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Diabetic? was posted 02/22/2014 10:10 am by Anonymous
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I lost weight after starting Creon six months after Whipple surgery. I had started eating more calories, the Creon apparently helped me absorb the protein and carbs efficiently, and I developed diabetes. This went on for several months and I continued to lose weight until I was diagnosed as diabetic and then got my blood sugar under control. From that point, I gained the weight I had lost and now I am high end of normal weight range for my height. You may want to check your blood sugar and see if it is a problem.

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