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I have this at least 30x's a day. Hot flashes stink.
“Experience is simply the name we give our mistakes.”.
diagnosed type 1 October 1986
currently using Medtronic MiniMed
Revel 723 with CGMS CLEAR
I have the hot feeling a LOT of the time . . . and I rarely have a fever, even though I feel I should!
I turn cold when I drink something cold, and get hot when I drink something hot. My husband thinks I'm strange!
- don't usually drink enough water
- take synthroid (very stable at .2 mg daily, which is more than most people take)
- take accuretic for bp (controlled well)
Type 1 for 34 years
Quinapril (ACE), Synthroid, Zocor
7 days till doctors visit...
Diagnosed September 18th, 2006
Pumping with Animas IR 1250 from December 18th, 2006-January 25th, 2007 (I don't like stinging boluses)
Pumping with Minimed 722 since January 25th, 2007
i have night sweats for a few days at a go and then they go away, no illness, blood sugar fine. all very strange! i should take my temp next time maybe
Suspicions 03/05/07 (Type 1 or 1.5??)
Diagnosed Type 1 - 26/07/07
Novomix 30 (Phased out)
Lantus - 14 units
03/05/07 - 12
26/07/07 - 11
15/10/07 - 6.4!!!!! woohoo were getting there!
I just got like this last night out of nowhere. My face was even a little red and had a small headache, maybe stress. Today I feel okay. It certainly is weird.
My girlfriend insists that feeling warm is a sympton of diabetes. I have searched and searched and all I have been able to come up with is either a) hypoglycemia, or b) autonomic neuropathy. She claims that high bg levels cause it too.
Has anybody else heard this? If so, can you please point me to a site where this "symptom" is described and discussed by physicians or researchers?
BTW I have had type 2 for 20 years and control it with diet and exercise alon - and see my MD 4X a year.
i feel hot sometimes and sugars are usually on the lower side when this occurs.
Heck yes - highs and lows give me the hot flushes. I thought it was manopause at first! It's stopped now I am on insulin.