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sugarbaby-01

Newbie, Female, from cheshire

Why is my head feeling muzzy? what is the cause of this? Jul 26, 2015

sugarbaby-01 was last seen:
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    1.  
      catherinecherub
      catherinecherub
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      sugarbaby-01
      sugarbaby-01
      Why is my head feeling muzzy? what is the cause of this?
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      sugarbaby-01
      sugarbaby-01
      Newly Diagnosed and need advice
      1. noblehead
        noblehead
        Jul 26, 2015
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    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    July 28
    Location:
    cheshire
    Occupation:
    Got one!
    Type of diabetes:
    Type 2
    Treatment type:
    Tablets (oral)
    Medication:
    Metformin & diet
    Exercise:
    walking ! swimming - considering joining the gym locally in order to reduce my BG
    Likes:
    computer games , reading, socialising,
    Dislikes:
    Ignorant people
    Diagnosed this week - 21/7 - a shock to say the least ! wasn't feeling too good, but have been monitored re rise in blood sugars over the last few years - Im one of them, it wont happen ever - and blow me, results of fasting blood test reveal Im a type 2 diabetic!!!!
    Feel abandoned by the doctors - was given a talk about it for half an hour allocated by the nurse then sent on my way, so Ive been to the library and got books on the subject for a little light reading.
    My partner thinks im jumping the gun because ive gone and got books and bought a blood reading meter - took it back as im not sure I need it - advice please would be gratefully received !
    Doctor has prescribed Metformin and diet - but wasn't offered nothing else - ooh the nurse gave me a booklet on diabetes - get on with it. I need answers to my questions its all new to me and daunting!
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