Recently I went to see my Dr because I had been suffering from quite a few of the symptoms of type 1 diabetes. Including extreme thirst, unexplained weight loss, extreme hunger, mood swings, frequent ...
My sister is diabetic but she is not on a strict diet. She eats whatever she wants when she wants and just takes more insuline to make up for it. I dont feel that that is safe. What should I do, is ...
i used to have diabetes and i went to my appointment with the doctor and she said that i was cured can u believe that? i think it was god cause i pray all nights and finally he make the Miracle thank ...
no you will have major problems if you do no kidding!
NO!! Those pumps are way to expensive to screw up.
I sersiously doubt that you would get any kind of buzz with subcutaneous administration of vodka. Especially since the pumps deliver extremely small amounts of volume. It would be a waste of time.
why don't you disconnect the insulin pump and have a bottle.
Sure, why not? It sounds like a brilliant way to kill yourself.
No, Einstein, it wouldn't be a good idea at all.
Why would you even want to do this????
I think you should you might as well kill your body cause your brain is already dead...
It might work. Alcohol can lower your blood sugar. Plus it would be a lot cheaper. Try it and let me know how it works out.
john e russo md facm faafp
You may not be serious but someone else may be reading this who is serious. Alcohol may not be mixed with the insulin in a pump as it would affect the insulin itself. Consumption of alcohol by diabetics is quite common although it is universally recommended against. As with most things the answer is not an absolute NO just as diabetics may consume some glucose (sweets) just as little as possible. With alcohol - as with chocolate - those who consume a little often are not able to stop.