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Old 08-09-2018, 22:57   #11
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btw, I'm T2 currently managing mg BG with keto diet and metformin.

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My son has still not been diagnosed correctly they said originally back on the 28 march this year they though he was type 1 gave him insulin, but since 30 April he has been on no insulin and no medication as his GB readings dropped and since doing great with normal readings every day waiting for his gAD test results...

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I would love to speak to others who manage type 1 with no insulin or meds

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I would love to speak to others who manage type 1 with no insulin or meds
I'm pretty sure that's not possible. Perhaps in the very early honeymoon stage of LADA lowering carbs may work okay, but eventually one would need insulin.

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no correctly Diagnosed type 1's can go on without insulin (oral meds alone wont make difference in type 1)

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Depending on what I eat, in most cases, I am under 120 at 2/hrs.
But I don't do LCHF. I eat plenty of fruits and veggies, plus wheat, grains and rice.

I worry about the A1C. Speaking of, I did the home test yesterday and in was 5.5.
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Depending on what I eat, in most cases, I am under 120 at 2/hrs.
But I don't do LCHF. I eat plenty of fruits and veggies, plus wheat, grains and rice.

I worry about the A1C. Speaking of, I did the home test yesterday and in was 5.5.
With an A1C of 5.5, and with all the carbs you eat - doesn't appear you are diabetic.

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With an A1C of 5.5, and with all the carbs you eat - doesn't appear you are diabetic.
I keep trying to convince myself of that too. But I was very diabetic at one point. Here are my diagnosis labs (I think I posted them). My weight loss, exercise and diet change corrected my diabetic problem.
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I would be concerned if it was 110 or more.

being in ketosis, I dont eat carbs for the most part so my BG doesnt really react badly

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