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What Do People Eat As Snacks At Night ,I Have A Hard Time With This. Please Help Me

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Good day so far sis

posted February 26

What Diabetes Symptoms Do You Have That You Didn’t Expect?

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You are going through so much health wise take gd care I enjoy cups of Green tea during daytime with or without caffeine

posted April 5

How Do You Stay Active?

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Sometimes its easy sometimes I cave in and avoid it! But overall I maintain at least three days a week thus time of year. Everyday in soeing and fall. Somer I avoid the heat . So maybe 5x’s a week

posted January 30

What Is Your Go-to Snack When Your Blood Sugar Is Low?

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Hello Robert, see if you can qualify for a Continued Glucose Monitor (CGM) I use Dexcom6 or Libre2 is a popular choice for many diabetics. Step One check with your insurance if you can get their… read more

posted March 14, 2023

What Made You Smile 😊 Today?

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Thanks so much Elmo 😀🥰

posted December 19, 2023

Is Having Bowel Issues Common With Type 2 Diabetes?

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Goodevening all.... I am new to this site and have a sorta uncomfortable question to ask. I have Type 2 Diabetes and take Metformin 1000 mg. 2x daily, Glimepriride 4mg once daily, plus 20 mg Lisinopril for high blood pressure. I have chronic constipation, followed by diahrea. I sometimes don't have any movement for 4 to 5 days. I get bloated, have stomach pain at times. Periodically I take magnesium citrate to get things moving, but after a couple days I start slowly plugging up again. I… read more

A DiabetesTeam Member

I had the same problem. My doctor’s nurse suggested a teaspoon of sugar free Metamucil in 8 ounces of cold water daily. Problem was solved in a week.

posted October 29, 2022

What Diabetes Symptoms Keep You Up At Night?

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@A DiabetesTeam Member, I tried using efficascent oil (basically mentholyptus, camphor etc.) rubbing on my feet especially before sleeping and it helps. Hardly have itchy feet anymore. Hope this… read more

posted May 4

What's Your A1C Right Now?

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I got mine done today, it was 9.8 I was in shock, my morning readings are good always around 100's and the last month especially I had to lower insulin units because I would wake up in the 60's, I will have a lab test result in a week where blood was drawn, today it was done at a research clinic where they only pricked my finger, so I will wait for the other ones to have a better picture, the only consolation in all this is that my previous one was above 11 and I've taken action in changing my… read more

A DiabetesTeam Member

I will get my A1C March 25

posted March 19

What's One Natural Remedy That's Helped In Managing Your Diabetes?

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What type and how much to take?

posted January 8

How Do Beverages With Caffeine Affect Your Diabetes?

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Perhaps it depends on the brand of Stevia you use. I use the Splenda brand of Stevia. It gives me the closest to sugar flavor of all the options I’ve tried.

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