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Type 2 from 1999

  1. I was told that Type 2 is harder to control than Type 1. How can that be? (22 Nov 1999)
  2. Lately her blood sugar numbers have risen to where they are 150 upon waking and around 200 before retiring. (20 Nov 1999)
  3. I feel constant numbness and pain in the thigh area of both legs. (9 Nov 1999)
  4. Can non-carbohydrate exchanges be moved around during the course of a day? (27 Oct 1999)
  5. I weigh 260 and was diagnosed several months ago with Type 2. What do I do? I am so depressed over this thing. (19 Oct 1999)
  6. Is there a formula to calculate the insulin required to counteract a given blood glucose level? (10 Oct 1999)
  7. After a sharp sudden rise, then lowering to normal levels (between 90-110 random or fasting), do you think it is cured by a great diet and exercise? (2 Oct 1999)
  8. I have had diabetes Type 2 for sometime now. My doctor wants to put me on insulin soon. What do you think? (22 Aug 1999)
  9. I was diagnosed with diabetes about two months ago. Why do I feel hunger most of the time? (17 Aug 1999)
  10. I was diagnosed with Type 2 eight months ago. I would like to know what kind of alcohol I could drink. (2 Aug 1999)
  11. My blood sugar readings now are almost always over 200. Should I be concerned? (2 Aug 1999)
  12. I am a 26 year old male with type 2 diabetes. From what I understand, people my age with type 2 diabetes are rare. (26 Jul 1999)

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