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Re: [IPk] coeliac



Wow Gemma.  This really seems good news that you are getting the control now 
and have the knowledge about coeliac.  You must be devastated though with 
this additional problem.  I hope you soon learn to cope.

June

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Gemma Carvia" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Thursday, June 01, 2006 1:02 PM
Subject: [IPk] coeliac


> Hi
> i wanted to thank you allin this website who gave me information about 
> coeliac. I have been diagnosed with it now, one of the scans was very 
> positive! I have started my new diet now and it seems easy so far, 
> although I still have to do lots of reading!
> It is like a new project! I am happy I have been diagnosed as my sugar 
> levels are much better now and I don't feel that horrible sickness!
> Gema
>
>>From: "Jackie Jacombs" <email @ redacted>
>>Reply-To: email @ redacted
>>To: <email @ redacted>
>>Subject: RE: [IPk] hypos recovery time
>>Date: Sat, 29 Apr 2006 23:22:30 +0100
>>
>>Hi Brian
>>
>>
>>Just to add to what Melissa has said make sure that you treat a hypo with 
>>very
>>fast acting carb.  Something like Lucozade or glucose tablets.  Glucose or
>>Dextrose acts quicker that ordinary table sugar or products containing 
>>sugar.
>>
>>
>>  "Table sugar consists of one glucose molecule and one fructose molecule, 
>> so
>>when
>>it breaks down in the stomach, only half is immediately available as 
>>glucose.
>>Fruit juices, like orange juice, contain mostly fructose and are a 
>>relatively
>>poor choice for quick treatment of serious hypoglycemia because they take 
>>so
>>long to raise the blood sugar. For mild lows, these differences may not be
>>  vital, but if a low is serious, you want to choose the fastest carb 
>> available
>>to
>>  get you back on your feet quickly. Choose high glycemic food for a quick 
>> rise
>>of
>>the blood sugar."  (From Diabetes Mall)
>>
>>Read this section from Diabetes Mall, also look at the "prevention" 
>>section
>>
>>http://www.diabetesnet.com/diabetes_control_tips/hypoglycemia_treatment.php
>>
>>
>>Also some parents on a US based support list, often reported that 
>>Novorapid
>>seemed to have a longer "tail" of action than Humalog when they made a 
>>switch.
>>Do you think that this could this be a reason for the change in your hypo
>>experience?  Maybe your basal insulin is also set too high.
>>
>>
>>Jackie
>>
>>
>>
>> >
>> > Hi everybody, does any body experience feeling very tired after a hypo
>>at bm
>> > of 3.7, and also when eating say pastels and carbs to recover find
>>about
>> >  2hr to start to get back to normal ,ive noticed a big change with
>> > hypos on novo
>> > rapid any suggestions  regards  Brian
>> > .
>>
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