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Introduction - Ireland's Health Service

Diabetes is a long-term (chronic) condition caused by too much glucose, a type ofsugar, in the blood. It is also sometimes known as diabetes mellitus. Diabetes is estimated to affect about 200,000 people in Ireland. Normally, the amount of sugar in the blood is controlled by a hormone called insulin.Insulin is produced by the pancreas, a gland located behind the stomach. When food is digested and enters the bloodstream, insulin helps move any glucose out of the blood and into cells, where it is broken down to produce energy. In people with diabetes, the body is unable to break down glucose into energy. This is because there is either not enough insulin to move the glucose, or because the insulin that is there does not work properly. There are two types of diabetes:type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. This article focuses on type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes occurs when not enough insulin is produced by the body for it to function properly, or when the body's cells do not react to insulin. This is called insulin resistance. Type 2 diabetes is far more common than type 1 diabetes, which occurs when the body does not produce any insulin at all. Around 90% of all adults with diabetes h Continue reading >>

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  1. Reginabff

    Can symptoms come and go?

    If you have uncontrolled diabetes 2 caused by obesity and won't go to the doctor (not me, my friend) can you have symptoms that come but then go away without any medication or treatments? Her symptoms of neuropathy and thrush and dry itchy skin, tired, nausea, headache all seem to come and then go away and then a new symptom uccurs. I know she needs to see a dr. I'm almost positive she is diabetic I'm really just hoping something will bring her to realize she needs to see a dr before its to late. How does this disease usually progress without treatment? Nothing is ever enough to bring her to a dr. Even esophogeal thrush finally went away on its own.

  2. AnnC

    You say at the beginning that your friend has uncontrolled Type 2, then you say you're almost positive she's diabetic. Has she been diagnosed? The symptoms you mention are sometimes experienced by people with diabetes, but are not signs that she has it. Many undiagnosed diabetics have no symptoms at all and are very surprised when a standard blood test shows high blood glucose numbers.
    I appreciate your concern for your friend, but if she won't go to the doctor, there's really nothing you can do to force her.
    I see this is the third thread you have started about a friend with health problems. Is this the same friend as the one you posted about previously?

  3. furball64801

    Symptoms are just that, a meter would tell her right away but it seems her issues are deeper than that. I know you want to help your friend but if she has to help herself.

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Vanessa Rein, MD, provides an an update on clinical care of patients living with severe insulin resistance. Dr. Rein is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism within the Department of Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She practices at the UW Health Diabetes Clinic and Endocrinology Clinic, as well as the Pituitary Tumor Clinic at University Hospital. The title of her January 5, 2018 Grand Rounds talk is "Taking Back Control: Strategies for Managing the Patient with Severe Insulin Resistance." University of Wisconsin Department of Medicine Grand Rounds are presented throughout the academic year and are intended for health care professionals and medical researchers. Unless otherwise indicated, Grand Rounds occurs in the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital auditorium, Room A1028, Madison, Wisconsin. All faculty and staff are invited and encouraged to attend. For more information on the Grand Rounds lecture series, visit http://www.medicine.wisc.edu/dom/medi...

Severe Insulin Resistance In A Patient With Type 2 Diabetes

Severe insulin resistance in a patient with type 2 diabetes Severe insulin resistance in a patient with type 2 diabetes Patients with severe insulin resistance may benefit from concentrated insulin. Mrs. D, aged 58 years, has a history of uncontrolled type 2 diabetes mellitus. She visited her primary care nurse practitioner's office, reporting that her diabetes specialist had recently moved away and there is a 1-month waiting period to be seen by a different diabetes specialist. The patient is concerned about her continued elevated blood glucose level, which ranges from 200 to 400 mg/dL. She reported worsening of vision, frequent urination, and increased thirst. She denied urinary hesitancy or discomfort during urination. The patient's medical history included class III obesity , hypertension, hyperlipidemia, recurrent urinary tract infections, diabetic neuropathy, and a myocardial infarction 3 years ago. She was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes mellitus 20 years ago. The patient had been on oral hypoglycemic agents for 4 years prior to transitioning to insulin therapy. With progressive weight gain secondary to a sedentary lifestyle and poor dietary habits, she had required a steady Continue reading >>

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  1. Reginabff

    Can symptoms come and go?

