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Kind of an Emergency!
  1. #1
    Cougar Guest

    Default Kind of an Emergency!

    Question: Had dental work done earlier. BG keeps going down since. They
    said should not affect my diabetes. It was detail cleaning under gums for
    infection (not been to dentist in long time). Very painful and they gave me
    prescription rinse to use. They did MAJOR scraping deep under the gums.
    After eating tonight, BG was 96. Felt weird a couple of hours ago and BG
    was 89(forearm). Since I still felt weird, and thinking it might be a low,
    I tested out of my finger about 5 minutes later. Finger BG was 79. Now, I
    know some of you think that is perfect number, however, when I go under 100
    I feel bad. In fact, I feel best about 125. Especially eating stew with
    crackers, I wouldn't think my BG should be dropping. Anybody had experience
    with major dental stuff and diabetes? Now, I am having panic because the
    last time my BG dipped in the 60's, I felt very weak and it freaked me out,
    and I had a panic attack. I treated with the 15 in 15 thing, and went from
    62 to like 129, so it was all ok. I know since being in the 300s in March,
    that my body is still adjusting. That might be some of why I feel so strange
    under 100, however, I get scared really easily because this is all still
    real new to me with these high and low spikes. I was told the dental stuff
    would not affect me, and I am not on "hypo" lowering meds. I have been
    averaging like 110-140 for the last couple of months. When should I seek
    help tonight if it keeps going lower tonight? I think that trauma/pain made
    it go lower because I have never had any major dental work in my life. Can
    pain cause a low? I am sipping on real coke just a bit right at the moment
    to pull up to maybe 100 at least because I don't like this weird feeling at
    all, and I don't want to be dramatic, but it is still very scary to me.
    Thanks,
    Suggestions?
    Kris



  2. #2
    Julie Bove Guest

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    "Cougar" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Question: Had dental work done earlier. BG keeps going down since. They
    > said should not affect my diabetes. It was detail cleaning under gums for
    > infection (not been to dentist in long time). Very painful and they gave
    > me
    > prescription rinse to use. They did MAJOR scraping deep under the gums.
    > After eating tonight, BG was 96. Felt weird a couple of hours ago and BG
    > was 89(forearm). Since I still felt weird, and thinking it might be a
    > low,
    > I tested out of my finger about 5 minutes later. Finger BG was 79. Now,
    > I
    > know some of you think that is perfect number, however, when I go under
    > 100
    > I feel bad. In fact, I feel best about 125. Especially eating stew with
    > crackers, I wouldn't think my BG should be dropping. Anybody had
    > experience
    > with major dental stuff and diabetes? Now, I am having panic because the
    > last time my BG dipped in the 60's, I felt very weak and it freaked me
    > out,
    > and I had a panic attack. I treated with the 15 in 15 thing, and went
    > from
    > 62 to like 129, so it was all ok. I know since being in the 300s in
    > March,
    > that my body is still adjusting. That might be some of why I feel so
    > strange
    > under 100, however, I get scared really easily because this is all still
    > real new to me with these high and low spikes. I was told the dental
    > stuff
    > would not affect me, and I am not on "hypo" lowering meds. I have been
    > averaging like 110-140 for the last couple of months. When should I seek
    > help tonight if it keeps going lower tonight? I think that trauma/pain
    > made
    > it go lower because I have never had any major dental work in my life.
    > Can
    > pain cause a low? I am sipping on real coke just a bit right at the
    > moment
    > to pull up to maybe 100 at least because I don't like this weird feeling
    > at
    > all, and I don't want to be dramatic, but it is still very scary to me.
    > Thanks,
    > Suggestions?


    If you are not on insulin or diabetes lowering drugs, you do not need to
    seek help. At 79, you could be having an actual hypo. Meters are not 100%
    accurate. I treat for hypo at 80 or at 100 if I am going to be active
    because my BG can plummet quickly. So eat 15 g of carbs and rest for 10
    minutes. If your BG is not up to where you want it to be, or >100, then
    repeat.

    Pain does not usually cause a low. If anything it would cause a high. It's
    possible your BG did spike while you were in the dental chair and then due
    to the absence of pain, it then dropped. Hard to say though.



  3. #3
    Julie Bove Guest

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    "Cougar" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > p.s. On Metformin 500mg
    > Januvia 100mg


    I know little of Januvia and in fact didn't get mine today. It's so new
    they had only one bottle. I have to wait till noon tomorrow to get it.
    From what I've read about it, it says it works when you eat and will not
    cause a low. Neither will Metformin, but that doesn't mean you won't get a
    low while on them. Every diabetic should be prepared to know what to do
    during a hypo because they can happen.



  4. #4
    Cougar Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    Thanks Julie. Was told the Metformin 500mg and Januvia 100mg shouldn't
    cause a "low", so don't know why I'm having these low readings, especially
    after eating. I'm doing the 15 in 15 right now...probably more panic than
    anything, but still so new to all this stuff.
    Kris

    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:wh_gi.15540$oo5.4084@trndny09...
    >
    > "Cougar" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    > > Question: Had dental work done earlier. BG keeps going down since.

    They
    > > said should not affect my diabetes. It was detail cleaning under gums

    for
    > > infection (not been to dentist in long time). Very painful and they

    gave
    > > me
    > > prescription rinse to use. They did MAJOR scraping deep under the gums.
    > > After eating tonight, BG was 96. Felt weird a couple of hours ago and

    BG
    > > was 89(forearm). Since I still felt weird, and thinking it might be a
    > > low,
    > > I tested out of my finger about 5 minutes later. Finger BG was 79.

