I need to know more about diabetes. What to do to keep the bs down. Do You ever get off the medication once you are on it. How important is it to keep your feet covered? What other complications can come from this illness? and What to look for? Can these illness be passed on to children, and if it can, how can you avoid it, if possible? There are so many truly important questions. I don't see anyone asking them anymore. Why are the morning numbers sometimes high, and sometimes low? Will they or should they be the same throughout the day? I don't know all the questions and certainly all the answers so it would help if people would start posting pertitent information. I don't even know if we should have a diabetes specialist or if there is such a thing; so far, our family doctors handle all this. What about cardiac problems and diabetes? Is there a connection there? We need new discussion topics to discuss these issues, because they are not being discussed. I really hate to complain, but we need to get back to the reason we are here. Even I got caught up in all the emotions of the site, but, that should be secondary; unless, like mood swings people have or some other problems are related to the illness. It is too confusing. I know people have mood swings and other relate problems, as do I, but lately I have been spending most of my time on this site trying to make people feel better, by answering the recent posts, and not enough information gathering. So please help me better to understand this disease, There are so many more questions and unanswered important related subjects. Lets go for Diabetes First.
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