has anyone ever having night chills with diabetes? I get them about every night. I read somewhere that this is a compliccation of diabetes but I can't find the information. I also have pain in my upper right abdomen under my right rtib cage and towards the center. It is a constant dull ache and had liver tests done and gallbladder sonogram which all came back normal. Could it be my pancreas. I was taking Depakote for a while and was told this could affect you pancreas. I also started a new diabetes medicine called Januvia about 5 months ago and my stomach pain seems to be worse even though this isn's one of the main side effects.
I am 50 years old, male with type 2 diabettes for the last 8 years. I recently have been going through a physical change where I too have been getting night chills. I am either hot as a fire crqacker or cold which is unusual for me. If you find out more I would be interested in knowing too. Good luck.
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