass?
Could you abide by the diet after the surgery?
Could you pass the psychological exam to have the surgery?...

 if a movie starts at 4:40 pm and is 107 minutes long, what time will it be over?

 what kind of foods do diabetic people eat?

 I'm 12 years old and my mom thinks i might have Diabetes what should i do?
HELP ME!!! ;-(...

 Who is responsible for diabetes and obesity in america?
Who is responsible for diabetes and obesity in america?...

 I'm a very unhealthy eater... What will it do to me?
Well, I eat very unhealthily. For lunch I have things like candy. I am a vegetarian, so I can't get protein and nutrients that I need. I can't see what I am doing to myself. What will ...

 Does anyone else think people with type 2 diabetes are just lazy and don't bother eating/exercising properly?

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How could it happen to me, if I eat healthy and stay active? I also have no family history of (Type 2) diabetes....

 Can Diabetics drink Diet Cola of Pepsi?
if not then name any drink (including fruit juices) that they may drink without affecting their health.[available in all parts of the world] .
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I live in India and here ...

 Were our doctor went wrong? Should we switch?
A few days ago we went to the doctor because my sister was showing signs of diabetes. SHe was drinking a lot and peeing more than normal. She started puking a lot also. We went to the doctor about it ...

 Ok well I'm not sure if this exsists or I'm just to wird but...?
I think I have like the smallest crush on myself o.0 omg LOL is that even ...

 Is diabetes a disorder or a disease?

 Low Blood Sugar?
I do not have diabetes but have consistently low blood sugar (around 40-50) until I eat a lot of sugar (usually 4 glucose tablets) or 1 cup of orange juice, 2 or 3 granola bars, some crackers and ...

 Diabetics only please ?
I have been diagnosed as diabetic 2 . My glucose tolerance test was 12.1 .Have any of you been the same reading as me .What type of lifstyle did you then adopt? Thank you for taking the time to ...

 Why do diabetics have to check their feet?
I have type 1 diabetes and all the doctors and books tell me to keep care of my feet. Why is this?...

 help with drugged up diabetic niece refusing insulin bm=23.2?
she is refusing to take her injection her blood sugar is 23.2 what do i do she has taken some sort of powder or pill ran down street in rain with no shoes on and i had to chase her she is 17 ...

 How do you handle a restricted diet for life?
Because of a medical condition, I have to follow a restricted diet for the rest of my life. Now that I know so many foods are forbidden, I crave them all the time and usually give in. I guess I ...

before there was insulin how did they cure diabetes?
did people just die, or what other practices did they use

Diabetes isn't a disease. It's just a result. The result of a poor diet and lack of exercise. Read Kevin Trudeaus book... Natural Cures "they don't want you to know about"

There is no cure, it is a manageable disease.

The discovery of insulin has allowed diabetic to lead a normal life, but it is no cure.

I'm not sure, but I think we had less metabolic problems when we ate off the land..

First, insulin is not a cure, it is a treatment. There is no cure. Second, if diet didn't work, they died.

Yoy dont cure diabetes, you treat it. Diet is all they had and you either stayed on a strict diabet diet or you eventually died from it.

Well as you know insulin is NOT a cure for diabetes, it just keeps the person alive

As far as I know they just died.. but don't hold me to that one

They just died. Picture having the most insatiable thirst ever and your insides like a pit of fire then you vommit till you throw up your stomach. and your brain swells and pushes down the back of your head. it's frightening.

They did.t

Amputated their legs. Nice to have medicine, huh.

Coco Jingle
There is no cure.

Insulin is a treatment. For adult onset diabetes another treatment is diet and exercise, but that requires hard work and will power, unlike pills or shots... so less people do it.

My father was diagnosed with adult onset diabetes and started working out like crazy and eating really well and 1) the diabetes is totally under control with no need for drugs and 2) he's in the best physical and mental shape in his life! He's kept the lifestyle up and the diabetes at bay for 7 years now!

Mickey Mouse Spears
There was never a cure for diabetes, but people with diabetes probably ended up dying of infection or bloodletting.

dances with unicorns
Often times people did simply die, or lived very restricted lives. People often died within a few weeks of diagnosis, or lived on what was virtually a starvation diet to force their livers to use fat rather than sugar. A good timeline of the history of diabetes treatment is found at the link below.

Diabetes today can be treated with insulin; however, there is still no cure, although there are some promising therapies on the horizon.

They still do not cure it, and before insulin the diabetics died.

Ken C
They often went into a Coma and died. Early on they didn't even know why. It's pretty much that simple... It caused a lot of blindness also...

Tonya in TX - Duck
There is no cure for diabetes. Prior to insulin, yes, they just died.

There still is no a cure for diabetes. Insulin helps you manage an incurable condition. You can't have a pancreas transplant.
Before insulin people died. Sad isn't it but amazing how far we have come in a relatively short time.

Simon Legree
There was no cure back then and no cure now. Insulin just helps to prevent it and the person who has it is going to lead a life of sorrowness by not being able to eat certain things, be restricted, having to inject themselves and stuff like that.

They used to just try to have you live as long as possible. The point of medicine is to either a)cure b) keep alive.

So, you've actually given the answer to your own question. People did just die, except they died much horribly than they do now. They had parts of their body amputated and some do now, but its mostly in countries that cannot afford insulin.

Diabetes is similar to cancer or AIDs, they don't have cures, but they have medicines to prevent or prolong your life for good or bad.

"The purpose of insulin itself is to control blood glucose levels when other medications become insufficent." -Wikipedia

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