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Gutsy Badger Publishing Conquer Type 2 Diabetes with a Ketogenic Diet A Practical Guide for Reducing Your Hba1c and Avoiding Diabetic Complications - A Which list would you like to add your item to? Title : Conquer Type 2 Diabetes with a Ketogenic Diet: A Practical Guide for Reducing Your Hba1c and Avoiding Diabetic Complications Title : Conquer Type 2 Diabetes with a Ketogenic Diet: A Practical Guide for Reducing Your Hba1c and Avoiding Diabetic Complications Would you like to provide feedback on the Product Information displayed ? Please rate on thoroughness of product description * - required Please rate on ability to see the desired views of the product and clarity of images * - required Please rate on ability to review product specifications/measurements * - required Conquer Type 2 Diabetes with a Ketogenic Diet: A Practical Guide for Reducing Your Hba1c and Avoiding Diabetic Complications Our members need you...Be the first to review this product. Write a Review It looks like there aren't any questions yet... Be the first to ask a question about this product. Email me when someone answers this question. Thank you, your question will be posted shortly. You will recieve an ema Continue reading >>

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  1. pctm

    metformin during night?

    i'm currently having to take metformin
    1000mg twice a day with meals
    i'm having reasonable control except overnight
    when I have to urinate hourly
    I was wondering if it was safe to take 500 mg
    somewhere in the night and see if I don't have to
    urinate so much
    if the dose will lower my levels any
    has anyone tried this?

  2. VeeJay

    No one has answered yet so I'll give it a try.
    Metformin, no matter when it's taken, is only built up in the bloodstream. It does not have immediate effect on BG like other drugs or insulin. It doesn't work that way. It works in the liver to reduce the amount of glycogen it stores, thereby, reducing the amount of glucose it is able to secrete back into the blood stream at a later time.
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    'm having reasonable control except overnight
    when I have to urinate hourly
    I was wondering if it was safe to take 500 mg
    somewhere in the night and see if I don't have to
    urinate so much You mention urinating at night. Is this because your blood sugar is high - say, above 200 most of the time? Well, this would cause urinating. But metformin would have absolutely no effect on this issue because, as I wrote above, it does not work like insulin to immediately (or even in an hour or two) lower blood sugar. If you BG is high, then your first priority is to get it lowered to below 140. The frequent urination will subside.
    To address your statement of not have as good control overnight. As far as blood sugar levels go, it is natural for your BG to rise in the early hours of the morning. It is the way your body goes about waking you up. And it is the liver that provides the glucose to raise your BG. This is called dawn phenomenon (DP). Since we diabetics don't have an accompanying insulin response, BG continues to rise.
    Metformin does help with DP. But if you are having high morning numbers, then it may be because you ate too many carbs the evening before.
    DP is discussed at length on this forum. If you do a search for "dawn phenomenon" you'll find many recent and past threads on this subject.

  3. David Burke

    Sorry, I don't take met so I can't answer questions that specific.
    Sent from my iPhone

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  1. piratejenny

    ...or other treatment for diabetes?
    Just got some lab tests back today, and have not been officially diagnosed with anything at this point (seeing another doctor on May 31st)...
    Fasting (over 12 hours) blood sugar was 137
    A1c was 6.2
    I have been low-carbing since late September with a little weight loss (8lbs in 3 months) that I regained when I lost my job in January.
    Just wondering if anyone who has had trouble losing weight before being diagnosed as diabetic had a less frustrating experience after starting treatment?
    Now while I would not be "glad" to get this diagnosis, I would be relieved/hopeful if getting treated might lead to an improvement in my weight & health.
    Thanks!

  2. SherriS.

    My Mom has lost 43 pounds since going on Metformin in January. She didn't low carb - just watched what she ate. I even jokingly asked her doc if I could take it to lose weight Now she's off that med and several others but has to watch her carb intake and her blood sugar levels.

  3. DrD

    I've lost now 52 pounds since January through a combination of low-carb diet (less than 30 carbs) and 1000 MG of Metformin.

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  1. erinjane2378

    Best way to lose weight as a T1?

    Hi everyone,
    Wondering if anyone can give me any advice on the best way to lose weight as a T1? I gained almost 10 pounds after going on insulin recently and am having a really difficult time getting it off. I walk about 5 miles a day / 5x a week and lift weights 3x/wk, so I don't think exercise is the problem. I've been told that it is difficult for T1 diabetics to lose weight, but would like to hear your thoughts and experiences.
    Thanks!
    erin

  2. l0vaduck

    After years of struggling, over the past 16 months I've lost just over 5 stone (70lbs).
    The only way that's worked for me was to cut down severely on carbs which meant I could reduce my insulin doses.
    Obviously I also eat fairly healthily anyway, but I don't avoid fats - as a vegetarian I eat quite a lot of nuts and some full fat cheese.
    I set a target of how much insulin per meal, and kept my carbs within that limit. Eventually I found that I was able to reduce my background insulin as well. Steadily as the weight came off my ratios also went down (I must have been very insulin resistant).
    16 months ago I was on about 24 units of long acting insulin, and a total of at least 60 units of fast acting per day. Nowadays I take 8 units of long acting, and totals of between 24 and 30 of fast acting - but I vary this much more than I used to because I don't automatically eat lots of carbs with each meal, which I used to think was essential. Even though the carbs I was eating before were healthy: wholemeal - I was eating far too much of them.

  3. Tiger Lily

    i agree with lovaduck....... reduce the carbs and reduce the insulin....... keep the bg in a good range
    this will also impact your basal insulin when you lose weight, so that needs to be adjusted too
    i have 70 lbs to lose :-(
    sigh

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