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Old 05-04-2021, 07:45 PM #11
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Originally Posted by Jomar View Post
We have posts with info on balanced diet, vitamins, minerals , supplements, other treatment options..
No one thing works for everyone, but a combo can be helpful a try it and see thing..If something doesn't help try another ..

That Dr with the very poor answer to your question......
Not all lose use, and it may be many years in the future.....
A better reply would have been - every case is different, I can't predict the future..But lets work to keep you going the best we can..

There are some good Drs out there, don't stay with any poor care providers..they need to be weeded out..
Yes, you're right. I have a lot of homework to do on this forum, haven't I?
Still, It will keep me out of mischief!

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Old 05-04-2021, 07:49 PM #12
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Hey Michael,

It sounds like a break down in communication between you and your doctor. Perhaps the doctor was talking hypothetically. Either way the take home message you were left with is erroneous. Perhaps at the most you have sensory PN, but that does not impact motor nerves.

Type of Nerves

1. Motor
2. Sensory
3.Autonomic

Motor nerves control the movement of all muscles under conscious control, such as those used for walking, grasping things, or talking.

Sensory nerves transmit information such as the feeling of a light touch, temperature, or the pain from a cut.

Autonomic nerves control organs to regulate activities that people do not control consciously, such as breathing, digesting food, and heart and gland functions.

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Thanks for that Atty. I've got a lot to learn, but I've made a start.

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Old 05-04-2021, 07:57 PM #13
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Thank you for that, glenntaj, that's encouraging. I've copied those links, and I'll be taking a look at them.

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Old 05-04-2021, 08:10 PM #14
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Hi Agate. Yes, you're right. I have a lot of homework to do on this forum, haven't I?
I do have a dietician, and I use a MYLIFE Unio Nova to measure my blood sugar. But my doctor told me to stop using it. She wants to rely on the Ha1 blood test. I think that's what it's called. My readings are usually between 112 - 146 mg/dL. After exercise I have seen it drop as low as 96. Do you know what reading would be considered to be a "spike", and do you think that it's a good idea for me to go to all the trouble of riding my bike at midnight if I think I would be going to bed with too high a reading? Or am I just being silly?

Still, all this reading will keep me out of mischief!

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Hi Kitt, and thank you. I'm feeling better already!

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Old 05-04-2021, 08:17 PM #16
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Thank you to all of you who took the trouble to reply to me. It has been most helpful. (But although I've posted an introduction I seem to be having problems with posting. I keep being told I've not been "vetted" yet and I can't post links!) lol.

I promise I will try to behave myself in the future.

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Hello Chemar

I understand. But I was puzzled because I'd already made a post a night or two before, and it had been posted, so I thought that I was cleared.

It's fine. Thank you.
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