    Now,
    > > I
    > > know some of you think that is perfect number, however, when I go under
    > > 100
    > > I feel bad. In fact, I feel best about 125. Especially eating stew

    with
    > > crackers, I wouldn't think my BG should be dropping. Anybody had
    > > experience
    > > with major dental stuff and diabetes? Now, I am having panic because

    the
    > > last time my BG dipped in the 60's, I felt very weak and it freaked me
    > > out,
    > > and I had a panic attack. I treated with the 15 in 15 thing, and went
    > > from
    > > 62 to like 129, so it was all ok. I know since being in the 300s in
    > > March,
    > > that my body is still adjusting. That might be some of why I feel so
    > > strange
    > > under 100, however, I get scared really easily because this is all still
    > > real new to me with these high and low spikes. I was told the dental
    > > stuff
    > > would not affect me, and I am not on "hypo" lowering meds. I have been
    > > averaging like 110-140 for the last couple of months. When should I

    seek
    > > help tonight if it keeps going lower tonight? I think that trauma/pain
    > > made
    > > it go lower because I have never had any major dental work in my life.
    > > Can
    > > pain cause a low? I am sipping on real coke just a bit right at the
    > > moment
    > > to pull up to maybe 100 at least because I don't like this weird feeling
    > > at
    > > all, and I don't want to be dramatic, but it is still very scary to me.
    > > Thanks,
    > > Suggestions?

    >
    > If you are not on insulin or diabetes lowering drugs, you do not need to
    > seek help. At 79, you could be having an actual hypo. Meters are not

    100%
    > accurate. I treat for hypo at 80 or at 100 if I am going to be active
    > because my BG can plummet quickly. So eat 15 g of carbs and rest for 10
    > minutes. If your BG is not up to where you want it to be, or >100, then
    > repeat.
    >
    > Pain does not usually cause a low. If anything it would cause a high.

    It's
    > possible your BG did spike while you were in the dental chair and then due
    > to the absence of pain, it then dropped. Hard to say though.
    >
    >




  5. #5
    Alan S Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    On Thu, 28 Jun 2007 21:28:36 -0500, "Cougar"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Question: Had dental work done earlier. BG keeps going down since. They
    >said should not affect my diabetes. It was detail cleaning under gums for
    >infection (not been to dentist in long time). Very painful and they gave me
    >prescription rinse to use. They did MAJOR scraping deep under the gums.
    >After eating tonight, BG was 96. Felt weird a couple of hours ago and BG
    >was 89(forearm). Since I still felt weird, and thinking it might be a low,
    >I tested out of my finger about 5 minutes later. Finger BG was 79. Now, I
    >know some of you think that is perfect number, however, when I go under 100
    >I feel bad. In fact, I feel best about 125. Especially eating stew with
    >crackers, I wouldn't think my BG should be dropping. Anybody had experience
    >with major dental stuff and diabetes? Now, I am having panic because the
    >last time my BG dipped in the 60's, I felt very weak and it freaked me out,
    >and I had a panic attack. I treated with the 15 in 15 thing, and went from
    >62 to like 129, so it was all ok. I know since being in the 300s in March,
    >that my body is still adjusting. That might be some of why I feel so strange
    >under 100, however, I get scared really easily because this is all still
    >real new to me with these high and low spikes. I was told the dental stuff
    >would not affect me, and I am not on "hypo" lowering meds. I have been
    >averaging like 110-140 for the last couple of months. When should I seek
    >help tonight if it keeps going lower tonight? I think that trauma/pain made
    >it go lower because I have never had any major dental work in my life. Can
    >pain cause a low? I am sipping on real coke just a bit right at the moment
    >to pull up to maybe 100 at least because I don't like this weird feeling at
    >all, and I don't want to be dramatic, but it is still very scary to me.
    >Thanks,
    >Suggestions?
    >Kris
    >

    You're having a panic attack about the possibility of having
    a panic attack?

    Step back, relax, and start thinking logically. Your
    periodontal disease (and if they didn't tell you that's what
    you've got - ask them) has been treated. It has been a
    factor in your elevated BG's for a long time and now you've
    reduced the infection and you are getting the GOOD results.

    Read a couple of links. First, one I wrote myself:
    http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com/20...and-death.html
    and then
    http://www.diabetesincontrol.com/res...ryarticle=4895

    The reason you feel "weird" is that you have been too high
    for too long. It will take a little time for your body to
    adjust to the new, safer, levels and you may need to carry
    some jelly beans or similar with you for a little while in
    case of a low - but that's far better than staying up where
    you were.

    Of course, that's all just my opinion. Ask your doctor if
    you feel I'm incorrect.

    Congratulations on your new numbers; make sure you see your
    periodontist or hygienist for a repeat performance on a
    regular basis three or four times a year. The good news is
    that not only does improving your teeth/gums health improve
    your BG's, the reverse is also true. Improved BG's can lead
    to reduced periodontal damage.

    Cheers, Alan, T2, Australia.
    d&e, metformin 1500mg, ezetrol 10mg
    Everything in Moderation - Except Laughter.
    --
    http://loraltraveloz.blogspot.com/
    latest: Kuranda Skyrail near Cairns
    http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com/
    latest: Ki Si Ming

  6. #6
    Alan S Guest

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    On Fri, 29 Jun 2007 02:39:24 GMT, "Julie Bove"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >At 79, you could be having an actual hypo.


    Julie, with all due respect, no she couldn't.

    For you, who knows, but for the rest of the world that
    simply isn't true.

    In mmol/L terms that's 4.4; I see that regularly with no ill
    effects whatever - but I did get symptoms of lows at that
    level back when I was first diagnosed, because I was running
    much higher then.

    Cheers, Alan, T2, Australia.
    d&e, metformin 1500mg, ezetrol 10mg
    Everything in Moderation - Except Laughter.
    --
    http://loraltraveloz.blogspot.com/
    latest: Kuranda Skyrail near Cairns
    http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com/
    latest: Ki Si Ming

  7. #7
    Julie Bove Guest

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    "Alan S" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On Fri, 29 Jun 2007 02:39:24 GMT, "Julie Bove"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>At 79, you could be having an actual hypo.

