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    Join Date: May 2012

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    Default Diabetes room , Post here if you suffer

    Hi people , Do you have Diabetes

    If you do share you problems and also what you eat ,

    Menus ,

    recipe's

    I'm bored with eating bloody salad
    Please note , I cant spell , now you all know

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    Bit quiet so far Allen, maybe everyone else likes salad

    My mate was diagnosed with type 2 a couple of years ago, and he reckons this medication he's on has made him intolerant of dairy. If he just had a bit of milk in a brew he'd immediately be running to the bog for a dump - the effect is instant. Same with beer too
    I just dropped in, to see what condition my condition was in

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    I think this thread is a good idea, we probably have quite a few members with diabetes or who have diabetic family members.
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    And could be very useful for those who have been recently diagnosed.
    I just dropped in, to see what condition my condition was in

    T/T: Inspire Monarch, X200 tonearm, Ortofon 2M Black. Phono: Yaqin MS-22B CD: Marantz CD6006 (UK Edition); Headphone/pre: Myryad Z40; Amp: Audion Silver Night 300b stereo
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    Echo Dot, Amptastic Mini-1, Celestion 5's, BK XLS-200 DF

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    Lol - what are yooz loike?

    Maybe I should start a thread for healthy bastards, with fuck all wrong with them, and who sleep like babies?

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    AOS is a "Good Thing"

    Long may it continue. (speaking as...Luckily...a non Diabetic)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Lol - what are yooz loike?

    Maybe I should start a thread for healthy bastards, with fuck all wrong with them, and who sleep like babies?

    Marco.
    And maybe we should start a thread about mental health, so you wouldn't feel left out
    I just dropped in, to see what condition my condition was in

    T/T: Inspire Monarch, X200 tonearm, Ortofon 2M Black. Phono: Yaqin MS-22B CD: Marantz CD6006 (UK Edition); Headphone/pre: Myryad Z40; Amp: Audion Silver Night 300b stereo
    Speakers: Zu Omen Def. Cables: Atlas Equator interconnects, Atlas Hyper 3.0 speaker cables

    T'other system:
    Echo Dot, Amptastic Mini-1, Celestion 5's, BK XLS-200 DF

    A/V:
    LG 55" OLED, Panasonic Blu Ray, Sony a/v amp, MA Radius speakers, REL Storm sub

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    I was diagnosed with Type II several years ago and was put on Gliclazide. But since I never experienced a 'hypo' I was taken off it. I now manage things by being careful with my diet: watching the amount of saturated fat; sugar; salt and, alcohol. Plenty of fish, and starchy foods: pasta, rice and potatos, and plenty of fresh vegetables and fruit. With this regime, my blood sugar levels are the same as those of a normal healthy person (Hab1c < 40).
    Barry

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    Forgive my ignorance, but does diabetes treatment involve several different medications, where certain ones work for some folk but have adverse effects for others? I don't know the name of what my mate takes, but I will find out. Maybe he needs to try an alternative (if there is one), as getting the shits from drinking one beer is no way to live...
    I just dropped in, to see what condition my condition was in

    T/T: Inspire Monarch, X200 tonearm, Ortofon 2M Black. Phono: Yaqin MS-22B CD: Marantz CD6006 (UK Edition); Headphone/pre: Myryad Z40; Amp: Audion Silver Night 300b stereo
    Speakers: Zu Omen Def. Cables: Atlas Equator interconnects, Atlas Hyper 3.0 speaker cables

    T'other system:
    Echo Dot, Amptastic Mini-1, Celestion 5's, BK XLS-200 DF

    A/V:
    LG 55" OLED, Panasonic Blu Ray, Sony a/v amp, MA Radius speakers, REL Storm sub

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    Yes, there are several meds that can be prescribed. I think what is prescribed depends on the severity of the condition.

    But if your friend has a problem with his meds, then he ought to discuss it with his GP.
    Barry

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