Hi Nana Monster:
Yes, Lanie is correct. Going to an Ophthalmologist is important for us, at least once a year. Type 2's sometimes have Diabetes for years before they are dxd. which may cause damage to different parts of the body.
High blood sugar does cause blurry vision, true. But it usually doesn't take long before it is cleared(within a day), if the person's blood glucose goes back to the normal range. As you say, everyone is different. Cataracts due to high blood sugars, Prednisone use, aging, etc, does cause blurry vision
also. Of course, as we age, simply a new prescript
ion is another possibility.
I haven't been on the 75/25 Insulin since the 1980's. Most Type 1's and Type 2's use the fast acting Insulins: Humalog, Novalog or Apidra by themselves and the long acting Lantus or Levemir since it is easier to keep track of when the Insulins peak. Make sure to drink sufficient amounts of water.
Sure, ham is good in salads as a change around.
Post Edited (msOuchie) : 3/25/2018 8:49:09 PM (GMT-6)