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I am a patient of type 2 diabetes. I am curious & happy to go through this discovery!
It’s a very exited news!
Can control sugher level
At the end of April, I suddenly had a hypo about 2 hours after my evening meal. It happened again and again over the next month. Earlier in the year I was using 60 units of insulin twice per day. When I could reach a doctor or diabetic nurse, all they said was reduce your insulin. It’s down to 22 units and I still had hypos 2 days running this week. No one seems interested in finding why this is happening and I don’t know where to turn. This article pretty much sounds,like what I’m going through. I’d be grateful if someone would contact me
I am a 72 yr old type 2. From 23 and me it showed one gene for diabetes. I have a 3rd great grandfather who had it. My aditional problem is Im long term sever asmatic. Steroids make t numbers go off t charts. Im allergic to preservatives so I can’t take insulin. Im very active and with in my weight range. When off steroids I control w starlinks and herbs. It would be great to have a med that I dont react to. Drs say my D is steroid induced. Let me know if U need someone to try a new drug.
I am finding it hard to to regulate my blood sugars. I am on insulin and I struggle more now. I have tried fasting three times a week but I get so hungry I am up in the night eating. It seems constantly battling. I feel really down with it all.
My sugar levels spike hugely after food regardless of medication. I mentioned this to the doctor but he seemed not a bit concerned. Personally I feel this is the time the damage is done causing neuropathy, hairloss, organ damage etc. I was interested in your research…
I have type 2 diabetes but I used to eat everything but not that much whenever i eat and I used to take medicine for diabetes but not that high MG. So, better not to try it to cure forever but we should try it to keep maintained in normal position. So keeping control in normal position is better then to cure.
Vitamin D which is an insulin managing hormone plas a key role in eliminating type 2 diabetes
What do you recommend after you identify gene? All pills and insulin do not help me. And the side effects are horrible ruining your quality of life.
can crispr gene therapy get my diabetes gone? I’m so miserable
I recently read that a vitamin d deficiency also slows transport of GLUT4.
Would love to hear of any future developments. I have recently been diagnosed pre diabetic. My Grandmother, Father, Sister had it. My brother has it now, and a daughter inlaw had gestational diabetes and is diabetic now.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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