DIABETIC TYPE 2 & MONTHLY PERIODS

Peachieking
By Peachieking Latest Reply 2010-04-19 21:27:26 -0500
Started 2010-02-17 01:09:07 -0600

HAS ANYONE HAD THIS PROBLEM WHEN THEY HAD TYPE PRE DIABETES & NOW PERIODS DON'T WANNA (STOP)? NOW I'M LOSING WEIGHT & STILL BACK @ IT AGAIN. UGH! ONE TIME IT WAS OVER A MONTH.


7 replies

kartist1
kartist1 2010-04-19 21:27:26 -0500 Report

Hang in there. Your body is going through some adjustments. Remember to stay on track with your med's.
Keith

Peachieking
Peachieking 2010-02-18 17:25:50 -0600 Report

SO FAR SO GOOD NO PERIOD MAYBE IT'S DONE FINALLY I DIDN'T SEE A DOC YET. CROSS UR FINGERS SO IT'S FINISHED 4 THIS MONTH.

Peachieking
Peachieking 2010-02-18 06:12:36 -0600 Report

WOW, I CAN'T BELEIVE ALL OF THE RESPONSES. ALOT OF CARING PEOPLE OUT THERE TY I WILL LET U KNOW IF I FIND OUT ANYTHING. HAVING A LITTLE BLEEDING YET GIVING IT A FEW MORE DAYS IF NOT WILL 4 SURE I'LL SEE A DOCTOR.

Blue Angel
Blue Angel 2010-02-17 10:47:18 -0600 Report

All I know it could affect how high or low your BS Get. Just like if your sick and taking medicine it could also affect your BS. So ask your Doctor it wouldn't surprise me if it did. Keep us posted and we will know something new.

Kira_xo
Kira_xo 2010-02-17 05:43:54 -0600 Report

Uhm. I dont think it has much to do with diabetes persay…for example I am type 2 and I have 2-3 monthlys a year. Now losing weight can actually mess with your hormones and your weight loss could cause you to have more of a monthly, or less of one. Also birthcontrol can play a large role in it as well. Def discuss it with your doctor.

cc9
cc9 2010-02-17 01:18:42 -0600 Report

go see your doc and get your haemoglobin checked out. i dont think its anyhting to do with diabetes but maybe your iron levels may be low.