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My dad has diabetes the one where you dont need the insulin, kindly suggest

my dad has diabetes the one where you dont need the insulin.? just wondered what age will he live up till he is in his early 60s been thinking of it a lot lately? thanks xx my dad doesnt smoke much either. hes looking after himself as i ask him whenever i can. he drinks sometimes too. he does have regular check ups and never misses one. its just i love my dad very much and worry about the slightest thing! thoughts off some people are very nice but to say my dad might outlive me isnt im quite upset!
Fri, 20 May 2011
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Hi... The average age  a man lives is between 60 to 80 years. it is difficult to predict the years a person will live.. But I can say that your dad is in the right track by his present life stlye... This will prevent the complications one usually gets due to diabetes at his age..  Wish your dad all the best and he lives for many more years with happiness...:)

General & Family Physician Dr. Khaleel Ahmed.Manik's  Response
birth and death r decided by god . take care of ur father to wtever best extent u can .
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