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Posted 30 December 2009 - 08:40 AM
Type II here with a big family history of it.
I had to go "cold turkey" as my blood sugar #'s went wacky, and this seems to happen after I consume a lot for a long time.
From 12 pm to about 2 am (lots of time and lots of product) for weeks on end.
Problem is that my #'s get harder to stabilize when I quit, but I know if I don't take a break I am gonna end up in the emergency room with a needle in me.
Plus I might end up having to give myself shots.
Diagnosed 14 years ago and been smoking pot for over 40.
Just today my #'s ranged from 325 to 80 (normal for me is 135).
I blame the 325 spike on the grape jam I had on my toast.
I can't wait till they get the stem cell act together and I can get an injection and grow a new pancreas (I hope).
Posted 30 December 2009 - 09:17 AM
I live in MD so needless to say I can't get medical marijuana, however I have found marijuana very helpful to me as a diabetic. I have had type 1 diabetes for 29 years. I have peripheral neuropahty - burning pain in my feet and legs - I also suffer with neasea when I wake up and at dinner time. I have found pot very very helpful for these symptoms. Are there any other diabetics out there that have also found pot helpful.
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The doc who issued my card needed to see all the prescriptions.
That verified the condition.
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