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Any permanent solution for diabetes?

Is there any permanent solution to this diabetes that I am suffering from the age of 49 from the past 6 years I have tried a lot of medicines and tablets and ayurveda and siddha and unani and you name it I have tried but it doesn’t seem to help my sugar level goes down comes up but is never normal and plus the fact that now I have started on MIXTARD that’s painful taking two pricks a day so don’t know when this is goingto end.
Fri, 30 Dec 2011
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Diabetologist 's  Response
Anyone who has type 1 diabetes needs insulin therapy to survive.
All other treatments remain as Investigational treatments
•     Pancreas transplant. With a successful pancreas transplant, you would no longer need insulin. But pancreas transplants aren't always successful — and the procedure poses serious risks.
•     Islet cell transplantation. However, islet cell transplantation still requires the use of immune-suppressing medications, Additionally, a sufficient supply of islet cells isn't available.
•     Stem cell transplant. A few diagnosed with type 1 diabetes were able to stop using insulin after being treated with stem cells made from their own blood., the technique may one day provide an additional treatment option for type 1 diabetes

for type 2 an array of medications available. inspite of BANTINGS BEST MEDICINE INSULIN THE FINAL CURE IS STILL WANTING1
What is lacking needs supplements or replacement whether knowledge,money ,or food.’so also medicine.
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Dietitian & Nutritionist Gurushankar's  Response
welcome to HCM,

Hi,so far there is no permanent solution for diabetes.The key to manage diabetes is to maintain through diet, exercise & medication. By maintaining a good diet you can reduce the complications of diabetes by maintaining a good blood sugar levels.
All the best
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General & Family Physician Dr. Gautam Das's  Response
Hi. Whatever said please remember that presently there is no cure for diabetes , however lot of medicines have been proven to keep it under control. No one dies because of Diabetes but because of its related complications. Research in this field promises newer options like stem cell, beta cell transplant.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Khaleel Ahmed.Manik's  Response
u can try basalog insulin , a long actin glargine insulin given in 1 dose per day , whtever cant b cured permanently .
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Diabetologist Dr. Balachandra .G's  Response
diabetes as such till today can only be controlled not cured
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Rizwan's  Response

Try Yoga and pranayam...

Kapalbhati and Anulom-Vilom in Vajrasan will definately help..

But continue with the medicine/Insulin as per your physcian's advise..

Yoga and Pranayama, will definately help in reducing your Insulin requirement gradually...

This will really help..

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jaidev's  Response

hey hi there, I firmly believe there is a cure for your diabetes, this can be not by just one but by a combinariion of therapis, accupressure, magnetotherapy and certain supplements. With accupressure you can see results very soon, and the cost is very very low. You can get this book called  "INSTANT CURE AND DIAGNOSIS OF SERIOUS DISEASES" vOLUME 2 By Dr Devender Vora, IN case your not able to do so let me know, I shall be happy to help,  You can contact me at greatfeelings@gmail.com Warm regards, Jai

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biju's  Response
Hi Rajat, it will take a while before permanent solution is found for diabetes.
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nihar's  Response
Gene therapy in diabetes is one such thing , but still under research.It will be sometime before the find cure.
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Anoop Gururaj's  Response
hi i just want to know if this diabetes has some kind of effect on your sexual life also.... if yes how is it caused and what is the remedy?
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Ananth's  Response
As of now there is no permanent cure, one can only control the diabetes.
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