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New to forum, struggling with type 2
2 years ago  ::  Oct 25, 2012 - 1:08PM #6
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I want to tell you i tried the New INbars  from Inbalance health Corp they are great. taste good and don't spike the blood sugar, try them they are all whole foods no chemicals 

2 years ago  ::  Oct 02, 2012 - 8:47PM #5
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 I have just joined Dlife. why is it that they post something over a month ago but never come back.

 I would like to chat with others but I dont want to have to wait a month for a reply. Please come back

 and let others know how things are going with you , do not leave us in the dark. I know you lives might

be hectic, but please never take away the TIME FOR YOURSELF... You will need this to relax and rejuvinate

you well being. ... For those of  you who read this, let me know how things are going with you , and dont

forget there are people out there to talk to. They or I will listen and not be judgemental.

Have a  good day to all.. Digabetic

2 years ago  ::  Sep 07, 2012 - 9:58PM #4
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Everytime I had protein in my urine I was told it was blood.  Were you treated with antibiotics at all or referred to a specialist?  I was and I have had a camera up my bladder once, and once I had a cat scan.  I hope that you will ask your doctor for a referal or at least find out why one isn't necessary.


2 years ago  ::  Sep 03, 2012 - 6:32PM #3
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Welcome to the group snnuggless. Furball is right. Have you tried a little snack at night withprotein ? Might help lower your morning numbers. Now that you are here check out type 2 section. Welcome to the group. Nancy

2 years ago  ::  Aug 31, 2012 - 4:14PM #2
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Hi and welcome to dlife,  as you can tell our forum is a bit slow.    You gave us good information but left out a whole lot more.   You said you were on insulin,  what kind and how much do you  take.   Did you gain any weight,    for a type 2  its all about the carbs.   Did you gain weight with the baby,   weight prevents insulin from working properly.    If you eat to many carbs the blood sugar goes up.   Yes I have been there,   insulin needs change,  are you only on a slow acting insulin.    If so that can not control bs,   again more info is needed.    What foods do you eat,   just saying healthy does not help.    It is all about balance but as it is your numbers need to come down. 

2 years ago  ::  Aug 29, 2012 - 10:44AM #1
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Hello everyone.. I figured I would try this out to get others insight on the condition that we suffer from. I was diagnosed with diabetes about 18 months ago. A few months after I was diagnosed with type 2 i got pregnant. I struggled with maintaining my blood sugars while I was pregnant. Resulting in a very large baby. In any case, I got it pretty under control towards the end of my pregnancy and the weeks folllowing. I now am about 5 months post partum and am struggling more than ever! I cant seem to get my am blood sugars under control. They are always over 200... I take my insulin and I carb count. I dont get it.. my A1C went from a 6.0 back in Feb to now an 8.5....I am struggling and am at a loss. They did a test last week in my urine and found protein in it. I guess its supposed to be under 30 ..mine was 93, my blood sugar that morning at the office was 285.. I dont know whats going on. The doc is now wanting to put me on ace inhibitors to protect my kidneys.. needless to say I am so scared.. anyone else have these issues? Thanks in advance for any responses:)
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