I have been told that after having this surgery I would no longer have to treat my diabetes. However I am wondering if I would be trading one set of problems for another. Since I have a weight problem being approved is not a problem, but I prefer to do things as naturally as possible. Some insight would be helpful and appreciated.
With my hypothyroidism and being type 2 is there still a possibility of reversing my diabetes, I've been a diabetic so long ang I know hypothyroidism and having diabetes is hereditary, but I would like to know if it's possible.
I know it sucks,,,always talking about it,people getting tired of hearing it,you feel alone
Every 5 years the leading experts in the treatment of Type 2 get together at this big conference and make changes, based on new information, to the "consensus guidelines" that are used by the EU, UK and most of the Commonwealth and the United States, that become the national medical guidelines
So whether I post up something from the ADA's US Guidelines or from Diabetes Australia (or Canada or the UK), the only difference in the paragraph will be some spelling changes
Anyhow, in their latest… read more
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