Type 2 diabetes chart

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Avatar n tn It's gonna be like that untill someone extraordinary finds a way to completely fix type 2. Type 1 will never be fixed, but one day we may understand why it happens and will be preventable. For now it's either drastically lowering the consumption of carbs, or the drugs. There's no inbetween.
Avatar f tn before 3 months diagnsed diabetes type 2 ,fasting 90to 110 2hrs after meal stays 160 /170 i am using gluphage 500mg 1 in morning 1 in evening please sugest me how i can control this, please provide a chart what i can eat daily what i can eat less what are the things i should stop completely. thanks.
Avatar n tn I'm Sophie, and I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes about 2 weeks ago. I'm 15 years old. I'm coping well with everything, including the injections, however when I actually inject the insulin it stings/burns. The actual pain of the needle prick is bearable but this burning sensation is not. Does this sound familiar to anyone? Anyway, back to the abdominal pain.
Avatar n tn Your docs/nutritionist can work with you to make sure your intake of carbohydrates and other nutrients is sufficient to nourish you and your growing baby. Some folk with Type 2 report that they can lower their morning fasting BG by having a small snack at night that includes both protein and some carbo. One cause of morning highs can be that a person actually gets too LOW during the night and their liver dumps some glucose to bring up their BG.
Avatar f tn you cant lose weight if you aren't on an insulin pump 5. weight loss for people with type 1 diabetes takes WAY longer than for people without it. If anybody could clear up these rumors or give me any advice that would be fantastic! Thanks so much for your time!
Avatar n tn old boy who was diagnosed with Type I diabetes at the age of 3. Also, my sister was diagnosed (2 yrs. prior to my son) at the age of 24. She is now 32. My sis takes lantus and humalog, just like your daughter does. I do not have diabetes, however, I do understand that the weight issue is frustrating and sometimes even depressing. My sister has had a very similar situation to your daughter's. It wasn't until recently that she lost some weight.
10947 tn?1281407852 With the Diabetes Tracker, members with Type 1 Diabetes (juvenile), Type 2 Diabetes (adult-onset) and gestational diabetes can track glucose or blood sugar levels at regular intervals, the units of insulin taken, carbs consumed, and results of the A1c test. You can store your glucose readings for Before/After Breakfast, Before/After Lunch, Before/After Dinner, Before/After Exercise or Activity, and Before Bedtime.
Avatar f tn As a result, despite the fact that he has had Type 1 for 30 years and it is always marked that way in his chart, we usually discover that his endo, GP, or whatever has been assuming he is Type II. Also, because the majority of their patients are Type II (obvious given the numbers out there), they seem to be more knowledgeable about Type II and have a much less clear understanding of the unique difficulties of living with Type I and achieving decent control.
Avatar f tn My son is a Type 1 diabetic, diagnosed at 15. He has a 2 1/2 y/o son that they had trouble waking one morning. My son grabbed his tester. My grandsons blood sugar was 42. They went to the ER. Lots of tests were taken, all came back normal. The endocrinologist they followed up with said his case was not the norm and was odd. (His A1c was 5.0) They were told to keep a log of his blood sugars for a couple of months.
Avatar n tn Lucy, you really don't make clear if you are a type 2 diabetic and if so what treatment you are on. Your blood sugar is too high (156 a bit and 273 very). You need to change your diet to limit your carb intake. If you are doing this, getting regular exercise and maintaining a healthy weight then you need to be prescribed medications. If you are already taking meds then you still need to see your doctor for a change to a regimen that will control your blood sugar.
Avatar f tn I did a quick search online and found a couple articles linking hep c infection to diabetes type 2, which is what my hubby has. My questions are, has anyone else been dx'ed with diabetes 2, and do you have any advice for us? And, had anyone tx'ed for hep c with diabetes? Are there any special complications? Thanks!
Avatar n tn I just found out I have gestational diabetes. My docs nurse said they'd call me regarding a class but said I need to start testing 4 times a day. She didn't really give me insight as to when. I'm assuming after meals. But how long do I wait after I eat to test? One hour or 2? And when should start counting the hour from? The start of when I eat or after I finish eating?
Avatar f tn some days he remembers to take his diabetes pill, other days he forgets. These things all can make the INR fluctuate.) They want him to be monitored/INR level checked every 1 to 4 weeks, depending on how much fluctuation he's having and other factors (like whether he just started or discontinued certain other medications.) The highest his INR went, to my knowledge, was 4 something while he was hospitalized once. 6.6 is way too high; what did your doctor say?
Avatar n tn I was just told that I have gestational diabetes. I had elevated levels with my DS so I kinda of expected it but then when I did the 3 hr tolerance test everything came back fine. This time my levels were really high for the first test so they are just referring me to a dietician and self monitoring. Doc was even talking about insulin injections! ick!!! I am totally at a lost. I want to start eating correctly before seeing the dietician but have no idea what foods are ok.
Avatar n tn UN-treated diabetes not allowed with treatment*, so your options are to look into this diabetes thing right now while on treatment, or stop treatment right now to look into the diabetes. Work up and treatment for your diabetes (most likely oral blood sugar control agents) can easily be done now and your sugars under better control in the next few weeks. A few months after treatment, the testing can be re-done to see if it was indeed a treatment related thing or just bad timing.
