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 diabetics--How hard is it for You to...?
Get back "on the wagon" If you've been really good at eating right, taking your meds, exercising, checking your sugar and all of a sudden you slip and eat something super sweet. Do ...

 I Think I Have Type 1 Diabetes How Do I Tell My Parents?
I have noticed that I have been acting wierd for a while, this is what I have been having........
Thirsty quite alot (I feel thirsty, but then I dont want to drink - I end up drinking 2 full ...

 I'm diabetic and losing weight rapidly....why is this?
I've been diabetic for 14 years, and I am starting to lose a bunch of weight without even trying. my blood sugars have been a little high the past couple days. I have no health insurance and ...

 What do you eat/take/do when you are type 1 diabetic and have a very low sugar?
My husband is Type 1 diabetic and has been since he was 8yrs. old (he is now 32). Usually he can help himself out and get his sugar up. Lately though, he's been getting so low he can't ...

 I want to have diabetes- is it normal?
I think it sounds so cool having diabetes. I love Nick Jonas and I want to have diabetes too. It sounds so cool injecting insulin, especially if the insulin is pink. Diabetes is the coolest disease ...

 I was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes?
I am a 24 year old female. I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes October 15, 2008. When I was admitted to ER my BS was at 560...After being in the hospital for nearly 2 weeks I was discharged and I ...

 I think I have may have symptoms of diabetes, can I do anything to manage these symptoms without a doctor?
I'm only 24, but I'm about 30 lbs overweight and don't have a very active lifestyle.
Lately I've been noticing extra fatigue, frequent urination and constantly being hungry ...

 New to diabetes. (22yrs old)... how does this work...?
so this seems really hard...ive been on insulin 2 days now.i cant seem to figure out how much to eat, and what I can eat. I keep dropping too low, and then Ill eat, and then it goes too high.

 How many people in your family have Diabetes? How late in life can you get type 1 Diabetes?
There is a lot of bad Diabetic history in my family. My grandpa has type 2 Diabetes, but I'm not overly concerned with type 2, because I exercise regularly and aside from family history, I don&#...

 Is it possible for you to get diabetes from water?
If it is possible to get diabetes from water? So, why are people concerned about people consuming soda, if it going to give us the same effect as water?
And would you think sugar can defeat the ...

 Am I A Freak With What I Do Everyday ?
I Have Had Diabetes For 11 Years. And I Am On 4 Injections A Day.. When i Do Them In School Everyone Looks At Me.. When I Do Them In Cafe's They All look At me .. I HAte Going Out Now Anywhere E...

 Could I Have Diabetes?
Right, I am a 16 year old teenage boy, but I am underweight and the Doctor wanted me to see a dietition in the future if I don't put on weight, anyway.

My grandparents and two of my ...

 How to get better control of my type 1 diabetes so that I can get pregnant?
My fiance and I both would like to have a baby, except that my Blood Sugar Levels are still fairly high, My last HBA1C was about 9.1.
I would like to know what are some ways of getting my D...

 How long does it take to "get rid of" type 2 diabetes?
I have recently gained weight, and have been extremely thirsty, starting today. I am fighting a cold, so that may be a reason. however, if it were to be diabetes, assuming I start eating right, and ...

 A Diabetes Debate- Your opinion.?
What are your personal views? Do you think most people with Type 2 has brought about it on themselves since this type is avoidable? What impact is the increased number of diabetics on the community? W...

 If you don't have your pancreas working good what happems?

 My blood sugar ranges 300-565 in last few weeks.Feeling very sick, doctors aren't listening, what should I do?
I had surgery a few weeks ago, can't exercise. Following a low glycemic diet. Taking two oral diabetic pills and insulin. Nothing is working and I feel like I could die....

 Do diabetics occasionally have mood swings?

 Do people with diabetes...?
Heres the story...My mother has diabetes and she had it for a few years about 5 or so...Im wondering do people with diabetes die younger? I was unsure to ask my mother because she might feel...you ...

 How many times do people suffering from diabetes go to the toilet during the day?

eating problems. i get sick everytime i eat something. please help!!?
since monday i have gotten sick every time i eat something. mostly breakfast and lunch. Since i feel sick i havent been able to eat much and i have been losing weight. I am 13 and was 103 pounds on monday and am now about 99 lbs. from not eating. Has anyone experienced this before or know what is wrong and how to stop it??
thank you so much

The Y
You need to describe the symptoms. Do you have nausea, a fever, sweats, hot flashes...?

When you eat do you feel like your gagging as you swallow? Do you gag when you are not swallowing something? Can you retain any fluid (i.e. water)? Can you eat liquid-like foods?

bRoWn SuGaR!!
you should probably go see a doctor. you might be sicker than you think!! Good luck!

Yeah...go see a doctor....is there any food that you've eaten EACH time you've gotten sick?? It may be some food allergy or an intolerance.

If it's abdominal it may be Irritable Bowel Syndrome or even something worse, such as Crohn's. A bad outbreak of IBS can be triggered by something even as innocuous as water or bread. I'm with everyone else and say to go see a doctor. If it's abdominal, go see a gastro-intestinal doctor. Even while they run tests, he or she can prescribe you something to ease the pain (I use Dicyclomine).

Stomach problems such as GERD can cause your stomach to produce too much acid. Your esophageal sphincter doesn't close properly after eating, and stomach acid can go back the esophagus (hence the term "acid-reflux"), causing burning and nausea. This can be eased with something OTC (Over The Counter) such as Prilosec or Pepcid.

Aside from acid, if you're facing a "smoldering" burn and nausea that lasts for hours or days, it could be your gallbladder.

The only way is to go check with a doctor, truly. It's not worth risking your health or worse. There are ways to heal your stomach and digestive tract! Good luck.

Melanie S
Idk if I can exactly diagnose what is happening to you, but it used to happen to me too.

When I was about 8 I literally could not keep any food down. That was the time where all you had was R & N so you did shots in the morning for breakfast and lunch and if you didn't eat your lunch (AKA u threw up) then you were in big trouble.

I don't really know what you should do, but my parents took me to a psychologist. They told me to breathe in and out to calm myself down and that was basically it. The psychologist didn't really help at all and I eventually grew out of it so hopefully that will happen to you too.

you might have a tapeworm, another parasite, just be sick, or have a mental bulimia. If you're losing weight that fast though, i'd tell someone. no website is going tohelp with that. talk to a parent or something

hmmm, go see a doctor ASAP!

Anjolina T
I think you have Gastroparesis. it is a digestive condition that's associated with diabetes. Most often gastroparesis occurs in people with type 1 diabetes; however, it can also occur in those with type 2 diabetes. Most have had diabetes for at least 10 years and have other complications of diabetes. With gastroparesis, the stomach cannot empty itself of food in a normal fashion.
* Food that stays in the stomach for a long time can spoil, which can lead to the growth of bacteria.
* Food in the stomach can harden into a lump called a bezoar. Bezoars can cause blockages in the stomach that keep food from moving into the small intestine.
* Gastroparesis can cause additional health problems for people who have diabetes. When food finally does leave the stomach and enter the small intestine, there is a rise in blood sugar levels. Gastroparesis can make it difficult for the person with diabetes to control his or her blood sugar levels consistently.
* In severe cases, daily vomiting may occur.
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