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http://goo.gl/QCJ9b0 - How to reverse diabetes! Turns out, the diabetes industry is selling us fake research! Hi! I'm robo-Suzie and today I'll talk to you about What Diabetes Symptoms Indicate Complications Are Developing. Also don't forget to check out the link below, to find out, how this guy reversed his diabetes! Turns out, the diabetes industry is selling us fake research! But back to our topic. When you have diabetes, knowing the signs of diabetes complications is crucial. The complications of diabetes vary from case to case as well as what type of diabetes you have. The following paragraphs will help you learn more about identifying diabetes complications. When it comes to Type I diabetes, the most common and dangerous complication is ketoacidosis. This condition, when left untreated, can lead to a coma or even death. Early symptoms of ketoacidosis include nausea and vomiting. The condition causes dehydration and often causes potassium levels in the blood to reach dangerous levels. Type 2 diabetes can have many complications as well. Common diabetes complications for poorly managed type 2 diabetes include blindness, kidney failure, nerve damage, heart disease, strokes, and

What Are Symptoms Of Diabetes Complications?

Complications of Diabetes can be many and while the pathophysiology is deeply satisfying to learn because it incorporates so many different aspects of pathology & physiology. I will simply just line a simple overview of some of the most common complications of Diabetes. In acute / short term complications, these two are the most prominent: In Type I DM - Ketoacidosis is a terrible complication that results from the production of ketone bodies that acidify the blood when the brain is going hungry and needs ketones to fuel it. In Type II DM, we tend to see complications of Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic Coma. In the long term or chronic long standing uncontrolled Diabetes, we can see complications such as: Blindness Kidney Diseases Nerve Damage Amputations Heart Attack / Stroke Hope that helps! Continue reading >>

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  1. mfuston39

    How much Metformin is too much? Can you overdose on Metformin?

    I am prescribed to 2.5 1000mg Metformin per day. However, that doesn't seem to be enough, because my blood sugar had been around 300 lately. I feel like I need to take 4 pills per day to keep it in check. Is that too much, and can you overdose on Metformin?

  2. AN

    Hello,
    I suggest you contact your Dr. or Pharmacist, do not self medicate as this can happen:
    What happens if I overdose?
    Seek emergency medical attention or call the Poison Help line at 1-800-222-1222. An overdose of metformin may cause lactic acidosis. Get emergency medical help if you have any of these symptoms of lactic acidosis: weakness, increasing sleepiness, slow heart rate, cold feeling, muscle pain, shortness of breath, stomach pain, feeling light-headed, and fainting.
    read more at: https://www.drugs.com/metformin.html
    Take care,
    maso.-
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  3. AN

    I totally agree with masos answer. My hubby is diabetic & was also on metforim & glyberide, but because his glucose were too high he has had his meds changed by his doctor completely. You need to see your endoctrinologist about this. Do not self medicate...

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What Is The Pathophysiological Difference Between Type 1 And Type 2 Diabetes?

Nathan Worms, bad life style does not cause Type 2 diabetes, it aggravates it. While many causal factors are suspected in Type 2 diabetes, no one knows what causes type 2 diabetes. Heredity is a factor, but people who have no family history of diabetes develop diabetes. Diabetes usually develops as you grow older. Fair, fat and 40 used to be the watch words for diabetes (admittedly a really long time ago). However, children develop type 2 diabetes. You are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes if you are overweight or obese (you have some control over that) are age 45 or older (we all age, so no control over this) have a family history of diabetes (nope, your family is yours) are African American, Alaska Native, American Indian, Asian American, Hispanic/Latino, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander (No control over this either) have high blood pressure (some control over this) have a low level of HDL (“good”) cholesterol, or a high level of triglycerides (Can be hereditary but can also be affected by diet) have a history of gestational diabetes or gave birth to a baby weighing 9 pounds or more (not a lot of control over this) are not physically active (totally under your contro Continue reading >>

