THank you for the welcome. I am so sorry what you and your daughter are dealing with. I guess the drug she is on is one of those "double edge" knives like prednisone, does wonders for certain conditions, but not without nasty side effects. You dont say how old she is, but, if she is still very young, it means she will adjust to the regimes of diabetes better than say, someone who has it come on suddenly? WHat I mean is, at a young age, they havent picked up the bad eating habits that adults have.
I'm sorry she has diabetes, but I'm very glad that they have found a med that gives back her quality of life. I hope someday they will find a med that doesnt do this to people with her affliction.
Thanks as well for giving me the calculation numbers!!
In closing, I just wanted to say that I am so sorry for the loss of you beloved father ((((())))) healing hug to you.
A/Fib, diagnosed Aug, 1997, R/A diagnosed in Sept. 1998, Pericarditis and Lupus in Dec, 2003, Diabetes, diagnosed march, 2004
sotalol, digoxin, coumidin, plaquenil, prednisone, metformin, diamacron, wellbutrin,fenofibrate
Courage is fear that has said it's prayers