summertime how to deal with it when u dont eat much then

angela d
By angela d Latest Reply 2010-02-12 12:01:44 -0600
Started 2010-02-12 11:38:30 -0600

i would like some advice im new to diabeties and over the summer when i was onawre of my condtion i spent alot of the summer dizzy always wanting to pass out hot see i also have ibs so in the summer i do not eat much cause i get sick so over the summer i would be useless i would have to drink a few glasses of HC to help get rid of the headaches i hope someone has some ideas cause i also do not have ac too much money

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MAYS 2010-02-12 12:01:22 -0600 Report

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ptsparkle 2010-02-12 11:54:33 -0600 Report

Love those Indian tribe named towns. I was born and raised across the Sound on Long Island, with a ton of Indian named towns. Perhaps you were suffering from either Highs or lows with your blood sugars. It's important to test often, eat properly, and don't skip meals. Others will post links where help might be available for low income, no insurance situations. Stand by for help and infoemation, it will be coming.

angela d
angela d 2010-02-12 12:01:44 -0600 Report

thanks i do have insurance but its not the graetest im gonna disscuus it with my doc i figured there would be advice from people who have dealt with these the doc dont have it so what can he say

MAYS 2010-02-12 11:50:35 -0600 Report

The key to surviving type 2 diabetes is to monitor and manage your blood glucose level through your diet, unless instructed otherwise by your doctor.
When you are feeling dizzy or faint, do you check your glucose level, it's very important because if it is too low or too high you are at risk for many complications, the most severe being a possible coma and or death.

I may be criticized for being blunt but diabetes if uncontrolled is just as blunt.
Have you discussed this with your doctor or dietician ?

angela d
angela d 2010-02-12 11:59:41 -0600 Report

thanks for the advice but see my delema is in the summer i cant eat much cause i get stomach problems that are not fun if get what im sayin i do have an appiontme t next week

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