    >
    > Julie, with all due respect, no she couldn't.
    >
    > For you, who knows, but for the rest of the world that
    > simply isn't true.
    >
    > In mmol/L terms that's 4.4; I see that regularly with no ill
    > effects whatever - but I did get symptoms of lows at that
    > level back when I was first diagnosed, because I was running
    > much higher then.


    I suppose it depends on what source you use but I've seen 65 to 75 listed as
    the numbers to be used for hypos. So yes, at 79, that could be. Just
    because you have no ill effects at a certain number doesn't mean you aren't
    having a hypo. I've been walking around at 29 and have fainted in the 60's.
    I know we are all different but I hardly think I am alone in this.

    And keep in mind just because someone isn't "feeling" the symptoms doesn't
    mean it's not a hypo. There have been many times when people around me told
    me to check my blood sugar because I wasn't acting normally. Sure enough it
    was low. And I didn't always want to do as I was told. There have been
    times when I've had hypos and have refused to eat food because I wasn't
    thinking straight.

    Also, a person might not be having an actual hypo, but they could be feeling
    unwell. Unwell enough that they might faint. What should they do? Just
    lay there in a pool of cold sweat until they come to? Wouldn't it be better
    for them to eat a little bit of something so they *don't* faint? I am just
    surmising this. Not sure if anyone actually has this problem but I have
    read about it.

    Perhaps I don't fit what seems to be the typical pattern of having high BG,
    feeling good with high BG and then having to get used to normal numbers.
    AFAIK, for most of my life I didn't *have* normal numbers. I had reactive
    hypoglycemia for about the first half of my life and spent my time trying
    not to have a hypo.

    Then I went into a period of a few years where I wasn't having the hypos any
    more and I could finally skip a meal without feeling unwell. This may well
    have been the start of the diabetes. I may have had high numbers. I don't
    know. I guess I never will.

    Then I was diagnosed with diabetes in the ER and given Glucotrol XL. That
    combined with the Beta Blocker I was taking at the time kept plunging me
    into hypos. I was taken off those meds and things seemed better for a
    while. Until the thyroid went wacky. More hypos.

    Many diabetics have other medical problems aside from diabetes and those
    things can cause us trouble.



  8. #8
    Cougar Guest

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    I am finally feeling better. Spent the last 3 hours working with eating a
    little and testing...resting and testing...eating and testing. Didn't go
    lower than 72 this time, however, I FELT STRANGE...bad! I appreciate all
    the shares. I know I was scared, which didn't help. My BG is now 126, and
    I feel normal for the first time since that dental procedure. I don't know,
    it just didn't set well with me. I don't know if my body was in shock or
    what, but even after eating a bunch of carbs...even most of a regular can of
    coke...I only am at 126 (and I ate ALOT). So...I am just going to have to
    work with what I have learned and try to learn more.
    Thanks everybody,
    Kris

    > Many diabetics have other medical problems aside from diabetes and those
    > things can cause us trouble.
    >
    >




  9. #9
    johnniemccoy@ Guest

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    "Cougar" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    >I am finally feeling better. Spent the last 3 hours working with eating a
    > little and testing...resting and testing...eating and testing. Didn't go
    > lower than 72 this time, however, I FELT STRANGE...bad! I appreciate all
    > the shares. I know I was scared, which didn't help. My BG is now 126,
    > and
    > I feel normal for the first time since that dental procedure. I don't
    > know,
    > it just didn't set well with me. I don't know if my body was in shock or
    > what, but even after eating a bunch of carbs...even most of a regular can
    > of
    > coke...I only am at 126 (and I ate ALOT). So...I am just going to have to
    > work with what I have learned and try to learn more.
    > Thanks everybody,
    > Kris
    >

    Kris, do you eat regular meals? On my days off, when I'm not on a schedule,
    I sometimes forget to eat till very late. Occasionally, when I do that, my
    bg falls down into the 70's (normally in the high 80's or 90's) and I feel a
    little dull till I remember to eat.

    John



  10. #10
    Julie Bove Guest

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    "Cougar" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    >I am finally feeling better. Spent the last 3 hours working with eating a
    > little and testing...resting and testing...eating and testing. Didn't go
    > lower than 72 this time, however, I FELT STRANGE...bad! I appreciate all
    > the shares. I know I was scared, which didn't help. My BG is now 126,
    > and
    > I feel normal for the first time since that dental procedure. I don't
    > know,
    > it just didn't set well with me. I don't know if my body was in shock or
    > what, but even after eating a bunch of carbs...even most of a regular can
    > of
    > coke...I only am at 126 (and I ate ALOT). So...I am just going to have to
    > work with what I have learned and try to learn more.


    I can't remember, but... Do you perchance have a thyroid problem? When my
    thyroid was out of whack I had terrible trouble keeping my BG up in normal
    range.



  11. #11
    Cougar Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    John,
    Yes, I eat very frequently, and healthy at that - that's why I don't get
    it...
    Kris

    Kris, do you eat regular meals? On my days off, when I'm not on a schedule,
    I sometimes forget to eat till very late. Occasionally, when I do that, my
    bg falls down into the 70's (normally in the high 80's or 90's) and I feel a
    little dull till I remember to eat.

    John



  12. #12
    Cougar Guest

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    Thought doc ran that test, but see her next week and will be asking for
    sure! Have had TSH test several times, and always "was" ok, but who
    knows...afterall, all my fasting BG tests always came back normal until I
    lost my vision in February and found out I was T2 and A1c came back
    12.6...probably why I am paranoid today...all that business was very
    strange...not even knowing with A1c that high and normal labs...geeze!
    Thanks,
    Kris

    "I can't remember, but... Do you perchance have a thyroid problem? When my
    thyroid was out of whack I had terrible trouble keeping my BG up in normal
    range."



