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Had h pylori this reduced my insulin absorption figures great now

Discussion in 'General Messageboard' started by Rozz, Aug 15, 2019.

  1. Rozz

    Rozz New Member

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    Type 2
    This may be helpful to some, I have been diabetic for 20 yrs controled with metformin, for the last 6 months I have been taking levermer and fiasp. A month ago I had food poisoning this led to lots of blood tests and finding out that I have helicobacter pylori, this can be in your stomach for many years with out knowing. This has been treated with a high course of antibiotics and penicillin . I have since found that my sugars are really good from 5s instead of 10s I sense this is because of the h pylori reducing my previous insulin absorption
    This post might help some fellow diabetics it may not but please do some read some of the latest research which I don't fully understand as I'm not a doctor but the research does suggest a possible link between h pylori and and natural insulin release or absorption of man made insulin any questions please ask thanks rozz

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