Tag Archives: type 2 diabetes
When you’re blessed with diabetes, try keeping your glass not empty, both literally and figuratively. Positive attitude helps to manage diabetes more efficiently. Diabetes management is a full-time job that can easily become overwhelming. It affects a big part of … Continue reading
First off, a brief overview. In this post, I’ll be talking about a type 2 diabetes that I am diagnosed with. What happens is that although insulin is produced, it cannot be used efficiently by body tissues which is called … Continue reading
Not very much so, according to my own experience and my research on the net. Mayo Clinic site lists a number of factors that can affect meter accuracy. Among them, test strip problems, monitor problems, improper coding, not enough blood applied … Continue reading
Just kidding. I can’t really recommend this drug although it did what it was supposed to do as its primary function. It has made my diabetic neuropathy go away for the time being; not sure if forever which remains to … Continue reading
This morning, after having done about 15 min of brisk walking, my fasting blood sugar is 94. Yay! It works!
Originally posted on Diabetes Odyssey:
*Warning: Some photos may be difficult for sensitive viewers* Recently I have been asked exactly how many complications I suffer related to my diabetes. I kind of have to laugh because to me that question…