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  1. Blog PlantCityRose

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    I recently came across a website for a device that treats diabetes...and thought' date=' "what do I have to loose?"...so I went ahead and bought one. So, for the past couple months I have been using the Diabmedic device everyday. I have been in the early stages of diabetes, having been diagnosed last year. I have had many of the common symptoms, including near constant thirst, frequent hunger, a need to pee a lot, regularly developing pains in various parts of my body, fatigue, and an ever increasing weight.

     

    In the past 2 months of using this machine, many of my symptoms have gone, or almost totally gone. My BS has gone from 8.3 to 6.2, and seems to be continuing in the downward direction. I feel so much better, have much more energy, and am very happy with my purchase.

     

    I am wondering if any of you have been using this Diabmedic device also...I'd like to hear what you have to say about it too. It's a great machine I think more people should hear about. Tell me about your experience![/quote']

  2. Blog shabbie

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    Thanks for visiting my blog post, I am Sharon D. Jones.

     

    I was diagnosed in May 2006 with diabetes with a HbA1c of 9.8%, from oct 2006 I was placed on insulin therapy to control blood sugars that did not respond to oral medications.

     

    I enjoyed excellent control whilst on insulin therapy but I knew that one day I would challenge the conventional view that diabetes is irreversible.

     

    In July 2009 I started out on an experiment that would change my life, I adopted the alkaline diet and within five short weeks my insulin requirements dropped from 23 units per day to zero!

     

    ‘Alkalise Me’ is the book I wrote about my experiences on the alkaline diet during those first crucial weeks and first tentative steps into diet control after being insulin dependent.

     

    It was written in the hope that others may be inspired to do the same.

     

    Sharon D. Jones

     

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    Alkalise Me is available in Paperback and Kindle from amazon and major book stores.

     

    ISBN-10: 1456777157

     

    ISBN-13: 978-1456777159

     

    Kindle: ASIN: B0051UMG5G

  3. Blog ShottleBop

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    Could have been written by the Rolling Stones: "I Don't Want No Complications"?

     

    I don’t want no complications.

    I don’t want no complications.

    So I test and I test and I test and I test

    I don’t want no, I don’t want no.

     

    When I'm orderin’ my food

    and deciding what to eat

    well, I’m countin’ carbs more and more

    to get some useful information

    to help avoid any complication.

    I don’t want no, oh no no no.

    Hey hey hey, that's what I say.

     

    I don’t want no complications.

    I don’t want no complications.

    So I test and I test and I test and I test

    I don’t want no, I don’t want no.

     

    When I'm watchin' my TV

    and that man comes on to tell me

    how good my food can be.

    Well he’s not talking to me ‘cause he don’t say

    How many carbs in that treat.

    I don’t want no, oh no no no.

    Hey hey hey, that's what I say.

     

    I don’t want no complications,

    I don’t want no situations

    So I test and I test and I test and I test.

    I can't get no, I can't get no.

     

    When I'm ridin' down the street

    and I'm doin' this and I'm eatin’ that

    and I'm tryin' to score some treat

    what tells me baby better pick something else to eat

    my meter--I am a control freak.

    I don’t want no, oh no no no.

    Hey hey hey, that's what I say.

     

    I don’t want no, I don’t want no,

    I don’t want no complications

    no complications, no complications, no complications.

  4. Blog Joisey

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    Over the past 3 months or so I've had great success in eliminating really bad lows. However, in the last two weeks or so I've had three or four really bad hypos and each time I was walking around in very hot, humid weather. Has anyone else noticed this connection?

  5. Blog sable_032592

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    i can still remember how it felt when the ER doctor told me i was diabetic... it was march 25th, 1992 and just after 11am... i had, what i thought, was a simple yeast infection, though i was 15, i kinda hoped it wasn't that cuz i had always believed what one of my sisters said about yeast infections (you get them if you're dirty and don't clean properly)... so i was secretly wishing it wasn't that... that it was anything but that... not knowing what the 'anything' could be...

