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Old 02-20-2018, 17:20   #11
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I'm so sorry there's a possibility of neurological damage - hoping it can be reversed over time. But very glad your visit to the ER was productive as far as diagnosis. It can be so frustrating to have obvious symptoms with no positive lab results.
Hi friend, thanks so much. ER physician was outstanding. Lab results, doesn't always reveal the true story. Reason for tv show mystery diagnoses.

Nothing upsets me more then a non listening physician, I've encountered numerous. I was going nuts seeking answers, possible diabetic neuropathy, hormone imablance, etc.... Most times I was alone, now I know why?

At least now, I can progressively move forward.

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Old 02-21-2018, 08:19   #12
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@Infinite,
Glad to add you to the roster of folks conquering diabetes. Continue to do your due diligence, fight the good fight and know you have got friends rootin' for ya!


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Old 02-21-2018, 10:14   #13
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Glad to add you to the roster of folks conquering diabetes. Continue to do your due diligence, fight the good fight and know you have got friends rootin' for ya!

Thanks friend, you do the same as well, rootin for ya to, thanks for support.

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Old 02-26-2018, 17:10   #14
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Hi, I'm type II diabetic, which developed after TT several years back. Mid 2017, my A1c elevated to 8.1, since then I decreased to 6.5, but developed a shaking condition non stop 24/7, as my numbers drop shaking gets worse.

I enjoy 3D graphics, music (drums) and drag racing.
Welcome Infinite. This is a great place to come for support. I was diagnosed last May. I still think of myself as a newbie . My numbers were real high, but my numbers went down by the time I went for my follow-up. I have an appt in Apr, and I will have to do more lab work. I am confident that my A1C will also be lower than what it was.

Hope to see you around .

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Old 03-01-2018, 13:55   #15
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Hi friend, thanks. Agree, very supportive forum. Good luck, wishing you well on your journey.

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Hi, I'm type II diabetic, which developed after TT several years back. Mid 2017, my A1c elevated to 8.1, since then I decreased to 6.5, but developed a shaking condition non stop 24/7, as my numbers drop shaking gets worse.

I enjoy 3D graphics, music (drums) and drag racing.
Welcome from Nova Scotia Canada!

It this still true and repeatable? ie can you make your shakes better with high blood sugar? or high carbs with low blood sugar?

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