i lived with Diabetes for the last 5 years. I am a Reverend and retired Seamstress. Love animals and gardening.
How I Found Out It Is Just A Businesses
No matter what excuses your physician tells you about your condition you better do your own research as I have here and am sharing it with you. STRESS is the main cause of any disease or condition, no matter what they don't tell you.
It is YOUR body and only YOU know what makes it work and what doesn't.
The Medications and the Diagnosis of Diabetes.
What I went to the Emergency Room for was called Hidradenitis Suppurativa which gives some people Sebaceous Cysts in the hot spots of their bodies those hot spots include Under the breasts, armpits, groin area, under hairy areas, and anywhere where you sweat a lot. It just needed lancing which they never did. They also recommended I go to an eye doctor to get checked out and so I did and they told me to go to a specialist 4 hours away. I did and they did 2 Laser treatments in my right eye as I told them that I have an Optic Nerve Pit since birth and they saw that too when I got checked out. They think I had diabetes since I was born and I did not.
I don't use the Paranoid machine either. I watched my mom do it for several days and it got her more upset with her readings. Those glucose monitors are crazy because your glucose will go up and down all day long. I don't want to know what mine were at 6 or more hours in a day.
I had a short bout with Diabetes. My glucose level is down to an A1C-6. This was because I took another supplement and my physical thought it was from the metformin. That is listed later.
Here is where I know it is a business for profit.
"drug prescribes that drug more heavily than doctors without such financial ties, a new ProPublica analysis found. The pattern is consistent for almost all of the most widely prescribed brand-name drugs in Medicare, including drugs that treat diabetes, asthma, and more."....."....
I was put back on that Metformin for a short while but got sick taking that and asked my physician if she could give me a slow release since I would vomit and have diarrhea about 5 minutes after taking it. She sent me to get that prescription. When I went to pick it up something very strange happened and I knew something was up with the attitude of the pharmacist. This really points to money. Here is how that happened: Well the Pharmacist needed to talk to me about it all and come to me around the counter. Oh My Goodness he got upset with me and asked why I had changed my drug. I kept reminding him that I can't do that but it comes from my physician. Needless to say, I did not get that drug at all.
Another thing I was prescribed was a Cholesterol-lowering drug but had a huge problem with that I told my physician if she could give me another cholesterol-lowering drug ( Eztimebeli) and she did and that was fine for the first three months and was doing the same as the other drug so I just stopped that Told her that I would rather die then be in that much pain.
I also took two other drugs that cause de to be dizzy. Those two are very bad for some people and I was one of them as when I stopped taking them I was not dizzy any more.
Lisinoprprine and Amblodohine
Dizziness, lightheadedness, or fainting may also occur, especially when you get up suddenly from a lying or sitting position. If you feel dizzy, lie down so you do not faint. Then sit for a few moments before standing to prevent the dizziness from returning. If you faint, call your doctor right away.Jun 1, 2022
Amlodipine (Oral Route) Precautions - Mayo Clinic
This is more likely to happen when you start taking lisinopril or move on to a higher dose. If lisinopril makes you feel dizzy when you stand up, try getting up very slowly or stay sitting down until you feel better. If you begin to feel dizzy, lie down so you do not faint, then sit until you feel better.
Side effects of lisinopril - NHS
Below is a list of symptoms of this condition and the other conditions that could cause them
There are also conditions that MIMIC 2 Diabetes as well
What diseases can mimic diabetes?
- Alzheimer's Disease.
- Anorexia Nervosa.
- Bulimia Nervosa.
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
I get the feeling that they do it for the added pay in their paychecks and not what they know. The FDA has so many drugs that they say are safe that they pulled later.
I haven't seen so many commercials in my life on the T.V. Good Grief so many say the side effects aren't good and people just ignore them. I don't ignore them but don't listen to them anymore because I MUTE them. They now have many drugs that are supposed to heal you, ....but they don't.
Natural Supplement Instead of Prescriptions
For a little background, the guy I talked to is an expat from the states now living in Hong Kong. His education and background is in healthcare and nutritional sciences.
Banaba extract is good for controlling blood sugar and is an antioxidant and I’m pleased that you are not taking metformin along with Banaba as they contraindicate each other.
Someone told me that this isn't working and I beg to differ with thaat as it is most definity working.
LDN is an FDA-approved drug that was mainly used to fight opioids but at lower dosages, alleviates many immune disorders. People with Fibro, Lupus, RA, MS have had their symptoms greatly alleviated.
I got this and it is not a prescription it is L-Tyrosine and comes with a warning that the FDA has not approved it. It is funny how they rely on the FCA when there is another drug Physicians say isn't approved by the FDA but it was in 1994. Read that sire I listed. Find out for yourself.
