I did the same, had my diabetes well under control and fell off the wagon with a boom. Back in control now. You can do it too!
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current weight: 1.5 over
Fitness Minutes: (166,625) Posts: 210,680 11/20/12 8:19 P
Hi to all. My husband and I both have diabetes. He is on Glipazide and Actos. I am on Glipazide and Metformin, (which I keep forgetting to take) . Anyway, we both do early morning BS and our numbers are so different, I am usually higher than he is. We usually eat the same thing at meals. Go figure!! Anyway, he wants to know if he eats more sugar, why does his fingers have no feeling in them? Any ideas??? I have been a SP member since March.
Total SparkPoints: 10,114
SparkPoints Level 11
Fitness Minutes: (166,625) Posts: 210,680 11/14/12 11:43 A
RE-ignited Sparker, have been living with Type 2 diabetes for a couple of years now, had it way under control, thought I was smart and got off my meds - now symptoms back and I have realized I am not that smart. Looking to be active in this group, support and lose this foresaken weight and be healthy for life.
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