Just curious. Has anyone had to go on insulin after their transplant? And how long did they remain on it? Steve's sugar was high in feb.following his transplant and they put him on 12 units insulin nightly. We went away a couple of days last week and I forgot his insulin pen but his numbers stayed good. (I did remember the test kit) 2 weeks ago, during his reg. bloodwork, his glucose was 59! LLLLLLLOOOOOOWWWW So I'm thinking he might not need insulin anymore. Have to talk to the dr. about that. The transplant office refers anything except liver issues to our family dr. even though the meds he's on has casued the problems. Weird.
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