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I had quadruple by pass surgery in April and ever since my bsl readings have been excellent. I still walk daily but I haven't done any thing different
I have DPN and am experiencing the closing of esophageal tract when I am eating in the late afternoon. I was wanting to know what to do. Can you help?
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I just read the article on the lowest carb veggies and my favorite wasn't on the list. I am wondering if green chile peppers were even in the study?
I have DPN and have struggled with bad feet. I recently used a different pair of walking shoes. The shoes hurt my right foot and it is now swollen.
The physiology of stress (ie fight-flight adrenal/liver responses) some claim makes their BG plummet?! Need expert opinion. Cannot be... can it?
What are long-term effects of an episode of an extremely elevated blood sugar lasting a few hours, specifically one that registers over 500? I understand there is the possibility of ketoacidosis when the episode happens, but are there any dangerous after-effects to be aware of? Thanks in advance for your response.
Category: Type 1
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