The accepted knowledge is that Diabetes destroys gradually over years. Ketosis Prone Type 2 diabetes is an acute form of type 2. This type 2 can reach fasting blood sugars of 300 or higher in months. This blog brings together all the documentation that I could find in the world and my speculation of what it means for KPD’s in specific and diabetics in general. I ask you to leave your stories about what happened to you so that we can all gain a better understanding of what we are dealing with.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Caution on NSAIDS

I've pointed out a NSAID as the drug I was using to effect my 1st phase insulin response but anyone who is thinking about trying this should be aware of the risks involved. Beyond the usual issues of stomach and intestinal distress, there are other issues. You can read about many of them here.  Jenny's Blood Sugar 101

One thing that she doesn't cover is that NSAIDs are NOT recommended for those who are G6PD deficient because of the chance of hemolytic anemia. If you've been reading this blog you should know that KPD's have a very high rate of this deficiency. So I do urge caution in their use.

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