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I'm sorry you're going through this. It sounds awful!Are you positive you don't have diabetes? I mean, has a medical professional told...
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Stage 3 kidney disease is not good.  More than likely associated with your diabetes.  You are more than likely over weight.  Stay on a...
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yes
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I would question the diagnosis and ask for a repeat. However, it does appear that you are pre diabetic. If you had a higher A1c, there would not be...
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I am looking in the BEST book a diabetic can have. "The Calorie King Calorie & Fat Carbohydrate Counter." This book has the menu and...
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Because you have multiple health problems, you should stay in close contact with your health care provider while making changes.  Keeping your...
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No no diabetics in family
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hi,ya it happens some time. i have the same issue some day...i am 27years old...dont worry...its not big issue...try to control his sugar level
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Strokes and blindness are side effects of diabetes.  Most diabetics biggest concerns are with the heart,kidneys,and the eyes,and nerves...
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When I got blood clots in my leg I had muscle pains in the back that were very intense but no pain in my shins. I'd get it checked out for sure...
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See your medical provider. This may be GOUT.
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I am so surprised that your doctor didn't give you one free.  Check magazines or even on TV.  You can get a meter free from Medicare...
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No, but it helps. There are many people of normal weight that have diabetes, but clearly, if you were obese, the chance of getting diabetes increases.
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all booze is bad for diabetics!!! There is much LESS damaging recreational/social things that can be taken that won't be quite so bad, but myself...
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yes you need to have it surgically removed. if it is done properly and packed from the inside to heal you have much less a chance for it to come back...
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