How Many Stages Of Diabetes Are There

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What's Up Heathens! Today we are discussing a video where they say God fixed Kyle and God still loves Kyle even though God gave Kyle diabetes. So we are taking a quick look at this video today where this Christian life channel horribly explains diabetes. They claim diabetes is when you have too much sugar in your bloodstream. Diabetes is when your pancreas produces little or no insulin. It can also happen if you are insulin resistant. This causes more glucose in your bloodstream and several other health issues. It also doesn't mean you "get sick" when your glucose is high nor does it mean that a diabetic with a normal glucose reading is no longer a diabetic. It's a lifelong disease with no cure. After their horrible explanation of the disease, they talk about God. How god still loves him even though he has this disease. You should totally question whether God actually loves you or not. In their dogma, God would be the one to give him the disease. Subscribe to this channel https://goo.gl/2oZaqY Become a Patron http://goo.gl/VRVjxK Donate to Engineers without Borders https://goo.gl/qcqhzo Original Video https://goo.gl/4SHxSr Intro by "Gonna Go For it" https://goo.gl/1Ay1Q3 Follow me on Twitter https://goo.gl/BbxhWL LIKE on Facebook https://goo.gl/3xEibn

How Many Forms Of Diabetes Exist

It's a pathology due to the alteration of carbohydrate metabolism. The pancreas, then, loses its ability to produce insulin, a protein hormone produced by beta cells and gradually decreases the amount until they completely stop to do it. Cells absorb sugar by this hormone and without it, the sugar isnt absorbed and they remain in the blood causing a rise in blood glucose. There are too many types of diabetes that, even if it comes in a different way, the result is always the loss of the ability to produce insulin. The two principal types of diabetes are "diabetes of first type or youthful and diabetes of second type or adult. Other forms of diabetes are gestational diabetes that can occur temporarily in pregnant woman, diabetes MODY (Maturity Onset Diabetes of the Young) and diabetes LADA (Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults) Diabetes type 1 or insulin dependent diabetes may develop due to disease of the pancreas, infectious or traumatic events like car accidents or surgery, but more often it becomes the first type of diabetes without being affected by such events. The disease usually affects children in childhood or adolescence, but there are cases of adults who develop this for Continue reading >>

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  1. jenrobsdad

    How long should sugar levels stay spiked after a meal

    I am taking 3 meds along with a shot of Beyetta just before meals. My fasting levels are around 105 and can spike to 170. How long after eating should I see the levels go down to the fasting range?

  2. hannahtan

    normally for it to go down to fasting range...probably is about 4 hours...i think...

  3. hhinma

    It depends very much on what you eat. Also, one of the effects of Byetta is to slow down digestion, so that will also have an effect.
    If you eat a meal that is relatively high in fat and carbs - the classic "pizza effect" problem, it can take a very long time for things to come down again. In many peoples case such a meal will actually produce the peak at about 3-4 hours, rather than the 90 minutes - 2 hours for a peak, which is more ususal.

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Access the mini course here: http://defeatkidneydisease.com/FreeMi... Hi, my name is David. A friend of mine was diagnosed with Stage 3 Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) recently. He was shocked - he had not felt that bad and was there for a routine check-up. He was told that there were 5 CKD stages and that all he could do is try and slow the descent down to Stage 5 - Kidney failure. I am guessing if you are watching this video then you or a loved one has had a similar experience. My personal experience with Western medicine is that it can be very useful, life saving for many. But it can take a rather narrow view to what is possible. So for my friends sake, I went out to find the truth for myself. I learned about the CKD stages which I tell you about in the video. But in the course of my searches I came across Duncan, a second generation naturopath who was leading the world in the natural healing of kidneys. He has many patients who have reversed their Kidney disease, moving from Stage 3 to Stage 2 as an example. Knowing how severe the lower CKD stages are I asked Duncan if he would put together a course I could provide people like you and me who are looking to heal kidney disease. He agreed, and you can access that course via http://defeatkidneydisease.com/FreeMi... Feel free to subscribe to this channel as well as I will be aiming to post small videos from time to time on various topics relating to kidney disease.

5 Stages Of Diabetes Acceptance

Home Health and Wellness 5 Stages of Diabetes Acceptance Posted by Naomi Ruperto On January 20, 2015 In Health and Wellness TuDiabetes blogger , Rick Phillips, has lived with type 1 diabetes for more than 40 years, and grew up with a mother and aunt with type 1 diabetes. In this time, hes come to understand that diabetes is as much an emotional journey as a physical one. The emotional journey is often a twisted road with many detours. Rick believes it is one all people with diabetes must undertake in order to maximize life with diabetes. It is generally agreed that there are five stages of grief. Readers might ask how being diagnosed with diabetes equates to grief. Grief occurs anytime we experience loss. Diabetes fits that description very well, because when diagnosed, one often feels a loss of independence or the opportunity to live life on ones own terms. I know, of course, this is not the case, but for a newly diagnosed person with diabetes, they are often overwhelmed with thoughts of all they have lost. Those feelings of loss often initiate the process of grieving, either for the person with diabetes, the family, or both. The first stage of grief that most experience is denia Continue reading >>

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  1. sweetpeaxo

    I found out last week that I have GD anyways, if diet is strictly controlled and my blood sugar stays within normal limits, will I still have a big baby? I had a growth scan at 30 weeks and he was measuring just fine (3 lb 6 oz) and they said my fluid was normal. If he happened to get big, can I ask to be induced early?