     

    the doctor took a stick test and i was at 34.7 (625)... when i was told it was diabetic and because of my level, i was type 1, which was called "insulinodependant diabetic"... long name but the insulin thing was lost on me... the doctor came out of his office and started getting physically mad with my GP, who was in the same medical clinic... turns out my levels when i had T4 blood tests for my hypothyroidism were elevated to the point of being in the teens (180 to 300)... and i was never told that i was diabetic... the endo who was treating me for my thyroid kept saying my blood sugars were slightly up because i was overweight for my age...

     

    my GP wasn't responsible for not telling me, but he was accountable for never noticing the high levels... but i never complained to anyone, nor did i sue or anything of the sort... i did, however, stop going to that endo...

     

    anywho... i was sent to a local hospital and spent the better part of the first day learning the terms, injection styles, reasons for, complications of, and, oddly enough, i was made to smell different levels of gangrene, from beginning of to complete necrosis...

     

    my two older sisters were at home (it was a wednesday) by the time my parents left the hospital... i didn't see anyone until the day after because by the time my parents got home and told my sisters and had something to eat, it was past visiting hours and i was on the peds floor since i was 15, and i felt so alone... all i had with me was my sony walkman...

     

    the batteries were getting low so i listened to the radio until i fell asleep... most of the stations where doing elton john songs because it was his 45th birthday... i was so depressed at the time, that listening to his songs helped me thru the first day...

     

    i also snapped out of the blues because there was a little 4 yr old who's parents couldn't visit her everyday, so i spent my days strolling around the floor with her in a hospital carriage... she was HIV positive but showed no signs of damage from the disease... the nurses told me to be careful, so i walked around with a mask on and she was in protective gear... a few nights, she cried, so i would sit with her and stroke her hair until she fell asleep... seeing this poor little girl and knowing that she had a hard life ahead of her, however much time she had... it woke me up to the fact that my life wasn't over...

     

    tbc...

  6. Blog Fairy Nurse

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    Dear Lost Sensor:

     

    I realize that you enjoy causing trouble. But hiding from my pump is inappropriate behavior--- especially when you are a new sensor. :mad:

     

    And now that I just tried reconnecting you've decided to work. Let's keep it that way! :stupido:

     

    Yours Truly,

    Fairy Nurse

  7. Blog amy612

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    Hi All-

    I am new to this site. I have been a type 1 diabetic for 19years. I have been on the pump for 11 years and have the CGM. Anyway- I have been in training for two months so far, for a half marathon coming up in October 2011. I can run up to 6 miles so far (yippie :)) and have my bs (blood sugar) up high enough that i feel good. I was wondering if anyone has run in a marathon with diabetes. If so, could you give me so advice? I am not sure how to keep my bs raised for 13.1 miles. Right now I am doing my running on a treadmill, since it is a controlled setting; I can grab apple juice or glucose tablets if needed. I know in a race the situation will be different.

    Thank you :)

  8. Blog jmmats11

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    I was looking for some info' date='also. My doctor discussed it with me today as an alternative. She was saying that it helps with lowering appetite and helps to lose weight.

    I was hoping someone with experience using it would post.[/quote']

     

     

    I have been using Victoza for almost 2 weeks. Started at the .6 dose for one week and now on 1.2 dose. Last week was fine, no nausea, but NO APPETITE!! This week i have experienced heartburn, but hoping it wont last. I have lost 7 lbs. so far. I get full really fast.

     

    Before Victoza I would exercise 5 x week and restrict my calories and would only lose a pound every few weeks or so. My BS is a little lower but not drastically. My A1C is generally about 7 but was almost 8 the last time. Which was surprising because of my diet and exercise. I will try this dose for a while until I see my Dr. again. Hope I dont have to go to 1.8 dose. I currently take glyburide/metformin 2.5/500 twice a day.

     

    I would recommend you try it if you have trouble losing weight.

