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Take care, Debbie 1 Report this reply to debbie27473 ★2 grammyjo debbie27473 • over a year ago I'm the same way can't have any thing touch my legs my fiancée tried Avoid the “vomit sell” – don’t dump your product on people. For my other meals, I'm able to handle about 56 grams carb, but again I don't really eat it all at the meal. Don't listen to anything that person has to say because they do not know what they are talking about.

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It’s not so crowded and people might actually listen to you. Absolutely not. Your BIL has to take a long-acting type of insulin that will keep his fasting and pre-meal blood glucose in a healthy range (the closer to 100 mg/dl the better). Hope u can get something more cause they won't do much for u xxx 0 Report this reply to Lindieloo ★3 ooops64 grammyjo • over a year ago I have progressed

That diet got changed in a hurry - by my refusing to follow it. He is an out of control type 2 diabetic. Daya This page may be out of date. It's the accumulation of those small steps in our weakest moments that put us ahead of others.

The only way to progress is to take action, any action, towards your goals. I am surprised that your BIL is on these particular insulins. Make sure when you finally get in front of that key decision maker, you are in control and know clearly how to get the best results from the meeting and lead During the day, I have realized that resting anything on my lap (even something light) starts the rls off.

Many of us just can't take that many carbs, especially in the morning. If he gets hungry between meals he should add healthy fats like bacon, nuts, olive oil and avocados TO his meals, not snack between meals if he can avoid it. I'M A CHAMPION !History will remember me, and I will not have to worry about him being kind. The more you take time to fine-tune your solution to the specifics of each situation, the more you are truly connecting and going to get better results. (7) Real R.O.I: this

What kind of doctor leaves her out-of-control patient hanging like that??? Be clear on the absolute best fit of client and don’t get distracted by quick wins, if it takes you off course. Then throw in the infection and you have several things working on the blood sugar all of that can either raise or lower him. The laws of the land are very clear on where the powers of each union resides.

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It would be good if you could find out the Lantus/Levemir situation.

When I call into his endo to report that he's dropping every day and he's having morning highs, she won't respond. Revisit your prospects in a timely fashion and help to move them forward. Isolated on white background. Since he became ill, his sugars have gone absolutely crazy.

Search Patient Search Connect with us Twitter Pinterest Youtube Google+ Facebook Like us on Facebook! The amount of insulin you need when you are fasting (first thing in the morning and several hours after each meal) is called "basal" insulin. Remember the guy who gave up? Exhausted and tired businessman sleeping in office at laptop.

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Don't try to adjust the post-prandial or sliding scale insulin until you get the basal dose worked out. business owner if you’re a sole trader, or without sales person) are focus and drive – know where you’re going and stick with it, relentlessly. His A1C is currently 9!!! jsandell and Scarfgal like this.

Although the ones you mention do work and they did keep diabetes under control for decades, there are newer types of insulin now available that are more convenient and give more What basal and bolus insulin is he on? When my boyfriend woke up and I wasn't in bed he went to look for me he found me coming out of the bathroom he said I walked right by him Sign in Home Discussion Forums Brain and nerves Restless Legs Syndrome 4 Users in this discussion +4 following Follow this discussion ★2 grammyjo 119 points frustrated and desperate for relief Posted

Enhanced license should be for larger print runs or advertising. She took him off the metformin that was causing him to throw up every day, changed his insulin types and the amounts. Once he gets his basal/bolus doses worked out, he should be able to eat a reasonable amount of carbs per meal (probably 20-30 gm/meal) to feel satisfied and still keep his I'd test a couple of hours later to make sure I wasn't staying too high.

So I just have to find my way through and recognize the good in it.633 Views · View Upvotes · Answer requested by Kathy Li Anshuman Bhattacharjee, studied at Delft University Smiling businessman looks through binoculars and espies business.Isolated on white background Similar Images See all Stressed Asian Business man due to the of amount of work he has to do.