  2. HellBunny

    I'm sure he won't be too big hun, with my first i had GD diagnosed at 34 weeks (actually had it since 19 weeks but my result got mixed) during this time (until 34 weeks) i ate loads of sugary stuff and drank lucozade every day, i dread to think what my levels were like, after changing my diet at 34 weeks, i was induced at 39 weeks and he was 8lb 6oz which is quite small for a GD baby! Just try and remember some ladies give birth to 9 and 10lb babies without GD, so GD doesn't always determine the size.
    Chances are with you having GD you will be induced around 39 weeks anyway, most people are induced before their due date as a safety precaution (placenta isn't as valuable after 40 weeks in diabetes)
    I've got GD again this time so will be induced at 38 weeks as i'm on insulin now xx

  3. madmae

    With my ds1 they suspect I had undiagnosed GD and he was born naturally at 39 weeks at 9lb8. DS2 was induced at 38 weeks after being diagnosed with GD at 28 weeks and he was 7lb9, insulin controlled. This one I will also be induced at 38 weeks after I was diagnosed at 16 weeks again I am on insulin.
    I was told with DS2 if I could control by diet alone I would be induced at 39 weeks....but this is in the UK and I don't know how it works where you are.

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Stages of labor nursing OB review for nursing students who are studying for the NCLEX exam and maternity nursing lecture exams. This lecture explains the various stages of labour. There are four stages of labor and they include Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3, and Stage 4. In nursing school, you must know that the Stage 1 of Labor has three phases. These phases are the Latent (early labor), Active, and Transition phases. Stage 1 of labor will be where the cervix will dilate (open) from 0 to 10 cm and will have hundred percent effacement (thinning). During the Latent phase of Stage 1, the cervix will dilate 1-4 cm, contractions will occur every 5 to 30 minutes and be 30-45 seconds in length. During the active phase of stage 1, the cervix will dilate to 4 to 7 cm and thin (dilation will be 1 cm per hour), and contractions will be noticeably stronger and longer (45 to 60 seconds) every 3 to 5 minutes. The next phase, which is the transition phase, will be the shortest but most intense in regards to the strength and duration of contractions. During the transition phase, the cervix dilates from 8 to 10 cm and thins completely. This phase will lead to Stage 2 of Labor. Stage 2 of labor begins when the cervix has fully dilated and ends when the baby is fully delivered. Stage 3 of labor begins when the baby is fully delivered and ends when the placenta is delivered. Stage 4 of Labor is the first 1-4 hours after the delivery of the placenta and is the time when the mother is at most risk for hemorrhage, infection, and other problems. Stages of Labor Quiz: http://www.registerednursern.com/stag... Lecture Notes: http://www.registerednursern.com/stag... More Maternity NCLEX Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Nursing School Supplies: http://www.registerednursern.com/the-... Nursing Job Search: http://www.registerednursern.com/nurs... Visit our website RegisteredNurseRN.com for free quizzes, nursing care plans, salary information, job search, and much more: http://www.registerednursern.com Check out other Videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/Register... All of our videos in a playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAhHx... Popular Playlists: NCLEX Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Fluid & Electrolytes: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Nursing Skills: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Nursing School Study Tips: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Nursing School Tips & Questions" https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Teaching Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Types of Nursing Specialties: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Healthcare Salary Information: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... New Nurse Tips: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Nursing Career Help: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... EKG Teaching Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Personality Types: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Dosage & Calculations for Nurses: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Diabetes Health Managment: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...

The 5 Stages Of Diabetes Acceptance

Judith Grout, right, and her husband, Daniel W. Grout, traveled through several stages in their diabetes journey. When my husband returned from his semiannual physical, he marched into our kitchen and slammed down papers on the countertop, proclaiming, My doctor tells me I have diabetes. He pulled out a kitchen chair, scraping the feet along my freshly polished floor, slid onto the padded seat, and propped his fist under his chin. The year was 2007. We were both in our mid-60s, enjoying the newfound freedom that came with retirement. During my career as a clinical laboratory professional, Id done it all: hematology, chemistry, and immunologyto name a few of the specialty areas that encompass laboratory analysis of human body fluids. Id just retired from managing a busy clinical laboratory in a bustling hospital environment in Sun City, Ariz. My husband of 40-plus years was winding down his computer consulting career, anxious to join me in exploring new vistas: traveling, gardening, and enduring the challenges of playing more golf. I picked up the pages of his latest blood work results scattered on the counter. Sure enough. There were his elevated fasting blood glucose and A1C test Continue reading >>

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  1. verniebird

    I have been on Metformin for 5 days and am developing very blurry vision. I can see far away, it is close that I have a problem with. I had laser correction surgery 1.5 yrs ago and had perfect vision. Even when diagnosed a week ago with a BS of 330, I had absolutely no vision problems. Does anyone have any input on this? The blurry vision started 2 days after starting the med

  2. bleonard

    I'm no expert....only diabetic....but, when I was diagnosed, I went through 4 pair of glasses within about 4 months. It sounds like the metformin has helped to lower your blod sugar quite a bit.....That will affect your eyes. As your blod sugars change so do your eyes. Wait until they are stable for a while and then get your eyes checked. It took a while (and switching off glasses from the drugstore for distance AND close up) before I was stable enough to get glasses that worked. Good luck....
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  3. ohsosweet630

    I would call the pharmacist where you got your Metformin and ask him what the side effects are. Could be that your sugars are elevated and that can cause blurry vision. Give the med about a month to see any kind of results. Your body has to get used to it before it can do the job effectively. This is how I understand it.

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