Your question , in my humbble opinion,is the one that the whole world is hopelessly longer for. Right now there is no answer to that.
Otherwise , try Victoza.
Once a Diabetes 2, you will be for life with this dreadful llness.
A lucky D2 or T2 is the one that can live out the rest of his or her life without any complications, my friend. This is just my sincere opinion. I hope that I am wrong so that the disease is someday curable.
1.) Yes to all three. See below
2.) Pancreas insulin production and absorption fluctuates as the body requires. We have spoken to you previously about your nutrition and what you need to do. I do not wish to repeat myself. Try using Google search on insulin and exercise, and pancreas insulin and glucagon production to regulate blood sugar for detailed explanations. There is not enough space here to post. Good luck
Thank u friends, I will follow a strict diet, nutrition food and exercise a lot.....cut off carbs and doctor has told me to get the insulin checked after 3 months....I will leave around 4 months and get it checked.......rest is a fate.......!
One thing doctor told me that dont take stress which causes negtive effect on pancreas....hopefully...we will see what happens....
There is interesting stem cell therapy research going on which can give some good news to sugar patients....take care all !
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