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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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Cold/congestion is considered as a "Stress" situation to our body. Therefore, usually, our body acts by raising blood sugar as it needs to...
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Do not worry, just do as your doctors has asked to because they know better the situation and know what problems could face your husband during this...
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Such oscillations in blood sugar (especially hypoglycemia) can be associated with your problems. You should seek medical help immediately to adjust...
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I don't know if it is related to diabetes but you can see your doctor for an oral medication like Diflucan (generic- Fluconazole). The only time...
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you probably are sick ask your dr. as you arn't going to get a answere here. i have tried ten times and no luck
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Based on your HgA1c you are at an increased risk for developing diabetes and should be screened regularly. People at an increased...
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Go see a specialist, sounds serious to me, your blood glucose levels are bouncing around, better safe than sorry!
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Diabetes can affect ALL bodily organs if you let it get out of control. As for deli meats, if it is processed then it has cholesterol, carbs...
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Ask your doctor, could be some symptom of something. But maybe try drinking more water but regardless of that talk to your doctor.
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Is it actually white? Or cloudy? Cloudy urine can be caused by dehydration and diabetes, although there can be many other causes. Drinking water...
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