  13. #13
    Loretta Eisenberg Guest

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    Kris, the range you like to be in is a bit too high. Average could be
    80 to 120 or 70 to 110. I feel low at 70. I prefer to be 80 to 120

    Your body is probably adjusting to the better control you have. If you
    feel bad, you should discuss it with your doctor. After being in the
    300s , a number in the 70s could feel like a low. It takes time to get
    used to it.

    Loretta


  14. #14
    Help! My igloo's on FIRE! Guest

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    Julie Bove wrote:
    > "Cougar" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    >> Question: Had dental work done earlier. BG keeps going down since. They
    >> said should not affect my diabetes. It was detail cleaning under gums for
    >> infection (not been to dentist in long time). Very painful and they gave
    >> me
    >> prescription rinse to use. They did MAJOR scraping deep under the gums.
    >> After eating tonight, BG was 96. Felt weird a couple of hours ago and BG
    >> was 89(forearm). Since I still felt weird, and thinking it might be a
    >> low,
    >> I tested out of my finger about 5 minutes later. Finger BG was 79. Now,
    >> I
    >> know some of you think that is perfect number, however, when I go under
    >> 100
    >> I feel bad. In fact, I feel best about 125. Especially eating stew with
    >> crackers, I wouldn't think my BG should be dropping. Anybody had
    >> experience
    >> with major dental stuff and diabetes? Now, I am having panic because the
    >> last time my BG dipped in the 60's, I felt very weak and it freaked me
    >> out,
    >> and I had a panic attack. I treated with the 15 in 15 thing, and went
    >> from
    >> 62 to like 129, so it was all ok. I know since being in the 300s in
    >> March,
    >> that my body is still adjusting. That might be some of why I feel so
    >> strange
    >> under 100, however, I get scared really easily because this is all still
    >> real new to me with these high and low spikes. I was told the dental
    >> stuff
    >> would not affect me, and I am not on "hypo" lowering meds. I have been
    >> averaging like 110-140 for the last couple of months. When should I seek
    >> help tonight if it keeps going lower tonight? I think that trauma/pain
    >> made
    >> it go lower because I have never had any major dental work in my life.
    >> Can
    >> pain cause a low? I am sipping on real coke just a bit right at the
    >> moment
    >> to pull up to maybe 100 at least because I don't like this weird feeling
    >> at
    >> all, and I don't want to be dramatic, but it is still very scary to me.
    >> Thanks,
    >> Suggestions?

    >
    > If you are not on insulin or diabetes lowering drugs, you do not need to
    > seek help. At 79, you could be having an actual hypo. Meters are not 100%
    > accurate. I treat for hypo at 80 or at 100 if I am going to be active
    > because my BG can plummet quickly. So eat 15 g of carbs and rest for 10
    > minutes. If your BG is not up to where you want it to be, or >100, then
    > repeat.
    >
    > Pain does not usually cause a low. If anything it would cause a high. It's
    > possible your BG did spike while you were in the dental chair and then due
    > to the absence of pain, it then dropped. Hard to say though.
    >
    >



    I'd hardly consider 79 hypo Julie, that's about my "ideal" area, where I
    aim to be with low carb eating plus careful morning and night exercise.
    That is in the normal non-diabetic range - where most of my family and
    friends are if we ever get curious and test them. I get really stressed
    when I am receiving treatment for another condition that prevents me
    getting around that area.

    I expect that it more of adjustment to getting back to where she should be,
    it probably feels a bit weird at first.


    David - (Eskimo Joe)

  15. #15
    Rambler 51 Guest

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    Julie Bove Posted:

    >>From what I've read about it, it says it works when you eat and will not
    >>cause a low. Neither will Metformin, but that doesn't mean you won't get >>a low while on them.


    I too have heard that Metformin will not cause a low, but I used to
    get them a couple times a week when on three tabs of Metformin plus
    Byetta10. My doctor was perplexed and so shifted me to insulin
    (Lantus 80 units) plus Starlix 120, and Byetta 10. But this keeps me
    less well controlled unless I reduce my food intake to a weight loss
    level of calories. (1,500-1,600)

    My Question: What is it that could be causing a hypo when on
    Metformin and Byetta? In every case the hypo was occuring in late
    afternoon. Shouldn't the liver be able to release enough glucose to
    prevent the hypo?


  16. #16
    Susan Guest

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    x-no-archive: yes

    Rambler 51 wrote:

    > My Question: What is it that could be causing a hypo when on
    > Metformin and Byetta? In every case the hypo was occuring in late
    > afternoon. Shouldn't the liver be able to release enough glucose to
    > prevent the hypo?
    >


    Recent research posted here indicates that quite a few DMs have adrenal
    abnormalities. Metformin pushed me into severe adrenal suppression
    symptoms, even with high cortisol, due to the effect insulin has of
    reducing the globulin that delivers cortisol to our cells.

    When adrenally suppressed, I experience much lower than expected bg.

    I don't know if that's your problem or not.

    Susan

  17. #17
    Priscilla H. Ballou Guest

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    In article <[email protected]>,
    Alan S <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On Fri, 29 Jun 2007 02:39:24 GMT, "Julie Bove"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >At 79, you could be having an actual hypo.

    >
    > Julie, with all due respect, no she couldn't.
    >
    > For you, who knows, but for the rest of the world that
    > simply isn't true.
    >
    > In mmol/L terms that's 4.4; I see that regularly with no ill
    > effects whatever - but I did get symptoms of lows at that
    > level back when I was first diagnosed, because I was running
    > much higher then.


    For me, it's a number that says, "It's ok to eat if you want to" not
    "Eat something now!"

    Priscilla

  18. #18
    Priscilla H. Ballou Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    In article <oD%gi.14084$XH5.9472@trndny02>,
    "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I suppose it depends on what source you use but I've seen 65 to 75 listed as
    > the numbers to be used for hypos.


    I'd question that source. Under 60, OK that sounds more like it's
    actually moving towards hypo territory, but 65-75 is just low, not hypo.