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  1. Dan360

    The good, the bad and the ugly of metformin

    I have been taking metformin sense the day I was first diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. As you probably know, it is the first-line drug of choice for the treatment of type 2 diabetes and I doubt that there are many of you that do not take metformin. Metformin works by suppressing glucose production by the liver. Evidence suggests metformin may prevent the cardiovascular and possibly the cancer complications of diabetes. It helps reduce LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels and is not associated with weight gain; in some people, it promotes weight loss. Metformin is one of only two oral antidiabetics in the World Health Organization Model List of Essential Medicines.
    One of my first experiences with diabetes was finding that when I worked out my glucose level would actually increase. That was very frustrating sense I was working out to lower levels of glucose. When I told my doctor she put me on a heavier dose of metformin, 1000 mg twice a day. As with most drugs the treatment of one problem often causes another. There is a whole list of side effects associated with metformin: abdominal or stomach discomfort, cough or hoarseness, decreased appetite, diarrhea, fast or shallow breathing, fever or chills, general feeling of discomfort, lower back or side pain, muscle pain or cramping and painful or difficult urination. Other problems metformin may cause which will usually diminish over time is: Acid or sour stomach, belching, bloated, excess air or gas in the stomach or intestines, full feeling, heartburn, indigestion, loss of appetite, metallic taste in the mouth, passing of gas, stomachache, stomach upset or pain and vomiting. I hope this isn’t too much information!
    My latest experience with metformin was excess air or gas in the stomach. I experienced what seem to be a swelling in my throat followed by belching or burping. I cut my dose of metformin in half and the problem went away. Have any of you experienced discomforts with metformin?

  2. govna

    Let me tell you about my awful 3 year journey with metformin! I dealt with all the horrible side affects for a few years Mostly massive pain and intestinal bloating all that goes with it to the point of doctors taking out my gall bladder then on to a colonoscopy and endoscopy and then on to a stress test! All was "just fine" Finally doc said take me off the metformin since a small percentage of people cannot tolerate metformin. Well low and behold I was one of them! After about two weeks most all of the hellish discomfort disappeared! I now take 50 units of toujeo every morning feel great and found a new lease on life energy wise! I am back baby!!!! It is just a shame looking back on how long I suffered needlessly. Not to mention the metformin wasn't even bringing my sugar down anyhow. All it did was make me extremely sick!!!

  3. Scared ****less

    join the club Metformin was a nightmare too the stomach pain was terrible but lucky my dr took me them a week later

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What Can I Do To Maintain My Blood Glucose And Prevent It From Increasing From The Normal Range?

According to our present day knowledge, having type 2 diabetes you need both metformin, dosed as high as you can tolerate (up to three times 1,000 mgr during meals, limited by diarrhea and abdominal cramps as a side effect), and insuline as much as needed to have your diabetes well controlled. At present metformin by lowering one's insulin resistance is the only antidiabetic med that helps you prevent having a myocardial infarction (heart attack): Metformin From Arquivos Brasileiros de Endocrinologia & Metabologia From Targeting the Underlying Pathophysiology of Type 2 Diabetes So stopping metformin certainly wasn't such a good move, metformine by lowering insulin resistance can have your diabetes better regulated on the same amount or less insulin. You evidently haven't had any education on this, look around if there is a diabetes association who can help you with that, and teach you how to best deal with your diabetes. You'll also need a doctor well versed in dealing with diabetes, which is more than just blood sugar control, but needs controlling blood pressure (to avoid strokes, end stage kidney disease and such catastrophic events) and serum lipids (to prevent heart attacks) t Continue reading >>

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  1. 4peace

    How often do you calibrate your BG meter?

    Wondering how often everyone calibrates their BG meters.
    Our son (9 yo; dx'd May '09) uses a One Touch Ultra 2 as his primary meter. We've calibrated it a few times, but not on any regular basis.
    Should we be calibrating daily? weekly? monthly? every time we start a new tube of test strips? every time we refill the test strip prescription?
    I did a quick search through the discussion boards here at DD and didn't see any specific threads on this subject.
    Looking for any advice in this regard. Thanks in advance!

  2. jwags

    I guess I'm bad, I've never done it. My results always seem in the right range. I'm just too cheap to waste strips to use the control solution. I have to pay for all my strips and they add up.

  3. kickboxinggranny

    I calibrate mine each time I open a new packet of strips. The first strip is always a test strip to see the range. Other than that I don't do it. I have several meters and do it with each one.
    Jenni

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