My Type 2 Diabetes

My Type 2 Diabetes
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My Type 2 Diabetes is aimed at anyone who has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. This course aims to give you the information you need about what type 2 diabetes is, what it might mean for your health and what you can do to manage it. The course has 9 sections:

  • What is diabetes?
  • Diagnosing diabetes
  • Weight management
  • Moving more
  • Other lifestyle factors
  • Managing diabetes with medication
  • Monitoring diabetes
  • Complications of diabetes
  • Living with diabetes

We hope to help you feel confident in managing your diabetes and support you in making decisions that result in the best possible health outcomes for you. Please note that comments left on the forum are moderated.

To begin, click on the first section ‘Welcome’ below.

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6 responses to “My Type 2 Diabetes”

  1. Hi. Im newly diagnosed with with type 2 diabetis. In afraid and angry at myself. I would like some help please. Thank you.. Liz

    • Hi Liz

      Thanks for sharing. You have had quite a time of it, being newly diagnosed and then everything changing with COVID19. I hope you are getting on okay and you find the information on our website and eLearning courses helpful.

      Alison ????

  2. Hi,
    I have been dieting and loosing weight since I was diagnosed with type 2 about 5 months ago. I have lost 2 stone and I continually lose slowly but, I find myself eating a lot of fruit mainly consisting of: melon, pineapple, apple, grapes and bananas. I pass a lot of water which is pale coloured. Apart from my prostate cancer I put this down to all the fruit I am eating. I am trying to find out if this is harmful to me. I eat about four portions of fruit a day.

  3. Looking forward to the course.

  4. Gordon Smith Gordon Smith says:

    I have type 2 diabetes and reently have been told that there is change in the back of my eyes, although a part of my eyes that doesnt greatly effect my vision. I also had a horrible black bruise on my toe which led me attending the Pediatrist at the hospital. It has taken 3 months of wearing a dressing on my toe and initially using anti-biotics, i am worried.

    my blood results from the lab are reported as “excellent” I don’t understand this because when I test my blood I am getting results from 12 – 18.

    What I want to know is what can I do with regard to what I eat and what to avoid eating to bring my sugar level under control?

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