What must we do to face diabetes melitus ?
Have there been any medition or treatment that have been able to cure totally the sickness ?
Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic disease that is extremely difficult to cure. Management for this has been to keep blood sugar levels as close to normal as possible. This can be done with close dietary management, exercise and the use of the right medications. Patient education, understanding, and participation is vital since the complications of diabetes are far less common and less severe in people who have well-managed blood sugar levels.
by Deborah Brooks Langford 4 years ago
How do you know if You have diabetes without going to a doctor?How do you know if you have Diabetes without going to the doctor? and what should you not eat if you do have diabetes or even if you do not.
by Sherri 3 years ago
Equipment for testing blood sugar levels. Diabetes. What is your experience with using the...products on the market that are available to monitor blood sugar levels? Are these devices easy to use, complicated? Do they come with instructions that are easy to understand? How are they delivered? By...
by Robuck4 6 years ago
If you have Diabetes, what is your formula for keeping your blood sugar under control?What medications are you on?
by Bethisawesome 6 years ago
I have a couple questions I was hoping you guys could help me with. I was diagnosed with hypoglycemia about 6 months ago. For the last 6 years or so prior to being diagnosed, I ate only a meal at night(normal sized). Now I eat 3 times daily but breakfast and lunch are usually just enough to keep my...
by coffeee4 8 years ago
Once you have Type 2 diabetes, is it true that it can be reversed and you will no longer have...diabetes, and can an accident (such as, slipping and hitting your head) cause blood sugar levels to increase to 400?
by sallieannluvslife 6 years ago
Does anyone have severely fluctuating blood sugar levels?My sister has had diabetes her entire life, she is a special needs person, now 49 years old and her diabetes is fluctuating rapidly. One morning her blood sugar will be 44 and the next it will be 504....has anyone ever had this...
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