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 If blood glucose is high for a diabetic Is it common that his body gets high temperature once for some time?
Blood sugar is more and gets high temperature for some time mainly after lunch. Is this common for a ...

 How can you prevent diabetes?

 how can an unbalanced diet lead to type 2 diabetes?
what type if diet do you need to have to get type 2 diabetes?
what does the diet consist of?...

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 I show hypoglycemic symptoms when I don't have low blood sugar. What can I do?
When my blood sugar is below 110 or around 110, I start to sweat, I feel my heart pounding, I sometimes feel dizzy or hear like a buzzing in my ears. If I get below 90, I tend to get irritable or ...

 fruits for diabetic patient?
what kind of fruits can a diabetic patient eat. Can you give us the list of fruits......

 How many carbs am I suppose to have?
I am having symptoms of diabetes and literally about everyone in my family is diabetic so I'm going to start on a diabetic diet but I have no clue how many carbs I'm suppose to have. Does ...

 Why should I be checked for Diabetes?
I asked a question in women's health a while ago. I said that I am always thirsty, and I even wake up thirsty (usually after having a dream that I am somewhere and can't find water). And ...

 diabetic neuropathy?

 Going for blood test, information please? :)?
i went to my doctors about being really fat. Im going for a blood test tomorrow. Im really fat. What will the results show, will drinking lots of water affect my results? and any additional info ...

 is blood sugar higher after eating?

 Are Cheerios a good breakfast cereal for diabetics?
Any other suggestions?...

 can sugar........ (please read)?
okay so one day i had 4 cokes, 2 packs of sour skittles. a hershey's bar, and some fruit loops, that night was blowing chucks everywhere, now its 3 months later and i have diabetes, is that from ...

 Do you think it's harder to lose weight when you are taking insulin??
I, myself, take insulin, and I know insulin causes weight gain. I have been able to keep weight off by following a strict diet, but I've heard other diabetics say that it's really hard to ...

 what does eating too much sugar do to me?

 Can diabetes lead to cataract and can an early stage of cataract be treated naturally with diet & supplements?

 Just medical and professional help!!!?
Few weeksa ago we discovered that my brother has diabet. He is 10 years old and today's resultates shown that his pancreas still producinh little amount of insulin but not enought. What can we ...

 Type 2 Diabetes Problem?
Hi, I have been diabetic for less than a year now so still trying to get to grips with the condition. I was advised that a good level for my blood glucose readings is somewhere between 4 & 7 ...

 Do I have diabetes????
Okay, yes I know I need to go to the doctor. You don't have to tell me. I have an appointment, I just wanted some information before I go. I have a lot of symptoms of diabetes. I am very tired ...

 if you are considered a borderline diabetic is that just like saying you basically are one or no? i have been ?
told that there is no borderline you are or your ...

Angela M
With type of diabetes is more dangerous type 1 or 2?
I was just wondering because my best friend has diabetes and i was wondering witch is more dangerous

They both can kill if untreated. Type 2 is the more easily controlled. That's what I have. I started out as a type 1 but I got really lucky and my pancreas woke up a little. I was able to stop shooting insulin and now just take pills. That, along with a veerry strict zero sugar diet and some exercise seems to be working well.
Overall, type 1 is more serious, but neither one is a joke.

they are both relatively the same. but type 2 is mostly avoidable. and curable. if you lose weight and exercise you can get rid of it. but type 1 is incurable.

Ryan M
Although both are equally dangerous, type 1 is generally considered more serious as it requires injections or use of an insulin pump. With good care though, it's easily managed.

type 1 is probably more dangerous short term because of low blood glucose but both are equally dangerous long term, type 2 especially if it goes unnoticed. type ones can eat anything they want as long as they match it to their insulin. anyone who saysotherwise is obviously still following advice from years ago however for type 2's on diet obviously their die is much more restricted. neither have to be dangerous though as long as they are properly controlled

Miz Lamb
Neither is more dangerous than the other. In fact they are 2 separate diseases from different causes. Just the name and the fact that both are "sugar" issues makes people think they are the same.

The dangerous part is UNCONTROLLED or non compliant patients. The most dangerous part of this is that people who do not follow low carb food plan, yes, even type 1 people need to, and heavy exercise plan are at risk for some very unnice effects from high glucose levels.

Some type 1 people keep saying that they can eat anything they want and just inject enough insulin to cover it. But this isn't necessarily true. The more insulin a person injects the more fat they build up in their system as insulin converts carbohydrates into fat and packs it on the bod around the middle and causes the scales to move ever upward.

We must educate ourselves about diabetes and become our own specialists in what works for us! Because what works for me, may not work for your friend. And with type 2 diabetes, what works today, may not work tomorrow as it is progressive and progresses at its own speed no matter what we may be doing to control it. This is the depressing part.

Both the diabetes is dangerous. But type 1 is little more because type 2 diabetes is controllable but not type 1. Type 2 can be control by food and daily habits but type 1 have to have insulin shots.

There is no mild form of diabetes. Type 1 & 2 refer the origin of the disease, not to how serious they are.

The problem is that blood sugar can become too high and this can cause all sorts of problems if it is not controlled. If it is well controlled, which means following some basic guidelines and checking blood sugar regularly, they should be OK.

Type 2 is generally easier to manage than type 1.

Ha Ha, this is a fight that has been going on between type 1s and type 2s for years on who has it worse, or whose is more dangerous.

In short, Type 1.

A lot of type 2s don't take care of their control of their diabetes. Meaning they eat what they want carelessly of what is in the food (note: this isn't all type 2 diabetics)

Type 1s can't do that... Well, unless they wanna die within a month

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