He says he has not had a problem with his A-fib since I stopped his prescriptions. He states that he started DE (Diatomaceous earth) about 2 years ago and his overall health appeared to get better especially his sleep pattern. He says he used to get only about 4-5 hours of restful sleep but after taking DE, he has slept 6-7 hours straight. His digestion and metabolism began regular and my hair is fuller with less gray/white. The silica in DE supposedly helps arteries and blood vessel walls be supple and strong so overall, it helps the heart condition. According to research, silica may be helpful in reducing the risk of heart disease and atherosclerosis, which usually causes strokes and heart attacks
Please make sure your De is FOOD GRADE for consumption.
FYI, the CAS # is 61790-53-2 at the dosage of one teaspoon per day. It is tasteless but a bit gritty. Strange that is when you feel it between your fingers and it is very smooth.
Other supplements include NMN as this drug has clinical evidence of increasing longevity.
Many lawsuits of what they think are the miracle cure for type 2 diabetes is astonishing in that they still prescribe it and it doesn't even cure the disease! It is saying that the drug destroys your kidneys and causes cancer. One site gives the timeline of the medicine they are suing. It is:
The FDA has tried to stop the selling of this drug because of its harmful effects of it. Many pharmacies have taken it off their shelf, and yet they continue to say it is safe and a miracle drug and it is not.
And SchmidtFirm which has stopped these cases. This is the site that the FDA chronology is on.
List of Metformin Recalls for High Levels of NDMA Carcinogens
On January 25, 2021, Nostrum Laboratories expanded a metformin ER recall for a 2nd time after finding high levels of NDMA metformin HCl Extended-Release Tablets, USP 750 mg (generic equivalent to Glucophage Tablets) with Lot MET200601 and an expiration date of 07/2022.
On January 4, 2021, Nostrum Laboratories expanded a recall issued onNovember 2 to also include Lot #MET200501 of Metformin HCl Extended-Release Tablets, USP 750 mg (generic equivalent to Glucophage Tablets) due to high levels of NDMA. It is an off-white oblong tablet debossed with “NM7.”
On November 2, 2020, Nostrum Laboratories recalled Metformin Extended Release (750-mg) due to high levels of NDMA carcinogens. The recall involves 2 lots (MET200101 and MET200301) with expiration dates of 05/2022. They were packaged in bottles of 100 tablets.
On October 2, 2020, Marksans Pharma Ltd. expanded a metformin recall due to the detection of NDMA carcinogens. The recall involves 76 lots of Metformin ER in 500-mg and 700-mg dosages. It was distributed by Time-Cap Labs Inc., in bottles containing 90, 100, 500, or 1000 pills.
On August 21, 2020, Bayshore Pharmaceuticals of New Jersey recalled one lot of 500-mg and one lot of 750-mg Metformin Extended-Release after FDA tests found high levels of NDMA.
On July 8, 2020, Lupin Pharmaceuticals Inc. recalled all batches of Metformin Hydrochloride Extended-Release Tablets USP, 500mg and 1000mg due to NDMA. The products were distributed between November 2018 and May 2020.
On July 3, 2020, Granules Pharmaceuticals recalled 12 lots of Metformin Hydrochloride Extended-Release Tablets USP, 750 mg, 100 and 500 due to NDMA.
On June 11, 2020, Lupin Pharmaceuticals, Inc. recalled one lot of Metformin Extended-Release (generic equivalent of Fortamet®), 500mg, Lot G901203 due to unsafe levels of NDMA.
On June 5, 2020, Marksans Pharma Limited, India recalled 1 lot of Metformin Extended-Release (Metformin ER) due to NDMA contamination. The recall involves metformin ER (500-mg) — Lot# XP9004 — in 100 count bottles with NDC code 49483-623-01 and expiration date 12/2020. It was distributed by Time-Cap Labs, Inc.
On June 5, 2020, Teva Pharmaceuticals recalled 14 lots of Metformin Extended-Release (500-mg and 750-mg) due to unsafe levels of NDMA. The recall involves Actavis® Metformin ER that was distributed between January 8, 2019 and May 27, 2020.
On May 29, 2020, Amneal Pharmaceuticals recalled all lots of Metformin Extended-Release (500-mg and 750-mg) due to high levels of a carcinogenic chemical called NDMA. According to Valisure, one lot of metformin ER had 16.5-times the FDA’s daily limit of NDMA.
On May 27, 2020, Apotex Corp. recalled all lots of Metformin Hydrochloride Extended-Release Tablets, USP 500mg due to high levels of the carcinogenic chemical NDMA (N-Nitrosodimethylamine). Apotex stopped selling this product in the U.S. in February 2019. The product was sold in 100-count bottles with NDC Number 60505-0260-1.
FDA Tests Find High Levels of NDMA
In May 2020, the FDA contacted 5 drug-makers after testing found unsafe levels of NDMA carcinogens in several batches of extended-release metformin, according to Bloomberg.
Business as usual here in today's money and the wars against Supplements and Alternative Medicine.