Pe DIAbetic at 29

By ali.syed3 Latest Reply 2014-09-26 08:53:29 -0500
Started 2014-09-19 14:46:42 -0500

Hello Everyone I m unfortunately a new member in this blog. But i would love to connect with everyone. 3 weeks ago i had my blood work done and my fasting blood glucose level came out to 99 mg/dl. furthermore my insulin level was at 22. which was alot. Doctor told me that I am prediabetic since i have high bad cholestrol and low good cholestrol. I am 29 and its just very heart breaking. I am 5,9 with a weight of 152 lb. no family history of diabetes. six months ago my blood sugar was 84 mg/dl but i dont know what happened in 5 months that i got prediabetic .I guess it happens when it has to happen no one can stop it.I would love to hear everyones story.

8 replies

brazosbelle 2014-09-21 13:14:40 -0500 Report

My husband was pre-diabetic and was able to drop his A1c back to normal by the proper nutrition. Don't give up - you can stop it!

jayabee52 2014-09-19 14:58:32 -0500 Report

Howdy Ali

I was Dx'd in 1995, and am 62, living in Las Vegas NV I manage my T2 with a meal plan and use no diabetes meds to manage my BG levels.

Did you have any questions or concerns for us?

God's best to you


ali.syed3 2014-09-19 15:04:32 -0500 Report

I would love to know a little bit about diet plan and how depressing Was it for you ?

jayabee52 2014-09-19 15:19:37 -0500 Report

Ok Ali.

When first Dx'd in 1995 I was angry and then depressed and I was in denial. My wife at the time pulled me in to the Pastor's office one Sat and threatened to divorce me if I didn't start taking care of my diabetes. That got me on the straight and narrow, and I started taking my Metformin and taking better care of my T2. I eventually had a kidney shutdown and needed to go on NPH insulin and on dialysis. I no longer inject insuiin as I found out I had enough of my own insulin output to manage my BG levels if I ate very carefully.

As far as my meal plan is concerned you may find it here ~ Please do me the kindness of reading it and then posting your thoughts on the replies to the discussion.


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