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 How do you bring down high blood sugar levels fast?
I checked it afore breakfast and it was 246. Two hours after I ate it was 326. I am thristy all the time and have to go to the bathroom all the time.

I would like to know if there is ...


 What do they do to test for diabetes, and should I be tested?
My mother and grandfather have diabetes (not the kind where you take insulin). I don't think I have it, but I'm not sure.

I tend to get really sick if I go without eating for a ...


 Metformin 500mg?
Dr started me out on Metformin, 1 a day for 2 days than 2 a day 500 mg each, this is the third day after checking my sugar levels, they have been low, today after my meal I got a reading of 59, ...


 My foster mom has pain in her feet from diabetes. what should i tell her to do?
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 Ok I've got my meter down to 103 am's, so Am I needing lower scores?
I read in Isreal they think after a study of normal men your blood sugar should be 85. I just got mine down from 535 and the diet is tough but doable. I was hoping I wouldn't have to add ...


 Hello, my son is type 1 diabetic. Does anyone know other foods besides peanut butter to stabalize blood sugar.
Peanut butter is very fatty , but it is great for stabalizing his blood sugar. I would really like to know if there are any other foods that can do the same thing, so I can give him a variety....


 Can diebetes attribute the following symtoms.?
Low blood sugar can it cause you to zone out and feel like your knees are buckling.

Sometimes I get lightheaded and visual disturbances.

Very moody and constant sweating as well ...


 Is it healthy to be on birth controll or are there alot of side effects?
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 I have a fasting blood sugar of 150..does this mean I have diabetes? Have not seen doctor yet?
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 How to convince diabetic father in law to go to the doctor?
Hi! I was wonderinh how to convince my diabetic father in law to go to the doctor. He started feeling sick last Friday. He had horrible mouth pain. He went to the dentist and they took x-rays and ...


 Am I diabetic?!?
I have been feeling dizzy for about 2 months now(it started all of a sudden one evening), I can not focus, I have these crisis of diziness where I barely resist on my feet. The doctors did a CT, MRI,...


 How to get Diabetes?
can i get diabetes from eating alot of sugar? im 15
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Oh yea and I also dont excersise very much :P the only time i ...


 Does a diabetics' breath a particular odor to it?
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 How do i help the circulation in my arms and legs?I'm having extreme pain in them...help please?

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Thanks for your answers...
i'm not trying to get diagnosed.
i was just looking for people that have ...


 Is soy harmful?
I have been diagnosed with hypoglycemia.I have been advised to take high protien diet and complex carbohydrate.
I am a pure vegetarian.My dietician suggested me to take soybean in the form of ...


 If you are diabetic can you see the sugar in your urine?
please....


 Diabetic and belly piercing question.?
I am diabetic and i was wondering if i it was ok for me to get my belly button pierced? Can someone please help me with this. I dont have medical insurance. So i cant go ask a doctor....


 How low of blood sugar can a Type II diabetic have before going into a coma?
My husband has type II diabetes, he is on Metformin and Glyburide. He is now getting far more excersise and eating healthier, but has not adjusted medication. The other morning he woke up because he ...


 Type 2 Diabetes?
Hi,quick question,my grandfather had (using the term had because he passed away) type 2 diabetes,I also just found out that my aunt has type 2 diabetes too.Maybe more people in my family have ...


 Pre-diabetic, I just dont understand any of it or what to do about it?
Ok, so I went to the doctor she says I am borderline or pre-diabetic. I bought a blood tester (sorry not sure the actual name for it). Ive checked my blood sugar first thing in the morning it can ...



anahidxx
Tell me if you had diabites(lets say you have diabetes), what u can do 2 prevent it from happening 2 u.?
just tell me what you would do if you had diabetes as a kid
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mkae it pretty detailed and give lots of info
                     




smayrae
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type 1 diabetes is unavoidable...usually genetic, not always though. type 2 diabetes is caused by being overweight....and can also be caused by genetics. but if you are trying to prevent type 2, diet and exercise is your best bet. and losing weight. i have had type 1 for 15 years (I am 22 years old) so i would jump over mountains to have been able to avoid it...but it wasn't possible for me : ) so if you are thinking you have a chance to get type 2, (if you have it in your family, or are overweight) watch your diet (keep the carbs to a minimum) and start an exercise routine. stopping it before it starts would be blessing. but if you do get it, it will not be the end of the world. so good luck to you!