  9. Blog Sbennett

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    So I am currently 10 weeks pregnant with my 2nd child, but this is my 1st pregnancy with diabeties. I am very nervous and I hope that I am doing everything that I can to make sure myself and my baby are healthy. As of today my fasting sugars are finally in the 90's in the morning and throughout the day they are in the low hundreds or below. I just know that this time around I am a lot more nervous since I am diabetic and I really don't know anyone that is diabetic that has had children. Hopefully I can use this as a good out let for me during my pregnancy and after.

  10. Blog kdiebelius

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    ive made a new blog its about living with diabetes from such a young age and for people to understand what its like to live with diabetes, tbh my life just wouldnt be the same without diabetes. i want to be a role model to young and older people who are living with diabetes i model and hope i can get far with it, im getting homeschooled because of my health aswell. my blog is http://alifewithdiabetess.blogspot.com

  11. Blog My angel

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    Hello:

    I joined here to see if I can talk with others with spouses who have diabetes. I really can use some support in regards to behaviors and more of an understanding of things.

    I have only been in this relationship for almost five years and this June will be our third year wedding anniversary. My husband has been increasingly difficult, angry, anxious, mood swings and is now on incilin and pills. It has changed him. I am just now reading up on it and realizing kinda what is happening. I thought I was doing something wrong all the time. He seems depressed too at times. He thinks that he does have mood swings and agrees but then say , I'm too sensitive and I get upset to easy with him. He doesn't realize his behavioral change with me. This has been getting worse since the start of inclin.

    He says we should go to a therapist for marriage counciling.

    Iling and I think he needs better control of what he eats and council on that more and I need to be there with him, which he'll agree too. Is there counslers out there that know alot about diabetes along with marriage counciling???

  12. I recently found this website caloriecount.about.com

     

    You set up a personal profile(with the option to show your info to others or not) It asks you if you have diabetes, heart disease, cholesterol, depression and the gammut of important health issues. You input your height, weight, gender, age, etc. After you check the various health issues you have, it shows you what your ideal weight is, based on BMI and health needs. It also give you a "Goal Date" which you can lenghten or shorten to your needs.

    The basic idea is that you put in everything you eat on a daily basis. For each item you get the nutritional facts, in the same label format you see on the back of almost anything you buy in the store. You can just search for something your considering eating and get the facts or you can input your own recipe. At the end of the day you log in your daily meals, snacks etc. It not only tells you what basic nutrients you need to add but it also tells you what your

    High intakes of "bad" nutrients, low or excessive intakes of "good" nutrients

    Low intakes of "bad" nutrients or adequate intakes of "good" nutrients

    All in easy to read graph form.

     

    This enables you to plan your next days (or the next weeks) meals to meet your needs, see a running log of how many calories, carbs, protiens, nutrients etc you are eating and it also has a water log, weight log and activity log. It is an all around HEALTH WATCH RESOURCE!

     

    PS...I love the fact that I can get all the nutritional info on all my mothers recipes!! Most of her recipes have fresh ingredients and I find it very difficult to sit and do all the math needed to figure out what exactly I'm putting into my body. I'm entirely too busy to figure out each and every recipe AND I HAVE FOUND THIS TO BE A GREAT MOTIVATIONAL TOOL as well as a great way to learn what is in the foods i am eating:D

     

    So in short I was wondering if anyone else has tried this site out and how it worked for them. If you haven't tried it out would you find it to be the great resource I do?

  13. BitcoDavid
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    Get Busy Living

    By

    David P. Greenberg

     

    “Get busy living or get busy dying.” That quote comes from “The Shawshank Redemption” – one of my all time favorite movies. We’re all faced with that paradox, that dillema. How do we get busy living in this new world? What do we do with talents, skills and dreams that we can’t fulfill? How do we help our fellow Man, while surviving ourselves, when there are so many factors working against us?

    These questions provided the impetus for me to create my concept magazine - Nµ30. This project is of incredible importance to me, and I believe, to others grappling with the same issues.

