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GOOD news!!! You can do it!

Discussion in 'Newly Diagnosed' started by Merluna, Dec 12, 2012.

  1. Merluna

    Merluna · Active Member

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    Hi all just wanted to share my news! Only 2 months after diagnosis with hpa1c of 16 my bloods have come back normal, no action!
    I'm so pleased, I have worked really hard, lost a stone and feel fantastic! On metformin 2gram a day and had no nasty side effects at all.
    All you newly diagnosed, I cried for about a week after diagnosis but you just have to pick yourselves up, follow advice and take control!
    :0D
     
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    Merluna · Active Member

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    Fasting bg was 16 sorry hpa1c was 12! Giddy with excitement! Lol
     
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    nataliegage · Active Member

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    Lovely to hear your results and glad you're so much better. As you say you have to take Control, oterwise it will controlyou and then .............................

    Best wishes


    xxx :thumbup:
     
  4. Karen.G.

    Karen.G. Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Fantastic result - well done :clap:
     
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