    Priscilla

  19. #19
    rk Guest

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    Anything UNDER 70mg/dL *IS* a hypo, whether you feel it or not and
    is recommended to treat as a hypo. For me, my doctor puts a hypo at
    anything under 55 I should treat. YMMV.

    --
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    > In article <oD%gi.14084$XH5.9472@trndny02>,
    > "Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> I suppose it depends on what source you use but I've seen 65 to 75
    >> listed as
    >> the numbers to be used for hypos.

    >
    > I'd question that source. Under 60, OK that sounds more like it's
    > actually moving towards hypo territory, but 65-75 is just low, not hypo.
    >
    > Priscilla




  20. #20
    Loretta Eisenberg Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    Help, I believe it is the Starlix. I was on amaryl which is a
    sulphurwhatever drug and the doctor took me off that and just kept me on
    the byetta and metformin.

    I dont remember if Starlix is a sulph

    Loretta


  21. #21
    W. Baker Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    Loretta Eisenberg <[email protected]> wrote:
    : Help, I believe it is the Starlix. I was on amaryl which is a
    : sulphurwhatever drug and the doctor took me off that and just kept me on
    : the byetta and metformin.

    : I dont remember if Starlix is a sulph

    : Loretta

    It is not a sulph, but it acts liek a sort acting one. It pushed
    the beta cells to make more insulin but only for a short period of time,
    unike the sulphs, which are long lasting. As a result it pushes less adn
    doesn't get you hungry with low bgs between meals as the insulin keeps
    coming with the sulphs. You take Staarlix with or a little before a meal
    adn it works to deal with that meal, bu tnot the whole morning, afternoon
    or evening.

    Wendy

  22. #22
    dumb_fishie99 Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    On Jun 28, 7:28 pm, "Cougar" <cougar_rocklighten...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > Question: Had dental work done earlier. BG keeps going down since. They
    > said should not affect my diabetes. It was detail cleaning under gums for
    > infection (not been to dentist in long time). Very painful and they gave me
    > prescription rinse to use. They did MAJOR scraping deep under the gums.
    > After eating tonight, BG was 96. Felt weird a couple of hours ago and BG
    > was 89(forearm). Since I still felt weird, and thinking it might be a low,
    > I tested out of my finger about 5 minutes later. Finger BG was 79. Now, I
    > know some of you think that is perfect number, however, when I go under 100
    > I feel bad. In fact, I feel best about 125. Especially eating stew with
    > crackers, I wouldn't think my BG should be dropping. Anybody had experience
    > with major dental stuff and diabetes? Now, I am having panic because the
    > last time my BG dipped in the 60's, I felt very weak and it freaked me out,
    > and I had a panic attack. I treated with the 15 in 15 thing, and went from
    > 62 to like 129, so it was all ok. I know since being in the 300s in March,
    > that my body is still adjusting. That might be some of why I feel so strange
    > under 100, however, I get scared really easily because this is all still
    > real new to me with these high and low spikes. I was told the dental stuff
    > would not affect me, and I am not on "hypo" lowering meds. I have been
    > averaging like 110-140 for the last couple of months. When should I seek
    > help tonight if it keeps going lower tonight? I think that trauma/pain made
    > it go lower because I have never had any major dental work in my life. Can
    > pain cause a low? I am sipping on real coke just a bit right at the moment
    > to pull up to maybe 100 at least because I don't like this weird feeling at
    > all, and I don't want to be dramatic, but it is still very scary to me.
    > Thanks,
    > Suggestions?
    > Kris


    I'd like to know: what does deep cleaning involve? I heard
    that it usually involves two visits, is that right?

    I just supposedly had one, and paid extra for it, but I don't
    think he did much scraping under the gums. Bogus doctor.


  23. #23
    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    The first time I went low after I started on insulin, I got pretty
    panicky too. I was testing every 5-10 minutes for over an hour... and
    just panicky as heck that it didn't go up again as fast as I thought
    it should.

    But... I know what to do now. I use Sweetarts to treat lows, cause
    they're a lot more pleasant than that nasty glucose gel, and they are
    mostly glucose so still going to raise me relatively quickly. They're
    also smaller than 15g, so I can be more precise. Way cheaper than the
    gel also. And while they are "good" in comparison to the gel, they
    aren't like a favorite food or anything so there's no temptation for
    me in having them around.

    How much glucose you need to raise your bg depends partially on body
    weight. I have verified that each Sweetart raises me about 2.5 mg/
    dL. So... if I want to raise my bg from 75 to 85, I know to eat 4 of
    them (generally speaking, there's also the effect of how much insulin
    of which insulin I took how long ago).

    I treat if I'm under 80 as my current goal for bg is 80-120. I plan
    to revise that to 80-100 over the next few weeks as I learn more.

    Knowing exactly how many Sweetarts to take and exactly how much they
    raise me has let me avoid the panic. A while back, I vomited up after
    taking my insulin... I just tested every hour and corrected with
    Sweetarts as needed. No panic at all! It's just very
    straightforward.

    If you feel best at 120, you should probably aim at 100-120 or so for
    the time being. If your bg has been high for a while, being normal
    can feel like a hypo. Over time, you can revise that downwards; if
    you do it gradually, you're less likely to feel bad.


  24. #24
    Nicky Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    On Wed, 11 Jul 2007 14:03:15 -0700, dumb_fishie99
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I'd like to know: what does deep cleaning involve? I heard
    >that it usually involves two visits, is that right?
    >
    >I just supposedly had one, and paid extra for it, but I don't
    >think he did much scraping under the gums. Bogus doctor.


    If you'd had it, you'd know about it. Unless you had very shallow
    pockets... Closest I've ever been to assaulting a health professional.
    Luckily one treatment - or more likely getting bg under control - has
    sorted the problem for me, cos I'm not going back.
    http://www.healthatoz.com/healthatoz...peri/treat.jsp

    Nicky.

