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Weight and Weight Loss from 2005

  1. Can someone using insulin still lose weight? How much weight gain is normal when put on insulin? (30 Dec 2005)
  2. My daughter has lost some weight in the last year. Is it related to her diabetes or something else? (21 Dec 2005)
  3. To lose weight, my doctor suggested I substitute Byetta for my Lantus, but I read that Byetta is not for people with type 1. What should I do? (15 Dec 2005)
  4. I have hypoglycemia, with twice the normal level of insulin. Is there a cure for this? How can I lose weight? (2 Dec 2005)
  5. How can I lose weight when I have several medical conditions that make it impossible for me to exercise? (22 Nov 2005)
  6. I have type 2 and am now overweight. Can I safely lose this weight so I'll feel better, be less tired and hopefully control my diabetes better? (9 Oct 2005)
  7. How can friend, who has type 1, gain weight? (4 Oct 2005)
  8. I take Lantus and Humalog, eat well and get a lot of exercise, but I have a "saggy" abdomen with signs of hypertrophy. How can I lose the weight? (29 Sep 2005)
  9. My daughter covers her high carbohydrate foods with insulin to keep her blood sugar normal, but she is overweight. What are the long-term effects of her diet? (26 Sep 2005)
  10. Since being diagnosed with hypothyroidism two years ago, my daughter has gained weight. How can we help her lose the weight? Is something else wrong? (26 Sep 2005)
  11. I gained 50 pounds so I started Lantus and Humalog to help curb the increase. Can I take more Lantus so I can cut back on Humalog to stop the weight gain? (12 Sep 2005)
  12. The endocrinologist was concerned about my daughter's weight. She now exercises and watches her diet, but is not losing. What else should we do? (15 Aug 2005)
  13. After a 33 pound weight loss, I am still losing weight. Does this mean my insulin resistance is declining? How can I get this measured? (12 Aug 2005)
  14. I was diagnosed with early diabetes, put on an 1800 calorie diet and metformin. Why is my blood sugar varying? Why can't I lose much weight? (8 Aug 2005)
  15. Is it possible that hypothyroidism can lead to weight loss instead of weight gain in someone with type 1? (26 Jul 2005)
  16. I took a combination of Xenical, acarbose and metformin once after I had not eaten a healthy meal. Why is this not acceptble to do this occasionally? (20 Jul 2005)
  17. I have type 1 and PCOS. I have been gaining weight I can't lose. I walk five times a week and eat ony 1200 calories daily. What else can I do? (29 Jun 2005)
  18. Can a person with type 1 diabetes take amino acids to aid in weight loss? (29 Jun 2005)
  19. Since going on insulin, I have gained weight, mostly in my stomach. Is this from injections in my stomach? Or, do I need to adjust my insulin and exercise? (28 May 2005)
  20. I have been taking extra insulin to combat highs and I am gaining weight. Is the insulin making me fat? Could I have possibly developed type 2 diabetes? (23 Apr 2005)
  21. Is there any difference between Humalog and NovoLog? I use Humalog and can't lose weight. I've heard that people on NovoLog don't seem to have this issue. (14 Mar 2005)
  22. Does sibutramine, an anti-obesity drug, produce a mild diabetic effect? (18 Feb 2005)
  23. I've had type 1 for 45 years and type 2 for several years. How can I lose weight and beat the insulin resistance? (8 Feb 2005)
  24. How can I combat the compulsivity and the huge amounts of carbohydrates I crave? How can I cut down the insulin I use? I don't like to see doctors. (28 Jan 2005)
  25. Since my 2003 pregnancy, I have been unable to lose weight. If I try a lower carb approach, will I be able to resume my "normal" diet after losing the weight? (17 Jan 2005)

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