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What Causes Libido In A Man With Diabetes Type 2 And How To Overcome The Libido
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Does Drinking Increased Water Decrease C1 Levels
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Increased water can decrease daily readings and averages, which in turn can decrease A1C @A DiabetesTeam Member.

Recommended daily water intake is 1/2 to 3/4 ounce water for every pound of body… read more

Why Is My Blood Pressure High In The Morning
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My blood pressure has been high in the morning and i take two different blood pressure meds. A doctor told me to increase exercise and decrease sodium. Is this normal. My blood decreases throughout the day.

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That is not normal - it should typically be close to it's lowest level when you wake up and gradually rise throughout the day

Too much salt, and not just the bit you put on from the shaker, but in… read more

I Have Had My First And Only Episode Of Hypothyroidism Post Total Thyroidectomy Done On The 14th March 2024. What Information Is Needed?
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Diabetes Type 2.
Hyperthyroidism

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@A DiabetesTeam Member. 😷. I'm feeling super optimistic that the right dose for me will soon be a reality.🙏

I Was Diagnosed With Tipe 2 In 2013
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from 2013 I injected 40ml in the morning 30 mil at night.aswell as 1metformin pill om the morning 1 at night . must I decrease or increase the amount at some point ?my tester is not working I'm going on how I feel each day

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Bertus, listen to GL…..

He was just anointed Canada’s’ Ambassador of Diabetes intelligence…

If U Suger Is High Must U Increase U Insulin
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Not necessarily. There are ways to reduce your sugar levels without insulin increase. search Ways to reduce blood sugar without increasing insulin-

Diabetes Is Having A Negative Impact On My Libido And I Am Not Sure If My Wife Will Understand. With All The Effects Of The Medicine.
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I get treated for Diabetes, with Insulin and Oral medication, as well as for Cholesterol, Hypertension and Depression.

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It does help a bit to eat as healthy as possible and do as many exercise as possible. Everything helps. Google "pelvic exercise" and try that too.

Morning Highs
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Hello to all my diabetic friends. I have had type 2 diabetes for many years now and my biggest issue is trying to get my morning numbers in a good range and I'm so frustrated i only eat breakfast and supper no snacks in between meals i usually have eggs and bacon for breakfast and usually chicken or some other type meat with vegetables for dinner and can not understand how my numbers are up in the mornings like today before eating it was 156 , then the reading before supper is good and like last… read more

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Thank you Loraine3 . Do you have any suggestions on things to eat for breakfast?

For A Type 2 Diabetic -How Many Points Increase Is Regarded As A “sugar Spike?
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I am currently panicking as my average bs is 8.5.whereas three months ago it was 6.0.I put it down to the fortisip food supplement prescribed when i wasn 't eating( continued for two months after… read more

Blood Sugar Over 250 Several Days. Am & Pm
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High blood sugar won't come down. Do I need to call for insulin increase?

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Go see a eye specialist