  25. #25
    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 08:55:30 +0100, Nicky <[email protected]>
    wrote:


    >
    >If you'd had it, you'd know about it. Unless you had very shallow
    >pockets... Closest I've ever been to assaulting a health professional.
    >Luckily one treatment - or more likely getting bg under control - has
    >sorted the problem for me, cos I'm not going back.
    >http://www.healthatoz.com/healthatoz...peri/treat.jsp
    >
    >Nicky.


    I figure he just wanted to charge me more to really do it right, which
    is sorta ok because it was still cheaper than going to the "nice &
    gentle" dentist.

    So I ended up with the rough and ready dentist. Man! They had
    to give me four novocaine shots which pretty much did it for me
    for the whole day. *And* those newfangled digital gismos they
    use to xray your teeth make me gag. They should be able to
    to do it the old fashioned way with paper ones if a patient can't
    stand it!

    *And* I had to watch a Sarah Brighton concert to top it all off.
    Waving her arms about singing "you are beautiful yes you are"
    over and over again. ugh.

    I think now I have to look for a more honest dentist which will
    probably cost more.




  26. #26
    Alan S Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 09:40:39 -0700, [email protected]
    wrote:

    >On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 08:55:30 +0100, Nicky <[email protected]>
    >wrote:
    >
    >
    >>
    >>If you'd had it, you'd know about it. Unless you had very shallow
    >>pockets... Closest I've ever been to assaulting a health professional.
    >>Luckily one treatment - or more likely getting bg under control - has
    >>sorted the problem for me, cos I'm not going back.
    >>http://www.healthatoz.com/healthatoz...peri/treat.jsp
    >>
    >>Nicky.

    >
    >I figure he just wanted to charge me more to really do it right, which
    >is sorta ok because it was still cheaper than going to the "nice &
    >gentle" dentist.
    >
    >So I ended up with the rough and ready dentist. Man! They had
    >to give me four novocaine shots which pretty much did it for me
    >for the whole day. *And* those newfangled digital gismos they
    >use to xray your teeth make me gag. They should be able to
    >to do it the old fashioned way with paper ones if a patient can't
    >stand it!
    >
    >*And* I had to watch a Sarah Brighton concert to top it all off.
    >Waving her arms about singing "you are beautiful yes you are"
    >over and over again. ugh.
    >
    >I think now I have to look for a more honest dentist which will
    >probably cost more.
    >
    >


    If you needed novocaine for a clean then I would suspect you
    need to see a podiatrist for a proper analysis and
    treatment.

    If your condition doesn't warrant full cleaning and
    treatment by the podiatrist there will be dental hygienists
    available via the podiatrist for regular full cleaning. As
    mine improved I gradually changed from four visits a year to
    the podiatrist to an annual clean by him and two others by
    his hygienist.

    While thinking about that, read this again:
    http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com/20...and-death.html

    Yeah, I know, I'm an alarmist.

    BTW, instead of movies, my podiatrist has posters of idyllic
    green rainforest scenes on his ceiling and plays classical
    CD's while he works.


    Cheers, Alan, T2, Australia.
    d&e, metformin 1500mg, ezetrol 10mg
    Everything in Moderation - Except Laughter.
    --
    http://loraltraveloz.blogspot.com/
    latest: Mossman Gorge in the Daintree Rainforest
    http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com/
    latest: Self-Testing and Type 2 Management

  27. #27
    Alice Faber Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Alan S <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 09:40:39 -0700, [email protected]
    > wrote:
    >
    > >On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 08:55:30 +0100, Nicky <[email protected]>
    > >wrote:
    > >
    > >
    > >>
    > >>If you'd had it, you'd know about it. Unless you had very shallow
    > >>pockets... Closest I've ever been to assaulting a health professional.
    > >>Luckily one treatment - or more likely getting bg under control - has
    > >>sorted the problem for me, cos I'm not going back.
    > >>http://www.healthatoz.com/healthatoz...sform.jsp?requ
    > >>estURI=/healthatoz/Atoz/dc/caz/enth/peri/treat.jsp
    > >>
    > >>Nicky.

    > >
    > >I figure he just wanted to charge me more to really do it right, which
    > >is sorta ok because it was still cheaper than going to the "nice &
    > >gentle" dentist.
    > >
    > >So I ended up with the rough and ready dentist. Man! They had
    > >to give me four novocaine shots which pretty much did it for me
    > >for the whole day. *And* those newfangled digital gismos they
    > >use to xray your teeth make me gag. They should be able to
    > >to do it the old fashioned way with paper ones if a patient can't
    > >stand it!
    > >
    > >*And* I had to watch a Sarah Brighton concert to top it all off.
    > >Waving her arms about singing "you are beautiful yes you are"
    > >over and over again. ugh.
    > >
    > >I think now I have to look for a more honest dentist which will
    > >probably cost more.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > If you needed novocaine for a clean then I would suspect you
    > need to see a podiatrist for a proper analysis and
    > treatment.


    Periodontist, surely. (And what a whacky spell-checker you have!)

    --
    AF
    "Non Sequitur U has a really, really lousy debate team."
    --artyw raises the bar on rec.sport.baseball

  28. #28
    MI Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!




    On 7/12/07 3:57 PM, in article [email protected],
    "Alan S" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 09:40:39 -0700, [email protected]
    > wrote:
    >
    >> On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 08:55:30 +0100, Nicky <[email protected]>
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>>
    >>> If you'd had it, you'd know about it. Unless you had very shallow
    >>> pockets... Closest I've ever been to assaulting a health professional.
    >>> Luckily one treatment - or more likely getting bg under control - has
    >>> sorted the problem for me, cos I'm not going back.
    >>> http://www.healthatoz.com/healthatoz...sform.jsp?requ
    >>> estURI=/healthatoz/Atoz/dc/caz/enth/peri/treat.jsp
    >>>
    >>> Nicky.

