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Reports presented on this page include those required by state legislation. Special studies related to diabetes in the state may be described here as well. Click on "Diabetes Data" in the navigation bar for state diabetes surveillance reports. Assessment of Programs to Prevent and Treat Diabetes Chapter 103, Texas Health and Safety Code, requires the Texas Diabetes Council (TDC), in conjunction with developing each state plan to prevent and control diabetes, to conduct a statewide assessment of existing programs for the prevention and treatment of individuals with diabetes that are administered by the Health and Human Services Commission or a health and human services agency, as defined by §531.001, Government Code. The Executive Summaryis the TDC strategic plan. » November 2017 reports: » State Plan Archives » Diabetes Mellitus / Hemoglobin A1c Registry Program (PDF 208kb) A biennial report, to be submitted no later than December 1 of each even-numbered year, concerning the effectiveness and number of public health districts participating in the statewide voluntary diabetes mellitus registry. Employees Retirement System of Texas (ERS) » Offering a Type 2 Diabetes Prevention P Continue reading >>

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  1. val armstrong

    Hi can anyone help me please? I've decided to come off metformin for a while, I want to see if I can manage my diet more on my own, as soon as I was diagnosed I was put onto metformin however I would like to know if there would be any side affects. I stopped taking it aprox 1wk ago.

  2. AlisonM

    You really shouldn't do this without the support of your doctor. I would strongly suggest you talk to your GP or DSN about this as soon as possible. If your HbA results have come down then they may well let you try it. However, if it's because the metformin isn't working for you or is producing nasty side effects, there are alternatives you could try. Either way, you really need to talk to them as soon as you can.
    As for the side effects, I only had them when I was on the stuff but they went away when I was taken off it again.

  3. pav

    I would agree Alison, coming off metformin without good advice is not a good move, with out discussing it with a doctor or DN.
    They may well let you do it, when my meds were changed, I had a HbA1c test (already done) other wise would of done another one due to problems. Then after a while had another test to see what effect the med change had done to the HbA1c levels.

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