Let me state it categorically. I came down with swine flu in January 2015 and after that I got difficulty in breathing which my pulmonologist treat it quite normal coz I got severe infection in my lungs. He suggested me Vitamin D and B 12 test which I did and it was below normal means it was only 12 and then he had given me Vitamin D injections. Now I have done my diabetic screening test Hb 1ac and my result is 6.1. From 5-6 months my hands nerves are tingling, sometimes it hurts. I want to ask is it because of canola which they inserted while swine flu because they have injected me many times for my oxygen check ex. AB g check, or is it because of Vitamin D deficiency again or its a diabetic symptom. I have completed my Vitamin D course in January 2016 again. Please guide. What should I do? please guide me as well what to do so that I could escape from deadly diabetic. However now I am doing 40min walks daily and some diet check. I could not do heavy exercise because I get difficulty in breathing cause of my lungs weakness.
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Tingling and numbness can be due to b12 deficiency. Get blood sugar fasting and post prandial and if they are normal the diabetes has nothing to do with tingling. Hba1c of 6.1 shows good control. Tingling will not occur with iv injections.
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