    >>
    >> I figure he just wanted to charge me more to really do it right, which
    >> is sorta ok because it was still cheaper than going to the "nice &
    >> gentle" dentist.
    >>
    >> So I ended up with the rough and ready dentist. Man! They had
    >> to give me four novocaine shots which pretty much did it for me
    >> for the whole day. *And* those newfangled digital gismos they
    >> use to xray your teeth make me gag. They should be able to
    >> to do it the old fashioned way with paper ones if a patient can't
    >> stand it!
    >>
    >> *And* I had to watch a Sarah Brighton concert to top it all off.
    >> Waving her arms about singing "you are beautiful yes you are"
    >> over and over again. ugh.
    >>
    >> I think now I have to look for a more honest dentist which will
    >> probably cost more.
    >>
    >>

    >
    > If you needed novocaine for a clean then I would suspect you
    > need to see a podiatrist for a proper analysis and
    > treatment.
    >
    > If your condition doesn't warrant full cleaning and
    > treatment by the podiatrist there will be dental hygienists
    > available via the podiatrist for regular full cleaning. As
    > mine improved I gradually changed from four visits a year to
    > the podiatrist to an annual clean by him and two others by
    > his hygienist.
    >
    > While thinking about that, read this again:
    > http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com/20...and-death.html
    >
    > Yeah, I know, I'm an alarmist.
    >
    > BTW, instead of movies, my podiatrist has posters of idyllic
    > green rainforest scenes on his ceiling and plays classical
    > CD's while he works.
    >
    >
    > Cheers, Alan, T2, Australia.
    > d&e, metformin 1500mg, ezetrol 10mg
    > Everything in Moderation - Except Laughter.


    Alan, I'm confused. In Australia certain dentists are called podiatrists?
    Here a podiatrist is someone who looks after your feet.

    Martha T2 Canada
    > --
    > http://loraltraveloz.blogspot.com/
    > latest: Mossman Gorge in the Daintree Rainforest
    > http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com/
    > latest: Self-Testing and Type 2 Management



  29. #29
    DonnaB shallotpeel Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    In alt.support.diabetes on Fri, 13 Jul 2007 08:57:22 +1000 in Msg.#
    <[email protected]>, Alan S
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > If you needed novocaine for a clean then I would suspect you
    > need to see a podiatrist for a proper analysis and
    > treatment.


    Periodontist, you mean?

    > If your condition doesn't warrant full cleaning and
    > treatment by the podiatrist there will be dental hygienists
    > available via the podiatrist for regular full cleaning. As
    > mine improved I gradually changed from four visits a year to
    > the podiatrist to an annual clean by him and two others by
    > his hygienist.
    >
    > While thinking about that, read this again:
    > http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com/20...and-death.html
    >
    > Yeah, I know, I'm an alarmist.
    >
    > BTW, instead of movies, my podiatrist has posters of idyllic
    > green rainforest scenes on his ceiling and plays classical
    > CD's while he works.


    --
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    CORRINO. Just began EATING IN THE LIGHT OF THE MOON.

    "Compassion and revenge are two sides of the same coin. Necessity dictates
    which way that coin falls." - Duke Paulus Atreides, DUNE: HOUSE CORRINO,
    Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson [2001]

  30. #30
    Frank t2 Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!


    "MI" <[email protected]> a écrit ...
    >
    >
    > "Alan S" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 09:40:39 -0700, [email protected]
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >>> Nicky <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> If you'd had it, you'd know about it. Unless you had very shallow
    >>>> pockets... Closest I've ever been to assaulting a health professional.
    >>>> Luckily one treatment - or more likely getting bg under control - has
    >>>> sorted the problem for me, cos I'm not going back.
    >>>> http://www.healthatoz.com/healthatoz...sform.jsp?requ
    >>>> estURI=/healthatoz/Atoz/dc/caz/enth/peri/treat.jsp
    >>>>
    >>>> Nicky.
    >>>
    >>> I figure he just wanted to charge me more to really do it right, which
    >>> is sorta ok because it was still cheaper than going to the "nice &
    >>> gentle" dentist.
    >>>
    >>> So I ended up with the rough and ready dentist. Man! They had
    >>> to give me four novocaine shots which pretty much did it for me
    >>> for the whole day. *And* those newfangled digital gismos they
    >>> use to xray your teeth make me gag. They should be able to
    >>> to do it the old fashioned way with paper ones if a patient can't
    >>> stand it!
    >>>
    >>> *And* I had to watch a Sarah Brighton concert to top it all off.
    >>> Waving her arms about singing "you are beautiful yes you are"
    >>> over and over again. ugh.
    >>>
    >>> I think now I have to look for a more honest dentist which will
    >>> probably cost more.
    >>>
    >>>

    >>
    >> If you needed novocaine for a clean then I would suspect you
    >> need to see a podiatrist for a proper analysis and
    >> treatment.
    >>
    >> If your condition doesn't warrant full cleaning and
    >> treatment by the podiatrist there will be dental hygienists
    >> available via the podiatrist for regular full cleaning. As
    >> mine improved I gradually changed from four visits a year to
    >> the podiatrist to an annual clean by him and two others by
    >> his hygienist.
    >>
    >> While thinking about that, read this again:
    >> http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com/20...and-death.html
    >>
    >> Yeah, I know, I'm an alarmist.
    >>
    >> BTW, instead of movies, my podiatrist has posters of idyllic
    >> green rainforest scenes on his ceiling and plays classical
    >> CD's while he works.
    >>
    >>
    >> Cheers, Alan, T2, Australia.
    >> d&e, metformin 1500mg, ezetrol 10mg
    >> Everything in Moderation - Except Laughter.

    >
    > Alan, I'm confused. In Australia certain dentists are called podiatrists?
    > Here a podiatrist is someone who looks after your feet.




    Then what do you call a pediatrician ?

