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Mal37
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Aug 30, 2018 at 10:43 PM
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Birthday:
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Staffordshire
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Retired, but full time carer

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Mal37

Well-Known Member, Female, from Staffordshire

Mal37 was last seen:
Aug 30, 2018
    1.  
      Mal37
      Mal37
      I started on Metformin three times a day and a year ago I was down to just one (which I still take)
    2.  
      63builder
      63builder
      i get this horrible dull headed feeling like trying to concentrate but not being able too .a bit like swimming though thick mud i do not know if this makes sense
    3.  
      63builder
      63builder
      yes on metformin twice a day but the dry mouth and thirst is a sign to me i am high in bg i also have tingles in feet and legs been tired and sleepy all day but put that down to the weather or the opiates from my chronic pain
    4.  
      63builder
      63builder
      frightened to bits tonight myreading of BG was23.4 mmol
      1. Mal37
        Mal37
        It will go down as soon as you know how to control it I can assure you. Please try not to worry. Are you on medication from your GP?
        Apr 27, 2018
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      Mal37
      Mal37
      Type 2 diabetic, diagnosed January 2016
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  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    August 6
    Location:
    Staffordshire
    Occupation:
    Retired, but full time carer
    Type of diabetes:
    Type 2
    Treatment type:
    Tablets (oral)
    Medication:
    Metformin
    Exercise:
    Moderate
    Likes:
    Walking and gardening
    Dislikes:
    Social situations

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    Diagnosed January 2016 after eye test.
    Weight at diagnosis: 10st 10lbs and BMI 26.5
    12/06/2018: weight 9st 7lbs and BMI 23.5
    23/06/2018 weight 9st 2lbs and BMI 22.3
    24/06/2018 weight 9st exactly and BMI 22.1
    I do not know my HbA1c results as I always forget to ask :(
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