New Thinking On Diabetic Condition.
April 4, 2009 6:18am CST
It has been widely recognized that though a proper remedy is yet to arrive on the diabetic scenario, the use of insulin therapy has a better edge in combating the malady.Various drugs that help activate the cells that produce insulin might get ineffective at some point of time.Insulin shots as determined by a qualified physician acts as a boon to most patients.While drugs build up reactions the insulin therapy is found to be harmless and devoid of side effects.
• United States
4 Apr 09
Actually, adult onset, or Type 2 diabeties is caused by insulin resistance, not the failure of the pancrease to make it - so type 2 diabetics need more insulin to over come the resistance My beloved Hobo cat was VERY insulin resistant, he was taking more insulin than most humans can tollerate by body size/weight.
30 Apr 09
I was being treated like i had gestational diabetes during my pregnancy. It was hard to even think about insulin and injections. But thank god the doctor said i was not diabetec but i still had to attend nutrition class and check my sugar everyday 4 times a day. I got used to pricking my fingers. I learned how to eat, and i had to change my diet, thank god by baby is fine, and i didnt gain any weight in my pregnancy only baby weight. I think i learned my lesson. Laura
5 Apr 09
Obviously right you are. It is also very natural that we can control diabetic condition by taking insulin. When our body can produce proper insulin then if we take extra it will be certainly harmful. To protect this we should check the progress regularly.
4 Apr 09
I'm a type 2 diabetic, and that's what I fear...that the medications I'm taking will become ineffective...well, I guess I just have to trust my doctor...he would know through the lab tests if I'm still responding well to the meds I'm taking right now, or a shift to a more innovative medications is necessary. It's good to know that this insulin therapy could diabetics like me. It's not a joke to give up on those foods I love, but it's worth it....