    Tony ? ... Jim ?





  31. #31
    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 19:07:53 -0400, Alice Faber <[email protected]>
    wrote:


    >> If you needed novocaine for a clean then I would suspect you
    >> need to see a podiatrist for a proper analysis and
    >> treatment.

    >
    >Periodontist, surely. (And what a whacky spell-checker you have!)


    maybe that was a referene to foot-and-mouth disease?


    Periodontist, huh? well I'll put that on my list of health things
    to take care of. my teeth are very sensitive because I've
    been brushing too hard and wearing down the enamel.
    He didn't say I've got any gum disease though.

    My teeth feel a lot better now. It was just an awful experience.
    I guess the nice and gentle denstist is worth the money!




  32. #32
    Alan S Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 19:07:53 -0400, Alice Faber
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >In article <[email protected]>,
    > Alan S <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 09:40:39 -0700, [email protected]
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >> >On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 08:55:30 +0100, Nicky <[email protected]>
    >> >wrote:
    >> >
    >> >
    >> >>
    >> >>If you'd had it, you'd know about it. Unless you had very shallow
    >> >>pockets... Closest I've ever been to assaulting a health professional.
    >> >>Luckily one treatment - or more likely getting bg under control - has
    >> >>sorted the problem for me, cos I'm not going back.
    >> >>http://www.healthatoz.com/healthatoz...sform.jsp?requ
    >> >>estURI=/healthatoz/Atoz/dc/caz/enth/peri/treat.jsp
    >> >>
    >> >>Nicky.
    >> >
    >> >I figure he just wanted to charge me more to really do it right, which
    >> >is sorta ok because it was still cheaper than going to the "nice &
    >> >gentle" dentist.
    >> >
    >> >So I ended up with the rough and ready dentist. Man! They had
    >> >to give me four novocaine shots which pretty much did it for me
    >> >for the whole day. *And* those newfangled digital gismos they
    >> >use to xray your teeth make me gag. They should be able to
    >> >to do it the old fashioned way with paper ones if a patient can't
    >> >stand it!
    >> >
    >> >*And* I had to watch a Sarah Brighton concert to top it all off.
    >> >Waving her arms about singing "you are beautiful yes you are"
    >> >over and over again. ugh.
    >> >
    >> >I think now I have to look for a more honest dentist which will
    >> >probably cost more.
    >> >
    >> >

    >>
    >> If you needed novocaine for a clean then I would suspect you
    >> need to see a podiatrist for a proper analysis and
    >> treatment.

    >
    >Periodontist, surely. (And what a whacky spell-checker you have!)


    Aaarghhh! Of course periodontist!!

    Foot-in-mouth disease?


    Cheers, Alan, T2, Australia.
    d&e, metformin 1500mg, ezetrol 10mg
    Everything in Moderation - Except Laughter.
    --
    http://loraltraveloz.blogspot.com/
    latest: Mossman Gorge in the Daintree Rainforest
    http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com/
    latest: Self-Testing and Type 2 Management

  33. #33
    Alan S Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 20:54:21 -0400, DonnaB shallotpeel
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >In alt.support.diabetes on Fri, 13 Jul 2007 08:57:22 +1000 in Msg.#
    ><[email protected]>, Alan S
    ><[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> If you needed novocaine for a clean then I would suspect you
    >> need to see a podiatrist for a proper analysis and
    >> treatment.

    >
    >Periodontist, you mean?


    Yeah, goofed, trying to read and answer 300+ messages in a
    hurry:-)
    >
    >> If your condition doesn't warrant full cleaning and
    >> treatment by the podiatrist there will be dental hygienists
    >> available via the podiatrist for regular full cleaning. As
    >> mine improved I gradually changed from four visits a year to
    >> the podiatrist to an annual clean by him and two others by
    >> his hygienist.
    >>
    >> While thinking about that, read this again:
    >> http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com/20...and-death.html
    >>
    >> Yeah, I know, I'm an alarmist.
    >>
    >> BTW, instead of movies, my podiatrist has posters of idyllic
    >> green rainforest scenes on his ceiling and plays classical
    >> CD's while he works.


    Cheers, Alan, T2, Australia.
    d&e, metformin 1500mg, ezetrol 10mg
    Everything in Moderation - Except Laughter.
    --
    http://loraltraveloz.blogspot.com/
    latest: Mossman Gorge in the Daintree Rainforest
    http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com/
    latest: Self-Testing and Type 2 Management

  34. #34
    Alan S Guest

    Default Re: Kind of an Emergency!

    On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 18:11:21 -0700, [email protected]
    wrote:

    >On Thu, 12 Jul 2007 19:07:53 -0400, Alice Faber <[email protected]>
    >wrote:
    >
    >
    >>> If you needed novocaine for a clean then I would suspect you
    >>> need to see a podiatrist for a proper analysis and
    >>> treatment.

    >>
    >>Periodontist, surely. (And what a whacky spell-checker you have!)

    >
    >maybe that was a referene to foot-and-mouth disease?
    >

    I should have read this first:-)

    >
    >Periodontist, huh? well I'll put that on my list of health things
    >to take care of. my teeth are very sensitive because I've
    >been brushing too hard and wearing down the enamel.
    >He didn't say I've got any gum disease though.
    >
    >My teeth feel a lot better now. It was just an awful experience.
    >I guess the nice and gentle denstist is worth the money!
    >

    Substituting Periodontist for podiatrist, please put that
    high on your list of things to do. Seriously, the
    inter-relationships between that disease and diabetes and
    BG's are too close to mess about with.



    Cheers, Alan, T2, Australia.
    d&e, metformin 1500mg, ezetrol 10mg
    Everything in Moderation - Except Laughter.
    --
    http://loraltraveloz.blogspot.com/
    latest: Mossman Gorge in the Daintree Rainforest
    http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com/
    latest: Self-Testing and Type 2 Management

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