Proper use of insulin helps patients with type 2 diabetes to lower blood glucose levels better. Some patients have been able to reduce the doses of insulin or even stop the insulin once the blood glucose levels are within individual target range as everyone is different. Wendy openly shared her interesting journey of diabetes and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Currently there is a clinical research studying the effects of probiotics on gestational diabetes at Mater Mothers’ Hospital and Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, building on international research suggesting pregnant women who take probiotics, i.e. live beneficial micro-organisms, are less likely to suffer the gestational diabetes. The article in The Courier Mail quotes Mater Clinical School Head Professor, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
There are so many exciting diabetes researches in the world. I’ll endeavour to keep you updated. This is of special interest as gestational diabetes is on the rise. Gestational diabetes is diagnosed during pregnancy when the body does not produce enough extra insulin to cope with the increased demand hence the increased blood glucose levels. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Medications are given to people with type 2 diabetes to help manage their blood glucose levels in conjunction with healthy dietary habits and daily physical activities. As a consultant pharmacist, I aim to enhance quality use of medicines. PLEASE SPEAK WITH YOUR DOCTOR REGARDING YOUR SPECIFIC TREATMENTS. The following information is designed to give you […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Some of my girlfriends have experienced gestational diabetes during their pregnancies. I still remembered how stressful they were at the time. Most of them have managed their gestational diabetes by changing their diet and increasing their physical activity. A few actually have used insulin to help manage the condition. Most of them do not have […]Continue Reading... No Comments.