bellamou
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The diabetes you get as a kid is generally in the family history. You can't do anything to stop you from developing it if its in the family, but to manage/control it you have to eat healthy, exercise, don't smoke, etc. All the usual stuff they say to keep you healthy.
The diabetes you get as an adult is generally due to poor lifestlye habits. Again, eat right, exercise etc etc.


sgtnight2000
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IT'S SAD FOR ME BUT IT MAYBE FUNNY TO SOME PEOPLES. MY GRANDMOTHER ON MY MOTHER SIDE OF THE FAMILY AND ON MY FATHER SIDE OF THE FAMILY MY GRANDFATHER HAVE DIABETES. AND OUT OF 6 KID'S. GUESS WHO HAVE DIABETES. I WAS THE ONLY PEOPLE TO GET IT. I WAS IN THE ARMY 12 YEAR ONE WAR. I HAVE TYPE II DIABETES. YOU CAN'T PREVENT SAME A KID. ONCE YOU HAVE IT YOU HAVE IT FOR LIFE. SORRY


Mamelli
You just can prevent a disease BEFORE you have it. BUT,you can prevent various
serious complications of this disease.The
major problem about diabetes is that most
of affected people feels good and so thinks
its OK and don't folllow the appropiate diet and often miss medication.Meanwhile,high
blood sugar is making demages in several
organs,slowly.Take care.Sometimes it´s hard to do,but,believe me ,it is not impossible.Reading more about the disease
learning about healthly life,makes you more
comfortable to care yourself.


Maya A
There are 2 types of diabetes. Type 1 also called children's onset diabetes if unstoppable. I have it and there is nothing I could have done different. No matter how healthy I was, I was going to get it at some point. Type 2 however can be helped, although it's passed down genetically quite easily. The best thing to do is eat healthy nothing to fatty, and exercise.

Type 1 is where your body starts attaking your insulin producing cells. Without insulin no sugar gets into your cells, and you get a high blood sugar. When you have no energy in your cells from the sugar, your body starts digesting fat which releases a poison called ketones. These are aweful, I was in the hospital for a week because of this.

Type 2 is when your cells are so full of carbs and sugar all ready they refuse to accept more. So while the insulin is telling your cells to take in the sugar they refuse. What happens then is that your body needs a lot more insulin before your cells will accept more sugar.


Devil, Angel of my heart.
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if you already HAVE diabetes, then you can't prevent it from happening. it's already HAPPENED.


te144
I became diabetic after being 30 lbs overweight for several years. I lost from 205 down to 175 and my problem magically went away, ten years ago, and no recurrence by keeping my weight down. Hope this solves your problem.


bmalt34
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megge♥
i have it and sorry girl their is nothing you can do to prevent it


tiggs51
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Type I diabetes (used to be called juvenile diabetes) happens when the pancreas stops making insulin completely. There are many theories as to why this happens. The only way for a Type I diabetic to manage the disease is by injections of insulin.

Type II diabetes can be a result of lifestyle - being overweight etc. HOWEVER, this is not always the case. Controlling your weight, eating healthy foods and getting exercise may not prevent Type II diabetes.

Women who are pregnant can get gestational diabetes, that is they become diabetic when they are pregnant. They usually go back to a non-diabetic state when they have had their baby. However, women with gestational diabetes are at a higher risk of developing Type II diabetes in later life.

Type II diabetes is sometimes called late onset diabetes because it usually happens to people over 40. What happens in Type II diabetes is that the pancreas either doesn't produce enough insulin OR the body cells become resistant to insulin. Or it can be a combination of both...

Body cells needs glucose to function - no glucose, cells die. The glucose molecule is too large to pass through the microscopic pores on the cell wall. Glucose needs a "key" to open the little pores. Insulin is that "key". Insulin binds with the cell wall and opens the pores so they are large enough for the glucose molecules to pass through.

Therefore if there is not enough or no insulin, some glucose molecules can't get inside the cells and float around in the bloodstream. If the cell walls become insulin resistant, no matter how much insulin is there, the cells refuse to use it.

Type I diabetes requires insulin injections. There is no cure.

Type II diabetes can be treated by diet and exercise. It can also be treated with pills - they act in two ways. They stimulate the pancreas to produce insulin and they also have an effect on the cell walls making them less resistant to insulin. People with Type II diabetes can sometimes reverse the disease by losing weight and eating a healthy diet. Some people with Type II diabetes may require insulin injections.


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