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 i'm nineteen in a seeing a 42yo?
Someone give me some advice ...


 how do you get diabetes?
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 what is a 29 blood glucose reading mean?
what does a blood glucose reading of 29 indicate?...


 My boyfriends blood sugar is always all over the place :( ?
My boyfriend had type 1 diabetes. His blood sugar is all over the place and his doctor's have no clue why. They apparently always say whatever just keep on doing what you are doing. He always ...


 What happens to a person with type 1 diabetes that does not care for themselves?
What happens to a person with type 1 diabetes that does not care for themselves?? HELP !!...


 Stinky co-worker with Diabetes!!!?
He smells like a pig's butt. It's really bad. I work in the office and he works in the warehouse. When he comes in the office the smell fills the room. It's not funk from sweating. ...


 Is peanut butter good for diabetes 2 person to have ?
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 Do I have diabetes, type 1?
- feel tired all the time
- once in a while feel like I am going to pass out
- have raynauds in my toes
- increase in appetite, but not substantial
- I just don't feel right<...


 Renal failure?
Person who have diabetes that suffer from Renal failure does that mean they let their diabetes get out of control. What about a person who keeps their numbers between 100 and 130 all the time will ...


 Newly diagnosed diabetic- just done a blood sugar home test- is a result of 16 dangerous?
My mother has been diagnosed as diabetic, aged 83. The GP told her to reduce her intake of sugar and fats etc and test her blood sugars weekly at home. I've just tried her with a test kit, and ...


 What should I do?!? Important!?
Me and like all of my friends, including a few with diabetes, think I could be diabetic.
For the last couple of weeks, I have been hungrier, but in the last few days it really escalated.
N...


 If one's blood sugar is in the diabetic range only once, are they considered to have a "history of diabetes?"
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 Is there a 'clumsy' gene, and is it inherited?
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 How do you cure diabetes?
What is the cure for diabetes?...


 I want to donate blood, But I am scared from needles?
I understand the great idea of giving blood of how It can save someone's life. However, I am really scared from needles. What do you think, is there any ideas that can help to overcome that ...


 how bad is low blood sugar?
how low is low blood sugar? i herd you can go into a comma if you have to low blood sugar, so how low does it have to be to go into a comma? i believe i have hypoglycemia and i check my sugar when ...


 My parentals think I'm diabetic, is there any way to test at home?
Or do I have to go to a doctor. Which I don't want to do....


 opinion on stem cell research?
what is it?...


 type 1 diabetes? please read this i think i have type 1 diabetes and i'm really scared!!?
okay well nick jonas has type one diabetes and i looked it up t see what some symptos are, and im scared, cuz latley ive been having all the symptoms listed on

http://www.lifeclinic.com/...


 Do i really need insulin if my blood sugar ranges between 87-114 during gestational diabetes?
i was recently diagnosed with gestational diabetes. i went to the nutrional class and was told that my blood sugar be between 60-90 before breakfast and 60-120 after 2 hrs each meal. i went to see my ...



hope
How low does ones blood sugar have to be before going into a diabetic coma/insulin shock?
                      









Horse Prints and Hoof Beats
I believe under 20 but i am not sure


nanasixboys
Everyone is a little different. Make sure you keep written track of these things so it will easier to keep your doctor informed. Shock and coma are serious issues and are not to be taken lightly, or as a way to get high.


Noccie
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Pretty darn low. Many diabetic people, especially those with frequent lows and hypoglycemia unawareness, can function normally with very low sugar levels. A person who does not have diabetes could go into insulin shock quickly with a dose of insulin. This was actually a medicla practice some years ago, google "insulin shock therapy". You won't find a specific number any where because it varies from person to person.


Koter Boters misses Rufus!
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The lowest I have been(the dr's fault) was 16 and at that point I was out!

once I woke up after they gave me glucose shots I was like what happened to me!I have been 27 and I was out too until the paramedic gave me the glucose shot.

The lowest I have been awake was about 60 and then I feel shaky,and I know I need something to eat so I don't go any lower.


Victoria-Marie Heshka
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Mine is 45 but I'm fine.


Peter M
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The way I felt at 50, I don't want to go any lower. I certainly don't want to personally experience a coma to find out! On the other hand, 6 months ago the folks in the ER were amazed I wasn't in a coma when they tested me at 700+! 11 days in the hospital with that one.


You Betcha!
it depends on the person. I've been as low as 40 and was still able to treat the low by myself.


tom4bucs
I feel the butterfly in my chest 64-70
the two times it got low on me - but I think under 50 you start getting into trouble

all the best


Heather C
well anything below 30 will knock the average person out cold but everyone is different. I start feeling weird around 65, but at 45 I am confused, shaky, stuttering, and stumbling.


RainDateChick
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Anything below about 70 or 80 is considered "low," and many people will feel extremely hungry, tired, or dizzy. However, around 60 it's nothing to worry too much about, most people will have a juice and a snack and will come back up to normal with no problem. Anything below 40 or 50 is considered dangerously low and there is a risk of going into shock. There is no set number at which a diabetic will just suddenly go into shock, everyone and every situation is different. I know of someone who passed out at around 45, but one time my sister's was below 25 and she felt completely normal. Checking your blood sugar regularly and paying attention to how your body feels is key to staying healthy.


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