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 why am i not hungry even though i have signs of being hungry?
i am a 12 year old boy and i like to stay up all night and then go to bed around 10 or 11 in the morning then i wake up around 4 5 or 6, also i barley eat anything like the last few days i never feel ...


 blood type?
can the American Red Cross tell me my blood ...


 I think I have diabetes! HELP!!!!!!!!?
I have been very nasueous the last three days. I went to the doctor yesterday and I had my third UTI...in two months! I also was diagnosed with eczema and acid reflux this year too! I think I have ...


 Do you tend to bleed more when your diabetic?
I was just wondering when you're diabetic are you likely to bleed more when you cut yourself etc....


 injection with air, HELP?
my mom accidentally injected my brother with air in a needle, because it wouldn't push the insulin out, it was about 8 units of air, what should we do ?...


 Is diabetes really that bad to handle, is it like cancer. What's it like to live with diabetes

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is it depressing, scarey, ...


 How do i know if i should take a snack or not?
Okay so i have juvenile diabetes and as a diabetic i am required to test my sugar every 2 hours. i actually just started do this and i have been diabetic for 13 years. but what i want to know, is say ...


 I hate my self for letting it get bad! DIABETES?
diabetes in family:
Dad: type 1, died at 42 due to not controlling it
mom: type 2
brother: type 2
me: 190, 34 yrs old, female, 5'4. both pregnancies was gestational and took ...


 What happens if I get a low blood sugar during my SAT test tomorrow?
I never really thought about getting accomodations for this, but now that the test is tomorrow I'm getting a little nervous. I do have some small snacks that I can keep in my pocket in case I�...


 What happens to a person if they don't know they have diabetes so it goes untreated?
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 am type 2 diabetic, which medicine is best for me?
I a diabetic { type-2 } from last 8 yrs....


 What is the highest HbA1c you have had? for diabetics?
Humaglobin? mine was a 9.6... pretty high... but anyone else higher than me? or what is yours anyway?...


 Alcohol and Type 1 Diabetes?
please spare me all of the underage drinking lectures and risks and drunk driving stuff, and just help me out with this.

I have had type 1 since i was 4 and i keep really good control of ...


 DIETARY ADVICE FOR MALE DIABETIC?
My partner is male, 51 and type II diabetic. He puts on weight really easily and I want to be able to help and support him. I have read a lot about diabetes etc and it talks about carbs etc. H...


 What is the best Christmas treats that diabetes people can eat?
I am doing two different kind of treats for my social club but some are requesting me to make something that people with diabetes can eat. What's is the best treat for Christmas that is easy to ...


 I am diabetic.help me!?
how much carbs i can take in a meal at a time and in lunch ...


 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 ...


 Anyone have diabetes? What were the first symptoms you noticed before you found out you had diabetes?
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 what is the normal sugar level? ?
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 Can you get type 2 diabetes if your Type 1 diabetic already?
i know its a stupid question just wondering though....



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my glucose read 415 what are my risks?
                      









Becksstein
Just knock it down. If this was a one-time thing, you will be fine. I have had high readings many, many times. I've had diabetes type one for the vast majority of my life. I will read about people who have had it like four years and things already happened to them, and yet I am completely healthy so far. It seems like it is luck of the draw. Just try your best to take care of yourself, like we all should.


George D
Apparently you are on the yo-yo effect. High then low. If you are on a sliding scale, have your Dr., reevaluate it. If not, get on one. Don't run sugars that high for too long. That is why you are to test so many times a day and make sure you do. Kidney Failure and Blindness are the extreme, ..keep the sugars High and one day shortly you will get the whole picture unfortunately you won't be able to see it. Get help and get regulated.


tigerlily812003
I AM A LIVING WITNESS THAT THIS IS TRUE IF YOU DO NOT DO WHAT I SAY: THAT YOU WILL SOON GO INTO A COMA IF YOU DON'T GET TO YOUR DIABETIC DOCTOR OR HIS HOSPITAL A.S.A.P. ~ CALL HIM/HER AS FAST AS YOU CAN REACH A TELEPH0NE!!!


nottwoshort
First, in case no-one has come right out and told you, you ARE a diabetic. Blood sugar levels like that DO NOT occur in non-diabetic people.
High blood sugar levels destoy important organs and tissues in your body. High levels like "415" will surely accelerate this. Any levels above 125 are considered abnormal and 125 is the upper limit of a non-diabetic BSL like say 20 minutes after eating a king-sized Snickers bar.
Blood sugar control is important in a diabetic person because their body can either no longer produce insulin (Type 1) or their cell insulin receptors have a hard time using or can no longer use the insulin that they are still producing (Type 2), to keep their blood sugar level in the normal range as like a non-dibetic person.
High BSL risks are going blind, neuropathy, kindney failure, liver failure, heart desease, coma, death, among many, many others.
I'd really hate to be sitting in the kidney dialisys room, blind, after having my feet amputated, thinking "Damn, I should have tried to control my diabetes better."
Low BSL risks like brain damage, coma, and death occur much faster than the complications caused by high blood sugar.
At uncontrolled 415 levels it won't take long for any of these conditions to occur. You should do as much as you can to get this under control including Diet control, excersize, stress control, weight loss if needed and doing what your Dr. says.
Diabetes has ALREADY changed your life and it WON'T go away or change itself back. Diabetes is a "progressive disease" and the only thing you can do is slow down it's progression so you don't get these life-threatening conditions


rufus
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very high risks to your body in long term and short term. get some meds or insulin now.


Babs
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If this is a one-off then just get your blood sugars under control as soon as possible. You are at risk of going into a coma.

If you have blood sugars as high as this over a long period its very serious. The high sugars attack your whole system. they clog your nerve endings leading to tingling stinging and stabbing pains in your feet and possibly hands that become neuropathy. They attack the blood vessels in your eyes and thicken the fluid that surrounds your eyeball leading to sore sticky eyes, visual disturbances and eventually blindness through retinopathy. The high sugars also slow your thinking and dull your sensitivity to fluctuations in your blood sugar leaving you less likely to be aware of impending unconciousness and less able to do something about it. The sugars also poison your kidneys making them less able to filter out the bad chemicals that are floating round your system, leading to urinary tract infections and even kidney failure. The sugars also overtake your blood stream making you less able to respond to infections and viruses, thus ruining your health.

These are just a few of the problems, everyone responds differently so not everyone will get this lot...you may be unlucky and get other problems that I haven't mentioned or you may get by unscathed...this time. And don't think that just bringing the blood sugars down will solve the problem... the damage appears over a period of years. I had a bad spell a year ago and the symptoms are still getting worse.

If this isn't a one-off, then you need to consult your diabetes advisor and get help immediately. You may have an infection or maybe have lost control over your diet, or maybe your medication needs changing. Whatever is causing this, they will be able to help.


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