How Long Can You Go Without Insulin Type 2

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How Long Without Insulin

Diabetes Forum The Global Diabetes Community Find support, ask questions and share your experiences. Join the community So if someone had type 1 with no beta cell function, I'm guessing this dka thing would come into play and kill you pretty quickly???? How long do you think ,like if you couldn't take insulin for some reason. I'm type one and in the past I've for silly reasons not taken any insulin for over a few weeks. This did cause hyperglycaemia and you get very weak and feel like logs are your legs. Interestingly tho no ketones atall. So does this mean that maybe your not a type 1 I ask because everyone on here does say a lot about this dka an even when someone's only missed a dose of insulin like over like four hours. Maybe the lada is more suited to myself fo you think? Should I get a gad test redone and a c-peptide too? Hi can't really answer this what good reason did you have for not taken your insulin for a number of weeks as a type one or two your risking your health by not taking medication if i accidentally miss a dose my sugar levels go right up and my meter flashes saying i have ketones so i suspect if i didn't take any i would be in hospital or worse hope this help Continue reading >>

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  1. Melissa n ms

    i am looking to find out how long it will take for type 2 diabetes to kill you. Or rather you suffer complications that could kill you. How high must your sugars be and for how long before it can happen?

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    Melissa n ms:
    i am looking to find out how long it will take for type 2 diabetes to kill you. Or rather you suffer complications that could kill you. How high must your sugars be and for how long before it can happen?
    G'day Melissa.
    Sorry, we cannot answer any of those questions. The answers are completely different for each individual and mostly unknown even if you know all the details about a person's diabetes problems.
    Why do you ask? Do you have diabetes yourself or are you asking on behalf of another person?

  3. Melissa n ms

    I am asking on behalf of myself. I was diagnosed about 4 years ago. My current A1C is about 9.5. I have begun to spill glucose and protein in my urine. Just curious how long this will take.
    Thank you anyway

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How Long Without Insulin? A Few Questions

Diabetes Forum The Global Diabetes Community Find support, ask questions and share your experiences. Join the community How long without insulin? A few questions I was diagnosed with diabetes in mid-June ( Hb1ac of 84) 2016 and then returned anti-GAD antibody test in August with levels suggesting T1. My Hb1ac in September 2016 was 31 and in January 2017 32. I eat low carb and I currently take 2 times 500mg metformin. 1) how long was it until you used insulin from diagnosis? 2) was your progression slow or dramatic? 3) if slow progression what criteria did your doctor or specialist use to decide you needed insulin? Edited to add: this is for people diagnosed as adults. As a T1 diagnosed as a kid in the mid 1970s I fell ill pretty quick, lost a shed load of weight (I wasn't big to start with.) & was DKA the time I was admitted to hospital. To be fair, my carb consumption is low. (Compared to what is a "moderate" intake.) But as a T1, even if I lived on chicken, Bacon & water? Insulin is still paramount for BS managment.... I received my diagnosis at 8.35am from the surgery, I was on insulin by 11.10am the same day - so pretty quick for me. However, I did have the highest HbA1c they' Continue reading >>

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    Life without insulin? Is it possible?

    I am a type 1 diabetic. If I only ate low carb foods that do not raise my sugar could I stop taking insulin? Tomatoes, peppers, carrots, green beans, lettuce, cabbage and other foods do not raise my sugar so if I stayed on a diest of these foods and other foods that contain little or no carbs could I live without insulin?

  2. DiabeticMomMrsD

    My son was diagnosed on May 30th,
    DKA lost 27 pounds in three weeks.
    Now he has been off insulin for three weeks and he has blood sugars that is perfect and his c-peptide is 5.0 (perfect and optimal). So it is possible to doing this great the honeymoon or is he an living example of being without insulin.
    We are Paleo and workout 1 hr a day Monday thru Friday with three days killing it. He has about 60-100
    carbs a day. Just good carbs vegetables, bananas, apples.

  3. Sweetvet

    I'm a type 1 and have been for over 43 years with no complications. I'm asking myself the same question as you, so I'm about to test myself with the following:
    Continue injecting lower amounts of my long acting insulin (NPH) twice a day, but lowering it gradually.
    Continue lifting weights and combining distance running and high intensity workouts. I've been doing this for 40+ years and I'm convinced that the "doses" of adrenaline and endorphins have a beneficial effect.
    Test my bgls 12-18 times a day (I use the Libre glucose monitor which makes this frequency very easy). Inject small top-ups of fast acting Humalog, if needed.
    Eat a diet of lean meat, fruit and vegetables, avoiding high carb intake.
    Has anyone tried this already, as a means to avoid hypos?

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How Long Could We Last Without Insulin?

Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please,join our community todayto contribute and support the site. This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies. I as thinking, dangerous for me know lol, How long could we stay alive if all insulin ran out, due to war or a disaster? Please let me know your views on this. Thanks. Historically speaking, patients were placed on low cal diets, iv saline, and some lasted 1-2 years, those were new diabetics. They would all die from shock, dehydration, DKA, or when body weight dropped by 60 %. This was 1870-1920 before the discovery of insulin. Depressing question but with pre-existing Diabetes, I'd say not long, one to two weeks with no IV fluid in a so called disaster scenario. I wonder about that too sometimes. When I had better insurance I used to try to save aside some of my supplies each time I ordered, and I actually had some stores of strips and some syringes and insulin....but insurance and prescriptions changed, and now I have to be careful to have enough of everything to last. I hope I'm never in that situation, because I'm afraid Trev is probably right. Good question, I guess we do not think about it enough. Continue reading >>

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    how long can someone with type 2 diabetes survive without insulin or medication?
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