    If you have uncontrolled diabetes 2 caused by obesity and won't go to the doctor (not me, my friend) can you have symptoms that come but then go away without any medication or treatments? Her symptoms of neuropathy and thrush and dry itchy skin, tired, nausea, headache all seem to come and then go away and then a new symptom uccurs. I know she needs to see a dr. I'm almost positive she is diabetic I'm really just hoping something will bring her to realize she needs to see a dr before its to late. How does this disease usually progress without treatment? Nothing is ever enough to bring her to a dr. Even esophogeal thrush finally went away on its own.

  2. AnnC

    You say at the beginning that your friend has uncontrolled Type 2, then you say you're almost positive she's diabetic. Has she been diagnosed? The symptoms you mention are sometimes experienced by people with diabetes, but are not signs that she has it. Many undiagnosed diabetics have no symptoms at all and are very surprised when a standard blood test shows high blood glucose numbers.
    I appreciate your concern for your friend, but if she won't go to the doctor, there's really nothing you can do to force her.
    I see this is the third thread you have started about a friend with health problems. Is this the same friend as the one you posted about previously?

  3. furball64801

    Symptoms are just that, a meter would tell her right away but it seems her issues are deeper than that. I know you want to help your friend but if she has to help herself.

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www.TheDiabetesDinner.com Type 2 Diabetes can begin to be reversed in as little as 1 week.

Treating Type 2 Diabetes

en espaolTratamiento de la diabetes tipo 2 After kids or teens are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes , the next step is to create a diabetes management plan to help them manage the condition and stay healthy and active. Treatment plans for type 2 diabetes are based on each child's needs and the suggestions of the diabetes health care team . The blood glucose level is the amount of glucose in the blood. Glucose is the main source of energy for the body's cells and is carried to each cell through the bloodstream. The hormone insulin allows the glucose to get into the cells. In type 2 diabetes, the body doesn't respond normally to insulin, so glucose is less able to enter the cells. This makes the blood glucose level rise. Treatment goals for kids with diabetes are to control the condition in a way that minimizes symptoms; prevents short- and long-term health problems; and helps them to have normal physical, mental, emotional, and social growth and development. To do this, parents and kids should try to keep blood sugar levels as close to normal as possible. It is also important to treat other conditions that can be associated with type 2 diabetes, like obesity, high blood pressure, or Continue reading >>

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  1. Reginabff

    Can symptoms come and go?

    If you have uncontrolled diabetes 2 caused by obesity and won't go to the doctor (not me, my friend) can you have symptoms that come but then go away without any medication or treatments? Her symptoms of neuropathy and thrush and dry itchy skin, tired, nausea, headache all seem to come and then go away and then a new symptom uccurs. I know she needs to see a dr. I'm almost positive she is diabetic I'm really just hoping something will bring her to realize she needs to see a dr before its to late. How does this disease usually progress without treatment? Nothing is ever enough to bring her to a dr. Even esophogeal thrush finally went away on its own.

  2. AnnC

    You say at the beginning that your friend has uncontrolled Type 2, then you say you're almost positive she's diabetic. Has she been diagnosed? The symptoms you mention are sometimes experienced by people with diabetes, but are not signs that she has it. Many undiagnosed diabetics have no symptoms at all and are very surprised when a standard blood test shows high blood glucose numbers.
    I appreciate your concern for your friend, but if she won't go to the doctor, there's really nothing you can do to force her.
    I see this is the third thread you have started about a friend with health problems. Is this the same friend as the one you posted about previously?

  3. furball64801

    Symptoms are just that, a meter would tell her right away but it seems her issues are deeper than that. I know you want to help your friend but if she has to help herself.

  4. -> Continue reading
read more

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