I have been type 2 since 2000. I am a binge eater and can't seem to stop. My last a1c was 12. My b/s run anywhere from 300->500. Been like this for several months now. Body is so used to it that the only symptom I show is being extremely tired. I can have insulin reactions at 150 if I ever can get it that low. When I binge eat I just don't take my insulin so that I won't gain too much more weight. I do have neuropathy in both lower legs. I feel so stupid admitting to all this because I am a nurse and I do know better. Just can't seem to control my eating. No one else knows about this because I do all my eating when I am alone. I watched a show on tv last night late about 4 people who are addicted to food and weight over 500 pounds with one guy consuming 33,000 calories per day. No that was not a typo 33,000. I feel like if I keep going the way I have in a few years that will be me. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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