I've noticed the past month that a new layer of fat has grown on the left side of my stomach from insulin injections. I use my leftside because it is not as sensitive because of nerve remapping from a stroke 16 years ago. Why is this happening?
Plus I read that losing weight helps with type 2. I lost 42 pounds a few years ago and all it did was make things worse because I was now dealing with low sugar. Doc said, "wow, you have real diabetes." I gained the weight back from having to do insulin.
I went a year and half eating below 800 calories a day, and gained 20 pounds. But now trying to eat three meals a day, still don't lose weight. I can't afford a gym and I am unable to run or even walk fast. I now have a herniated disc pressing against sciattic nerve and can only walk about 1/4 mile. Seems like I'm in a Catch 22.
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