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KennyA
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KennyA

Well-Known Member, Male, from Yorkshire

Diagnosed T2 December 2019. Normal HbA1c April 2020. In remission April 2021. Jan 22, 2022 at 7:25 PM

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Viewing thread Help, guidance & honest advice required please, Jan 25, 2022 at 2:53 PM
    1. KennyA
      KennyA
      Diagnosed T2 December 2019. Normal HbA1c April 2020. In remission April 2021.
    2. Sassy164
      Sassy164
      Hello --- Had to chanhe user name to Sassy164
      1. KennyA
        KennyA
        Gotcha. Hope this is useful.
        Nov 23, 2021
      2. Sassy164
        Sassy164
        Just trying to figure out where/how i post on the forum
        Nov 23, 2021
      3. KennyA
        KennyA
        Start in the greetings and introductions bit. What people will be looking for is stuff like what type you are, how long you've had it - thi s is mainly to stop people telling you stuff you already know. I had a newly dx'd T2 telling me this monththat low-carb was worth a try. So go on the Greetings bit and then click on "start a new thread" and type what you want.
        Nov 23, 2021
    3. KennyA
      KennyA
      Diagnosed T2 December 2019. In remission April 2021.
    4. KennyA
      KennyA
      Type 2 In Remission
    5. KennyA
      KennyA
      Diagnosed T2 December 2019. In remission April 2021.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Yorkshire
    Occupation:
    Retired Civil Servant
    Type of diabetes:
    Type 2 (in remission!)
    Treatment type:
    Diet only
    Medication:
    None
    Exercise:
    Walking, gardening, pilates. walking football....
    Admin for Low-Carb Skipton group Facebook page
    Had both instalments of the AstraZeneca jab. No after effects apart from feeling very cold off and on....still getting the chills several months on, plus my arm still aches where the injection went in.

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    Type 2, diagnosed Dec 2019
    In Remission
    https://www.diabetes.co.uk/forum/blog/kennya.517579/

    2015: HbA1c 45
    2017: HbA1c 47
    Sept 2019: HbA1c 50
    Jan 2020: HbA1c 49
    April 2020: HbA1c 36
    Nov 2020: HbA1c 37
    April 2021: HbA1c 36
    August 2021: HbA1c 38
    October 2021; HbA1c 38

    Jan 2020: 110kg
    Nov 2020: 106kg
    April 2021: 102kg
    October 2021; 100kg

    No medication
    Keto and IF

    Low-carb Skipton - meets monthly at the Rendezvous Hotel
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