Diabetes - Type 2 :: HSBAG Reactive

Aug 7, 2014

I am facing HBSAG Reactive infected When Blood donated its was detected as HBSAg Reactive, , and even i didn’t face any symptoms till now.

Last month I have taken check-up with Physician doctor suggest  test of Heliogram Complete Test, and its result all are normal and fine ...

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Diabetes :: Type 1 & Type 2 - Insulin And Metformin?

So I am a type 1 diabetic where I take insulin injectables for my insulin needs.  I have taken shots for as long as I remember, well now I am 15 years old and my mom is diabetic.  I see that she takes pills for her diabetes.  She says she is type 2 diabetic.  I want to know why she can take pills and I have to take shots?  She is on Metformin so I would like to forego the shots and take the pills. 

I would like the effects of the Metformin so I know how it would help me with my diabetes.  I want to start on it as soon as I can.  I would be able to go places without having to take a shot all the time.  I need to go to somewhere private and leave my friends when I do my shot. 

With the medication I don't have to do that.  Does anyone know about Metformin and can tell me about the side effects and stuff? 

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Pregnancy :: Gestational Diabetes Related To Type 1 Diabetes In Children?

I'm scared that all the sweets I crave and eat throughout the day will cause me to have GD.

but even worse, I'm wondering whether that could cause my baby to be born with type 1 diabetes? what are the effects of GD on the baby?

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Diabetes Type 1 :: Using Metformin

I just wondered if someone could give me some information on taking metformin with type 1 diabetes? I’m currently using lantus and everything seems fine with my bloods and I’ve got good control, but one of my friends is also type 1 and just started using metformin as well as her insulin. I’m just a bit confused cos I thought that was for type 2’s and wondered why she was taking it? Also, if she’s taking it, should I be? Or is it just specific people. If it means I’ve got less chance of getting other problems with my diabetes I’d take it, it’s just that no-one’s ever mentioned it me.

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How To Reverse Type 2 Diabetes

Any solution that can possibly reverse the diabetes. How can I prove this, I also suffered from diabetes for over 15 years with blood sugar that sometimes rose to 400,then in 2015,I discovered a natural herbal supplement which I had to mix with lime. In less than 2 months of usage I began to see significant positive changes which ultimately led to me being diabetes free.

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Reversing Type 2 Diabetes - Possible?

I have found out that if I lose all my weight, excess weight, that I carry around that I can rid of type 2 diabetes.  It would reverse the diabetes so that I don't have it anymore! This would be great so that when I get down to 125 i don't have to watch what I eat anymore I hope to start up a web page of my journey so that other diabetics can also stop being diabetic and live again!

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Diabetes :: Can A Non-type 2 Get A Hypo?

I was wondering... can a non-type 2 get a hypo?  My sister says she can't get a hypo.  She was just diagnosed with type 1 not too long ago.  She seems to think that sense she is insulin dependent that she won't have hypos since her blood sugars are always high.  I think she may still have hypos at some point. 

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Diabetes - Type 2 :: Low Energy Through Out The Day

Remain tired and very low energy through the out the day. Take 21u insulin, met doing 75m ER, actos.

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Diabetes - Type 1 :: Pump Or MDI ? Which Is Better For 7 Years Old

Which of them is better  for 7 years old boy?

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Lipitor Causes The Type 2 Diabetes - Proven?

I know several people that was taking lipitor 20 & 40 mg. I want to know if it's been proven that lipitor caused the type 2 diabetes

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Type 2 Diabetes - Mum Getting Lows Although On Metformin

My mum is a recently diagnosed type II diabetic and although she's tried to control it with her diet she's still ended taking metformin. She takes them with her meals like she’s been told, but she’s still getting sugar lows and feeling dizzy and shaky. She doesn’t drink that much and I can’t don’t know enough about it.

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Type 1 Diabetes And Metformin Along With Injection?

I have type 1 diabetes and take insulin for this. I have had diabetes for a long time and I am very use to my injection regime. My doctor has now said that I need to take metformin alongside, but I thought metformin was for type 2 diabetes.

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Metformin In Type 1 Diabetes? Along With Insulin?

I’m a type 1 diabetic and have been since I was 10. I got it after I’d had a virus so have been using and injecting different insulins since then. But recently my doctor has suggested that I start taking metformin cos I’ve had a few problems keeping my bloods okay over the past few months. I thought you didn’t need metformin if you were a type 1 diabetic – I thought it was just for type 2’s?