    I wanted something that I could do for a job in an economy that no longer provides for people who want jobs. I wanted something that could allow me to use the talents and skills that took me a lifetime to hone. I wanted something that would enable, and provide for me, to continue in my miraculous self-help program that saved my life and got me off the “Big Pharma” jag that was my disease.

    Nµ30 can and will be that lifeline. It will allow me to employ myself, and to employ my talents.

    OK, I get that it’s somewhat rough. I get that the videos didn’t work in this first issue. They will in the second. I get that the “magazine” layout I wanted might be a few months off in the future. I also get that selling a product that has no advertising, no subscription base and no official backing might be difficult – perhaps, at this early stage, impossible.

    However, I don’t care. See, I got the idea, and the first priority for me, became making it so. I wanted to get busy living, and I had to take some short cuts to get it out there. It’s a work in progress, and it’s growing and developing every day. It’s an adventure, and an experiment, that requires your help. I need funding. I need following. I need readership. I need people who share my vision – a renaissance vision of self-sufficiency, strength and inventiveness.

    I’m writing this note, today, to convince people how important I think this can end up being. Not just for Jack, my poor overworked wife, and me, but also for all the people who read it and take from it the spark of inspiration for them to find their own program to a revitalized youth, and an independence from doctors and drugs.

    Here’s some of what you can do to be part of the Nµ30 movement, and to help me realize this pipe dream of mine.

    Primarily, I need financing to maintain my support, until I can begin to sell this project to those who will be providing it to you, the readers. That can be accomplished by clicking the following link:

     

    Nµ30 Magazine by David P. Greenberg - GoFundMe

     

    If you can’t make a financial commitment – and believe me, I understand – you can share this link out. You can e-mail it to your friends. Show it to your doctor, your pharmacist. Put it on your bulletin board at work. I’m doing everything I can to get the word out, but we need eyeballs. We need people to see both the magazine itself, and the promotional pages. We need people who are in a position to donate, to do so. In order for that to happen, they need to see it.

    Secondarily, I need “Likes” and readers. You can read the magazine, by going to this link:

     

    Nµ30 Premier

     

    While you’re there, you can get some of Jack’s wit and wisdom by clicking:

     

    A Little Help From One of Boston's Edgier Journalists

     

    In coming months, you’ll be able to join private groups dedicated to this magazine and its broader conceptual idea. You’ll also be able to click on the embedded links, and support us that way. Right now, you can go to:

    Nµ30 - Magazine | Facebook and click “Like.”

     

    So please consider helping me bring this resource to the people who need it. I thank you, and Jack – the Internet rock star – thanks you.

  14. Blog Big Nate

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    Hi. I still don't know much on how to do stuff on this website but I'm learning fast. I just started a new group, it is for teens with diabetes. If you are a teen with diabetes or know a teen with diabetes, consider this group. I hope this group can introduce teen diabetics to eachother and give them someone to talk to about what they are going through. Welcome to all teens.

  15. Blog donpenven

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    When my wife was diagnosed with pre-diabetes with an A1c hemoglobin test of 6.8 our first thought was panic. back then the threshold for chronic diabetes was 7.0. We learned from her doctor recently that the threshold was lowered to 6.5.

     

    My wife, over the past year, has beaten back all symptoms. Her A1c test is 5.6. She has yet to take a single drug or injection to cause this reversal. She accomplished this with diet and exercise.

     

    I heard about alpha-lipoic acid in an email health newsletter and we have added it to our supplements. This substance is manufactured in the body and helps to metabolize sugar. But sometimes supplements help maintain a healthier level. We get our supply from Walmart.

     

    Has anyone out there experienced this substance in the form of supplements. Send me an e-mail (see my profile) and I'll give you my sources of information as well as tell you about my wife's success in returning to a normal blood sugar level.

  16. Blog CJD

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    Hi!

    I have been taking Victosa for about 5 months. Started with 0.6 then gradually worked up to 1.2 with no real problem except a slight headache at start.

