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Old 25th Mar 2023, 22:52
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Diabetes type 2 is not the worst diagnose ever. You can still manage it with the healthy diet and exercising.
The other positive thing here , you can easily buy victoza online and with this med controlling your sugar level becomes not as difficult anymore.
My wife has it for many years now and honestly she lives an absolutely normal life (maybe only eating less sweets than me)

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Old 26th Mar 2023, 00:04
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No need to apologize. It's good to see this old thread again, which I contributed to, almost exactly six years ago.

An update from me. Metformin keeps my blood sugar under control and I barely notice my minor dietary restrictions. I still eat fruit, chocolate, etc. and drink beer, all in moderation. Probably if I cut down on some of that I might lose weight! However, I still have a Canadian Class 1 medical.
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Old 26th Mar 2023, 18:59
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Metformin is what I meant.
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Old 25th Apr 2023, 16:50
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In general, if you have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, your healthcare provider will work with you to develop a treatment plan that may include changes to your diet, exercise routine, and medication. The timeline for when you may be able to fly again will depend on how well your diabetes is controlled and any other factors that may affect your ability to fly. It is important to discuss this with your healthcare provider and follow their recommendations. Additionally, you may need to inform the aviation authorities about your diagnosis and provide medical clearance before resuming flying.
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