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Overweight Diabetes Type 2 - Workout?

I am a diabetic type 2 patient, and I am overweight by about 75 pounds.  I am eating 2 carb units at breakfast, 3-4 at lunch, and 3-4 at dinner.  I want to start exercising but I don't know what workout would work best for me?  I haven't done an exercise program since I was in high school so this will be a big deal for me.  Is there exercises that I shouldn't be doing that would be bad since I am a diabetic? 

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Diabetes Type 1 And SR Metformin Along With Insulin?

I have a doctor who wants me to take SR Metformin . I am a type 1 diabetic and I already take insulin.  When I was 6 I developed it.  I have taken shots since then.  Now that I am 25 my doctor wants to see of Metformin will help me.  I am a bit overweight and not skinny like I was in childhood.  He thinks I will benefit from this pill.  What do u all think?  Is it a good idea to be on a pill along with the insulin I take?  I don't know if anyone else who is type 1 does this too.  It would be nice to know if I can be ok on both.  What is SR?  I have heard of Metformin but never with the SR in its name.  I hope someone knows about this.  I have a friend in Maine that has type 1 but doesn't need any pills to go along with his insulin. 

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Diabetes Type 2 - Best Time To Take Metformin?

I am still "technically" considered pre-diabetic. I take 500 mg of Metformin a day. Can anyone tell me what is the best time to take it? I have read several post that say to take it with the biggest meal of the day, is that the general consensus? Is there anything else I should consider?

Yesterday, I took my dose at the usual 6 o'clock, but I wasn't able to eat until around 8 (I know this is not ideal). My bg was still 143 until around 1:30 am.

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Diabetes :: Hypos On Metformin (Type 2)

I'm on Metformin for my diabetes but have lost weight over the past 2 years, at my last annual check up I expected they would review my meds due to the weight loss but they say that my blood sugars are good and they want to keep me on the Metformin as its working and doing its job well. Increasingly over the last couple of months I've been experiencing what only seems like 'low blood sugars' dizzy spells, extreme hunger pangs that make me experience nausea (like the morning sickness nausea that low blood sugars cause whilst pregnant) so I bought some test sticks for my glucose meter this week and have been testing since yesterday. So far it seems my blood sugars are on the low scale, not quite what you would call hypo levels but considering I've only taken them whilst sat at home or at my desk I would imagine they probably drop lower when I'm active. 3hrs after eating yesterday they were 4.1 (74), and this morning 1.5hrs after my morning coffee they were 4.9 (88), whilst I know these aren't that low I have read that some people suffer symptoms in the '4' range of blood sugars - I've been told that I will not suffer Hypos on Metformin, but with these readings I am starting to think that maybe I might be now suffering with low blood sugars even though I'm eating a well balanced diet throughout the day. Does anyone else experience symptoms at these levels or on Metformin?

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Diabetes - Type 1 :: Places To Inject

How many different places should I use for injection. When I was first diagnosed I only used arms and legs, however they are starting to hurt a lot when I use them. Should I start using my sides?

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Diabetes :: Type 2, Should I Have To Start Using Medication

I am 74 years old and I'm having diabetes type 2 for last 4 years, than i have controlled my diabetes with proper diet and exercise without using any medication. but nowadays this seems not be working any longer, as my HbA1c level is above the normal range that is 7+ ....

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Pregnancy :: Gestational Diabetes - What Type Of Diet

I'm 17 weeks and I have gestational diabetes and it is getting worse , what type of diets are out there that I can take?

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Diabetes Type 2 :: Insulin Sensitivity And Resistance


I have symptoms of Type 2 and insulin resistance, including reactive hypoglycemia (RHG) as shown by the lab results below. I also have poor lipid values (bad LDL/HDL), low SHBG and a resulting testosterone deficiency that started in my teens. Both my mom and sister have PCOS.
2 hour OGTT results:

Fasting glucose, insulin: 79 mg/dL, 2.5 uIU/mL

75 g glucose, then (glucose, insulin):

+0:30: 116 mg/dL, 35.0 uIU/mL
+1:00: 83 mg/dL, 17.5 uIU/mL
+2:00: 56 mg/dL, 6.4 uIU/mL

A1c: 5.2% (weird, if my blood sugar is so "normal")

* highlighted = out of lab range

My insulin looks very low. Are these low numbers for insulin? If so, why would I get RHG from insulin so low?

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