Avatar f tn I do have type 1 diabetes but I try to always keep it under very good control. DH has even cut back on his drinking habits a lot, and now only drinks about once a week, instead of 3 or 4 days a week. I drink maybe 2 - 3 times a month, if that. I don't know what else to do. Am I missing something? Is there something else I can do to help me get pregnant?
146021 tn?1237208487 Types of Diabetes The three main types of diabetes are type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes. Type 1 diabetes, formerly called juvenile diabetes, is usually first diagnosed in children, teenagers, or young adults. In this form of diabetes, the beta cells of the pancreas no longer make insulin because the body's immune system has attacked and destroyed them. Type 2 diabetes, formerly called adult-onset diabetes, is the most common form.
10947 tn?1281407852 Hi Everyone, Many members have requested a pain tracker, a diabetes/glucose level tracker, and either an exercise tracker or more functionality added to the weight tracker. We wanted to let you know that all these trackers are on our list of to-do's and we're trying to get to them as quickly as possible. We thank you all for your suggestions. If you'd like to have these trackers added, please add a comment to this post rather than creating a new thread.
Avatar f tn Estimated Average Glucose (eAG) is a new way to understand how well you're managing your diabetes. How does it relate to A1C? If one has Type 2 diabetes, they may know about the A1C test that tells you your average blood glucose over the past 2 to 3 months. Now we have a new way to report A1C called estimated average glucose, or eAG. eAG uses the same units (mg/dl) as your glucose meters. A patient cannot and should not accept 137 mg/dl [7.6 mmol/l] as prediabetes, the equivalent of 6.5% A1C.
Avatar f tn Do you have type I or type II diabetes? How long have you had it, and are you on any medication for it? Type I diabetes requires medication, such as insulin shots; while type II diabetes can often be controlled with diet and exercise. Maybe you could give us an idea of what your typical diet and exercise are, and we could help come up with simple changes that help get you started.
Avatar f tn I was talking about all the talk about the virus returning to wild type and the resitance mutations disappearing in 2 years time. Tracy Swan from Treatment Action Group and Jules Levin from NATAP are experts on this subject and that is where I am getting most of my information regarding resistance and the fact that no one can say that it is totally gone unless the patient is put on drugs again. .
479244 tn?1271567259 Incident type 2 diabetes was defined as fasting glucose levels of more than 126 mg/dL, self-reported type 2 diabetes, or use of diabetes medication. National Cholesterol Education Program Adult Treatment Panel 3 criteria were used to define MetSyn and its components. After adjustment for demographic, lifestyle, and dietary confounders, hazard ratios (HRs) were estimated for type 2 diabetes, MetSyn, and MetSyn components.
Avatar f tn I check my glucose daily and when I see it's high I take it but if it's okay I don't. I'm supposed to be taking 2 other diabetes medication but I don't. When I take all of them then I become hypoglicemic (?). Basically my glucose level becomes too low. 7. B-12 1000 mcg - I take 1000mcg daily. I was prescribe this back in late September when I was first diagnosed with MS. They said my B-12 was too low. 8. Mirtazapine 15 mg - On this one I got it from a psychiatrist.
10947 tn?1281407852 With the Diabetes Tracker, members with Type 1 Diabetes (juvenile), Type 2 Diabetes (adult-onset) and gestational diabetes can track glucose or blood sugar levels at regular intervals, the units of insulin taken, carbs consumed, and results of the A1c test. You can store your glucose readings for Before/After Breakfast, Before/After Lunch, Before/After Dinner, Before/After Exercise or Activity, and Before Bedtime.
10947 tn?1281407852 With the Diabetes Tracker, members with Type 1 Diabetes (juvenile), Type 2 Diabetes (adult-onset) and gestational diabetes can track glucose or blood sugar levels at regular intervals, the units of insulin taken, carbs consumed, and results of the A1c test. You can store your glucose readings for Before/After Breakfast, Before/After Lunch, Before/After Dinner, Before/After Exercise or Activity, and Before Bedtime.
Avatar n tn Are we gonna make it like Rocky? Tingling 2 the Revenge? My suggestion on how to sleep....is already known! Ok, I don't want to transform all of you in a bunch of drug addicted, but have you tried a tranquillizer just once? Just to see whether your tingling diminishes the moment you calm down? @rnneeedshelp: as my "colleague" has written, you are anxious over the symptoms, not the opposite, and the same is for all of us.
Avatar f tn Per my PCP, he told me that I definitely have Hashi's because of having the TPO antibodies. I've always had alot of medical issue's, sinuses, kidney, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, triyglycerides, ect.now liver, ect. now knowing I have a autoimmune disorder or disease. I'm realizing why I've always had have so many health issue's. Anyhow, from the research I've done, if understanding correctly.
4896357 tn?1360674504 I don't have the numbers but the Doc's office help called me the morning after my latest CBC and I was told to skip 2 shots. She said the number had to have been below 2. I don't have insurance and can't afford special drugs or blood transfusions. Any opinions on this? How will this compromise my tx? I'm on week 18 of Peginterferon, Ribaviron & Victrelis. I thought I was doing pretty well, just mainly short of breath.
Avatar f tn I recently had a full std panel and my doctor called me saying I was positive for exposure to hsv 2. I have had no blisters or symptoms. I called and asked about the western blot and my gyn said that is only for hiv and I am def positive. Can someone tell me how I can obtain this test? Thanks!