    Dr said to take it early with breakfast. Since I don't go to bed until midnight, I don't get up before 9 a.m. so I was taking it from around 10 a.m. somedays not until after lunch at 2 p.m. Dr said that was ok. Then I missed a day, and Dr. said that to skip a day would not make a difference. With that in mind...I have not taken it for two days now. In my opinion, the Victosa had not been doing what I had hoped it would do on a short term basis.

    Even, I have lost about 10 pounds (in five months,) I am disappointed because I was hoping for 20+ pound loss at least!

     

    While I was out of the country in October 2010 for vacation, it was incoveinient to "time the dosage", so I got off schedule. It is so expensive added to what I am already paying for, and so, I am wondering if I can just stop for a couple of weeks and start back up at a later date...Anyone have any comment on that?

     

    Other Meds as follows:

     

    Metformin 500 x 2 daily

    HCTZ 12.5 daily

    Lovastatin 40 mg daily

    Vitamin D 50,000 twice week

    81 mg Aspirin daily

    Occaisional Fish oil (causes diarrhea)

    Weight October 2010- 221#

    Weight March 2011 211#

  17. Blog vivian.crow

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    BOOK DESCRIPTION

     

    “I am forty and have been battling with diabetes and eating disorders for twenty-five

    years… I am wheelchair bound and have no hope now… When I tried to find help there

    was not a single book that addressed this terrible thing… Please do something to help

    the young ones…” Outcries like this were the driving force behind the birth of this

    groundbreaking book.

     

    Grace Huifeng Shih, RD, MS brings this once-secret disease/disorder out into the open

    and offers hope to those suffering, their families, and their health providers.

    Diabulimia (ED-DMT1, clinicians’ term), a deadly combination in which people with

    type 1 diabetes manipulate insulin so they will lose weight, causes permanent injury if

    left untreated.

     

    Grace’s compassion and expertise in both eating disorders and diabetes; stories from

    her clients and their loved ones she works with everyday; along with the editing

    and review by 15 clinicians (endocrinologists, psychologists, psychiatrists, diabetes

    nurse practitioners, nurse managers, pediatricians, adolescent medicine physicians,

    ophthalmologists, nephrologists and neurologists) make this book invaluable for medical

    and non-medical readers alike.

     

    For individuals: The 18 stories here share the struggle individuals face, and the relief

    they find knowing they are not alone. The voice of diabulimia is finally heard!

    The chapter “Nutrition and Diabulimia” is designed to help those searching for a healthy,

    safe means of weight loss.

     

    For families and friends: Be encouraged and relieved to find recovery is possible

    through the multilayered treatment this book outlines. Learn how to recognize and

    circumvent the desperate ploys individuals with diabulimia use as subterfuge to avoid

    weight gain, and be better equipped to help them.

     

    For health personnel, educators and group leaders:

    Here, the pathology of this group of patients is explained, as are ways to identify high

    risk individuals through skillful interviewing. With chapters such as “Hospitalization,

    Step by Step Guidelines” and “What Works and What Doesn’t”, the book is a unique

    resource as well as an invaluable tool.

     

    For more information about the author and the book,

    visit: Diabetes | Diabulimia | Diabetic Acidosis

     

    To Purchase: http://www.createspace.com/3562632 (directly link to this book)

    or Amazon.com: Online Shopping for Electronics, Apparel, Computers, Books, DVDs & more

     

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR

     

    Grace Huifeng Shih, RD, MS

     

     

     

    Registered Dietitian @ Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital,

    Stanford Medical Center, Palo Alto, CA;

    Guest Lecturer @ San Jose State University;

    Board Member of Eating Disorder Resource Center: http://www.edrcsv.org;

    Advisor for medical students @ Stanford University;

    Advisor for nutrition students @ San Jose State University;

    Member of dissertation committee, clinical psychology, Ph.D programs;

    Speaker for Eating Disorders and Diabulimia workshops;

    Author of Diabulimia publications;

    Consultant dietitian for teen clinics, Kaiser Permanente;

    Private practice nutritionist who educates clients with eating disorders

    and diabulimia in her four offices throughout Northern California.

