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Undiagnosed but high blood sugar

Discussion in 'Ask A Question' started by Ballofwool, Jun 2, 2015.

  1. Rillum

    Rillum Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    How much vitamin d did the doctor tell you to take?
     
  2. Lamont D

    Lamont D Reactive hypoglycemia · Master

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    Do as the specialist says and take the vitamins and see what happens. Once you get your vitamin deficiency sorted, the move forward from there.
    It is odd that little things little vitamin deficiency can be a blood glucose problem, anything that upsets the balance, an upward trend is the usual outcome.
    Hope you get sorted soon.

    Have you seen our new RH forum?
     
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  3. 2131tom

    2131tom Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    I hope you don't mind me dipping into the middle of this thread for a moment: Whilst trawling the site I came across this post on the thread from a few months ago and clicked in the link. Very interesting, serious and scientific until I came to the colour chart.

    On scrolling down through the various colours of urine and their likely causes, I came to the one marked "PURPLE". It was a lovely rich royal purple too.

    By way of explanation, the text says: "There's no such thing as purple urine".

    That really tickled my funny-bone and put me in mind of the scientists at the National Physical Laboratory who host an online atmospheric pressure site where, amongst other things, you can check your home barometer for accuracy at:
    http://resource.npl.co.uk/pressure/pressure.html

    In amongst the staid scientific stuff it says: "there is no need to tap the screen"

    Have a good day
     
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