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Old 12-13-2012, 19:22   #1
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Went to see the cdm today she was very please with grafts numbers etc.Then I told her I was low carbing she picked up all numbers under 5.6 and was not please when she found the 3.6 and 4.1. I must eat potatoes, rice,cereal and bread and not totogo below

 
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Went to see the cdm today she was very please with grafts numbers etc.Then I told her I was low carbing she picked up all numbers under 5.6 and was not please when she found the 3.6 and 4.1. I must eat potatoes, rice,cereal and bread and not totogo below
Aren't they CUTE when they get like that ... not.

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[QUOTE=jencrafts;133693]Went to see the cdm today she was very please with grafts numbers etc.Then I told her I was low carbing she picked up all numbers under 5.6 and was not please when she found the 3.6 and 4.1. I must eat potatoes, rice,cereal and bread and not to go below 5.6. So now I have to see the main dietition at another surgery so I can understand MY diet but she did keep all my charts and graphs that she was SO pleased with before I told her how

 
 
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Do these 'learned' professionals have any suggestions on how non-diabetic folks manage to thrive at blood sugar levels of 65-70? If it's good enough for them, it's good enough for us.




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Honestly. Doctors hate to hear when something works but THEY didn't recommend it. Sad.

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Do these 'learned' professionals have any suggestions on how non-diabetic folks manage to thrive at blood sugar levels of 65-70? If it's good enough for them, it's good enough for us.
If that is below 5.1 sorry cannot covert to your levels my organs are going to suffer and I won't be in control funny really as at the start when reading difference in 9 wks she was smiling and happy it was then I dropped my bombshell low Carb oh yes I am likely to have a bad hypo as not having the signals now.

 
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If that is below 5.1 sorry cannot covert to your levels my organs are going to suffer and I won't be in control funny really as at the start when reading difference in 9 wks she was smiling and happy it was then I dropped my bombshell low Carb oh yes I am likely to have a bad hypo as not having the signals now.

When I see the main dietition I an honestly going to say what I think in the yrs of this lurk diebetis I have had no help from her, the only help I have is from my family Dr. As a former medical surgical worker I know the correct procedures and protocol so I will use then. Oh yes and UK is now going over to the international standard of measuremen my Hba1 is now 64 it was100 when I joined forum

 
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Honestly. Doctors hate to hear when something works but THEY didn't recommend it. Sad.
not only did they not recommend it, they are completely foxed by it. Anything that defies your beliefs usually is.

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