     

     

     

    For more details about Grace’s services, visit

    Diabetes | Diabulimia | Diabetic Acidosis

  18. Blog Miss Something

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    Hey,, I need your help ,, I'm a diabetic (type 1) ,, I have had diabetes for about 5 years now ,, recently I had a hypoglycemia and the last insulin injection I took should have finished its work by at least 4 hours .. I was wondering if this ever happened to anyone .. And whether anyone knows why this might have happened.. Thank you

  19. Blog pass1on

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    We all need to watch what we eat...(such a change!)

    There is a way we can all have tasty food and enjoy every bite finally.

    I found a book that I chose to use and I wanted to share it with everyone...Great food ideas in here, I enjoy cooking once again...It's only like 37 bucks but its worth it... here's the website for anyone who wants to try

    Ultimate Diabetic Cookbook

  20. Blog starfish

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    Hi' date='

    I'm universtiy student and as part of my assignment at university I'm representing a pharmaceutical company.

    The company have innovated a dynamic solution to aid diabetics across the globe in the form of an artificial pancreas for both type 1 and 2 diabetes sufferers.

    I'm currently looking for some primary research for our survey and would appreciate your time, effort and opinions in aiding our development process.

    All information collected about you during the course of the survey will be strictly confidential and we will not ask for any personal details.

    I would really appreciate if you could take 2 minutes of your time to vist the website below and fill in the survey, i'm really struggling for reasearch and your help would mean a great deal to me. Thank you

    Diabetes research Survey

  21. Blog boron_11

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    I was diagnosed during a hospital visit ... from physicals being 'a little high' in fasting to values in the high 200's without warning. A1C was 10.2

     

    Rx 2 x 500mg Metformin and 2 x 5mg Glyburide. This did little good until I found that the 45-60 gm of carbs that the CDE said were 'necessary' were in fact grossly excessive. I do not deliberately eat anything at all that are significant carb sources. No beans, bread, fruit, cooked veg with more than low GI, no breakfast cereal or grain products, etc etc. I managed this way to get my avg below 100, a1c at 5.5. Dropped another 20 lbs. Walk more. Yet I swing between being hypoglycemic and having to carry some dried mango with me, to going after having tofu and veg roll for breakfast from a 70-90 running level from the prior dinner time to 250. Enough to make me simply want to end it all .. what is the point of having rather boring diet, avoiding any food, etc etc if in fact apparently nothing at all will drive it into dangerous levels.

     

    Anyone have any experience with this, or references? I know about the Dawn effect and have seen that occassionally, but til now I dealt well by keeping half a glyburide to take at bed time.

  22. Blog IronmaidenFTW27

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    I'm a 16 year old type one diabetic and every morning my blood sugar levels have been 200-250 for the past month or so. I'm also on an insulin pump and i've been increasing my insulin rates overnight frequently and its not working. Im starting to get really mad because i dont know what to do. Im very athletic and i follow my diet. My blood sugar levels lower back down to normal as the day goes on. This is a big problem for me because i take very difficult classes at school and with my blood sugar always being high, i start to get very sleepy in class and i cant focus which is making me fall behind. I need help please!!!

  23. Blog *Tammy*

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    ok so lately the doctors put me on humalog and I need more advice from people that have been there done that.

    I'm type 2

    a Heavy Women = 352lbs .... I know Big...

    height = 5'3

    Have metabolic syndrome

    asthma

    RA = Rheumatoid arthritis

    Fibromialga

     

    I take metaphormin and insulin shots to control my sugar levels, But I don't think I'm taking it right. I'm afraid to take it to often and to little.the way I have been taking my meds is = metaphormin normally twice a day and the shots when ever it gets to high. My doctor did not give me that much info on any of this of when to take it - other then she said - take it when it gets to high. She told me to take 1 unit of insulin when my sugar level goes higher then 150ml and when I do - it drops to 86 or so ml So is that right?

     

    please if you have any advice for me i would really appreciate it!!!!!

     

    Thank You.:)

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