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 What are diabetes symptoms?

 biochemical failure??????????????
what is a biochemical ...

 What happens if a cats diabetes isnt treated by insulin?
my cat just got diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and they told us to give him insulin and also gave us special DM food for the cat. we havent actually gotta any insulin yet and my mom is debating ...

 Triglycerides and carbs?
My doctor recently told me my triglycerides are very high and I need to watch my carb intake. When I had asked how many per day I should take in he wouldn't tell me, he said I would drive myself ...

 Is it possible that i am a Diabetic?
This is whats going on i have been having tingling and numbness's in my toes and knee and muscle pain in my right calf for a couple of months. My Doctor sent me to have an EMG study done ...

 why has it taken so long to explain the blood vessel diabetic damage mechanism?
in today's Daily Mail they said that sugar produced nitrous oxide and that it then roughens the wall of the artery - plaque then sticks to it and starts to narrow the blood flow.
Why have I ...

 i had glaucoma since 5 months?
i had glaucoma and i make laser operation and now i take 2 kinds of drop
is the sun in summer make problem for the eye the temp. around or more 120...

 I think I have diabetes?
I am always, always thirsty, and I pee a lot. It's really embarrassing. I'm afraid to talk to my mom about it, because I was supposed to lose weight so that this wouldn't happen. My ...

 what happens if you do surgrey and you have diabites?
My dad is doing surgrey and it's in his hernia bellybotton area he has diabites and highblood pressure his surgrey is in 6 days :( & Im really scared,What are the risks at the srugrey & ...

 when a person binges does all the calories come up when they purge?
say you eat donuts with sugar or french toast with syrup. are you purging all that up or is the suger from the donuts and the syrup staying in you ?...

 blood type?
can a O-blood type and O+ blood type as parents have an A+ blood type baby? please ...

 What constitutes a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes?
I have a friend that brought up an interesting question...On a routine examine, her doctor did a HbA1c test that came back as 5.7% but her FSB (fasting blood sugar test) came back as 133, should a ...

 What are the problems arised due to diabetes?
What are the problems arised due to diabetes??
if a women has diabetes what will happen????????
what are the symptoms??? and consequences of diabets???????
what are the internal and ...

 what physician treats diabetics?

 Can Muscular fasciculations be caused by having high glucose in a diabetic person?
my boy is 13 years old, his reading were coming high and trembling were coming out of nowhere so his doctor advised to have metformin removed, , so his glucose readings were even harder to control, ...

He did not examine my thyroid or even ask me how I was feeling..I asked his assistant and he said that his wife had breast cancer and he did it because he cared????? It wasn't a natural exam he ...

 Why am I going to the bathroom so much?
I'm a 24-year-old male and in February I was diagnosed with prostatitis. I got over it and thought I was fine. In May, I started feeling like I had to go to the bathroom, etc. I went to the ...

 How would i write with my blood?
the problem isnt getting the blood, i cant think of a way to make it neat, ive seen special pens and everything, but is there a simple way with using stuff from home?
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 What is Cortisol's receptor and where is it located?

 i have only one symptom of diabetes that cant be explained any other way, do i have it 0_0?
ok i have a teensy weensy weight problem (5'2 and 75 kg 17 yr old female). my urine smells sweet and is the only sign of diabetes I have. do i have it?...

Help please... what food can and can't eat someone that has diabetic""?
and also...can u tell me the difference between diabetic #1 and #2???
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please i really need to know whats good and whats not good for his health.someone help me.
thank you

My mom also suffer in this disease my friend suggest this link maybe this link help for uhttp://www.anatomycure.com/

I help would help you - but there is a quantity of useful and free stuff on
Internet - under Diabetes Diet

Planck Epoch
Diabetes 1 is "juvenile diabetes" It is an insulin insufficiency in the body and usually surfaces in childhood. Type 2 diabetes surfaces later in adulthood and is due to a poor diet or disease and it is insulin resistance. Your doctor should tell you what you can and can't eat. MOstly it is sugar you have to stay away from. I think Splenda (artificial sweetener) is okay.

totally n
-fresh fruits and vegetables

-Rice it's really bad for diabetic person
coz rice contains a lot amount of sugar
-sweets of course like chocolates

anything with too much starch and sugar is bad for diabetes.

here are a couple of links:


avoid candy, white bread, pastries, etc.
try to increase fiber.

Gary B
Type 1 Diabetes is caused by the failure of an internal organ -- the pancreas. it USUALLY happens before age 25, but anyone of any age can get Type 1 Diabetes.

Type 2 Diabetes is caused by being overweight. The pancreas does not completely fail, and may in fact be producing the proper amount of insulin but the body can't use it.

type 2 Diabetes is usually found in adults over the age of 25, but even children as young as 9 years old can get diabetes if they are overweight.

Diabetics of ALL types cannot eat sugar (colas, candy, canned fruit juices, sports drinks, energy drinks, candy, cookies, cakes, pies, puddings, syrups, etc)! Since their body is not working right, the sugar does NOT go into the cells, and instead builds up in the blood. This causes much damage to EVERYTHING in the body -- brain, eyes, nerves, heart, lung, liver, kidneys, reproductive organs, even fingers and toes.

If a diabetic patient eats sugar, there is a chance that they will go into a Diabetic Coma. this CAN be fatal.

A diabetic must also eat LESS starches (carbohydrates) like bread, crackers, pasta, cereals, rice, corn, and potatoes. The diabetic needs to eat more fibers (salads, cheerios, whole grain bread, etc), and more protein, especially fish and chicken.

you CANNOT diagnose diabetes from symptoms, nor can you tell if it is Type 1 or Type 2. You MUST have blood tests from the doctor to diagnose diabetes, and to tell which kind it is.

Type 1 Diabetes REQUIRESD insulin shots to stay alive. there is NO other course of action.

Type2 Diabetes can often be controlled by eating a better diet, getting more exercise, and controlling the weight. oral medications will help IF the patient follows their diet plan. if the patiens is "non-compliant" (meaning that they will not follow doctors orders) then this patient must ALSO have insulins hots.

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