Just a quick note to say hi! Sorry it took me so long to answer! I was missing your note, I'm sorry. I keep my sugar level with two 500mg Metformins a day. Then I pretty much eat a sensible diet, oh I treat myself once in a while, but my a1c's are always close to 6. which is normal sugar. I keep my weight down too. I weigh 130 right now but that's because I start zoloft a few months ago. I'm praying it doesn't go any further up or I'll probably go off. Your babies (dogs) sound like a whole lot of fun. Take care hon.♥
Just a quick note to say hi! Thank you for your kind reply. Rusty is doing much better with the benedryl and I too find that once a day is working. Rusty is the sunshine in my day everyday, he is my heart and he knows it. What kind of dogs do you have? I also have neuropathy legs and feet, they will get numb after awhile Keep your blood sugar levels right.Have a good day! thanks again
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