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Hi, And yes they are giving you your ED problems.Have you thought of trying to control your diabetes with a diet of the right foods, that's if...
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You could since it has a lot of nutrients, but you still have to count the carbohydrates and sugars into your meal plan.  You may find...
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Diabetic neuropathy is nerve damage that can happen as a result of having diabetes. There are four types of diabetic neuropathy: peripheral...
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The only issue I have come upon is in the following from the Red Cross site, redcrossblood.org.Donors with diabetes who since 1980, ever used...
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Diabetes is not contagious, therefore the fact of your husband having diabetes will have nothing to do with you having gestational diabetes.  If...
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Hi I think you have come up with a good question, you should google your question, but I did find this link for you, prospects don't look good...
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Whether or not health plans sold through the state health insurance marketplaces cover bariatric surgery will depend on the state -- some will, and...
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Here's an article on cirrhosis:   http://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/tc/cirrhosis-topic-overview      It says that...
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Medical marijuana would be your best bet. I too am a type 1 diabetic who at the moment is undergoing unexplained liver problems. Marijuana is by far...
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I am 53 and have type 2 diabetes and my A!C was 8.8 and my doctor was trying to put me on insulin and said that my diabetes was out of control so...
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Either one is fine, assuming your primary care doctor is comfortable in lancing these things and taking a wound culture to identify the...
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Actually, 92 is not too high for fasting blood sugar. It actually sounds about right. My doctor told me that if my fasting blood sugar was 100 or...
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A glycated hemoglobin A1C of 6.0 (5.7-6.4 range) is considered pre-diabetes, meaning your husband has elevated blood sugars and is at increased risk...
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