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Probably. It may be best to use a new vial of insulin that has been properly stored. Not knowing the exact type of insulin you are using, you can...
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Hi Do have good read through, you will just love it.http://www.diabetes.co.uk/natural-therapies/ginger.htmlJust copy link into google to the www. to...
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Hi Why drugs when exercising would be far better for you as long as you keep within your limits with your glucose your be OKBut please just google...
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Cortisol plays an important role in human nutrition. It regulates energy by selecting the right type and amount of substrate (carbohydrate, fat, or...
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Fat around the belly is associated with insulin resistance and increased risk of diabetes. This may not happen for every person, especially if they...
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There are lots of possibilities from Fibromyalgia to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. I am 56 and suffer from both of these disorders as well as many others...
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Reducing your insulin should be done ONLY under the direct supervision of your medical professional or endocrinologist. This is not something you...
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Hi Pease do have a read through this link, it cold help you understand things a bit more. http://www.livestrong.com/article/535758-blood-glucose...
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Yes...you should not stop your dose of insulin. Make sure your doctors know you are a diabetic on insulin.
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Hi I would go to your doctor, let him/her have a look at you.Are you diabetic?If yes then more so.Good Luck
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Hi Read this link there is a piece titled right diet, take it from there.http://www.whole-dog-journal.com/issues/15_5/features/Canine-Diabetes...
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I am sorry to hear about your dog and his health challenges. While garlic is not usually a part of a canine diet, it will not harm him. His breath...
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Hi Try posting this question in the Diabetes forum on WebMD you may get a better response, I did some research, but every where you look it all says...
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Hi Take it your diabetic then? diabetics do have a hard time with sex, ed is a side effect of insulin and the drugs your on.There is a way out if you...
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The Mayo Clinic uses the below noted interpretive values for the 2 hour glucose oral tolerance test. The range for normal glucose value results may...
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