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My cousin is an insulin dependent diabetic & she had a very rough pregnany & the baby was premature. He had to have a few surgeries after birth also. But now he is a healthy 16 month old baby. She on the other hand now has liver & stomach cancer. Any prayers is much needed. They only gave her 6 months.

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What is the abbreviation for a diabetic who must use insulin to control the disease?

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What are 3 autoimmune disease?

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Which type of diabetes is insulin-dependent?

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Do people with type 2 diabetes always require insulin?

Type 2 diabetics really shouldn't be put on insulin at all. Insulin only makes a type 2 diabetic have more problems like insulin resistance and leads to gaining weight which leads to more diabetic complications.


What is level 2 diabetes?

Type 2 diabetes is a type of diabetes where the individual is not fully dependent on insulin. A type 1 diabetic requires insulin.


What type of diabetic is always insulin dependent?

This type of diabetes has several names, including type one diabetes, juvenille diabetes, and insulin dependent diabetes mellitus. However, some type two diabetics also take insulin.


What is insulin dependent gestational diabetes?

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What is the difference between a Type-1 diabetic and an insulin-dependent diabetic?

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What has the author Jean-Pierre Felber written?

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Why insulin give to diabetic patient?

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How often does an insulin dependent diabetic take blood sugar levels during the day?

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What is a good diabetic breakfast?

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What are the medicine for diabetic person?

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Why would a diabetic person be required totake insulin shot?

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If you inject a diabetic shot by mistake would you be diabetic?

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Type 2 diabetes is known as insulin dependent diabetes?

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