Metformin taken by fathers with Cellosis - increased risk of birth defects?

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What is Cellosis?

o Preventable Cellosis is the only specific
type of Disparate High Glucose Condition
that is preventable & reversible (in many,
sometimes it's called type 2 diabetes, often
confusingly called diabetes with no clarifier)

Risk for Preventable Cellosis, Hypertension,
& Cardiovascular Disease increases as one's
weight increases but BMI risk increases at
lower BMI levels in non-white individuals:
https://prohuman.net/pix2/BMI-WaistCircumference-Cellosis&Hypertension&CardiovascularDisease-Risk.jpg
https://medicalxpress.com/news/2021-05-bmi-offs-obesity-diabetes-non-white.html

o PreCellosis (often confusingly called predia-
betes with no clarifier) is the oft-times preven-
table & reversible Cellosis precondition that all-
too-often the overwhelming majority having it
are unaware they have it

o 20 specific types of Cellosis, unpreventable
& nonreversible (thus far, sometimes called
type 2 diabetes, all-too-often confusingly called
diabetes with no clarifier)

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Information about Metformin usage in
those with Cellosis:
https://consultqd.clevelandclinic.org/should-metformin-be-used-in-every-patient-with-type-2-diabetes/

[superior clarifying inserts included in brackets,
not part of original article]

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March 28 2022

Men's use of [Cellosis] drug [Metformin] just
before conception is linked to a 40% increase
in birth defects, study finds
https://www.cnn.com/2022/03/28/health/paternal-metformin-use-birth-defects/index.html
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The research, which was done out of Denmark,
used national registries to follow over 1 million
births between 1997 and 2016 and compared
the risk of major birth defects in babies based
on paternal exposures to [Disparate High Glu-
cose Conditions] medications.

The study observed only children who were born
to women under 35 and men under 40. Babies
born to women with [any of the 7 Disparate High
Glucose Conditions] were excluded.

The researchers considered men exposed to met-
formin if they filled a prescription for it in the three
months before conception, which is how long it
takes the fertilizing sperm to fully mature.

According to the study, the frequency of birth de-
fects in babies born to men who had a [Cellosis]
diagnosis but who were not taking metformin
was 3.1% (1,594 children), but the frequency was
4.6% (788) in children with paternal exposure to
metformin during the preconception period.

Genital birth defects, seen only in male babies,
was the only birth defect in the study that was
found to be associated with a statistically signi-
ficant increased risk after paternal metformin
use.

Men who took metformin before or after the three-
month maturation period did not have an increased
risk of having a baby with birth defects.

... insulin use was not associated with a change in
the birth defect rate.

The researchers did not find any significant asso-
ciation between birth defects and paternal exposure
to [Disparate High Glucose Condition] medication
other than metformin.

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Pertinent fact: Birth defects affect one in
every 33 babies (about 3% of all babies)
born in the United States each year.
https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/birthdefects/data.html

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I got Insulinitis (Islit) which was caused by
Insulitis at age 5 in March 1961, requiring
multiple exogenous insulin doses to try to
stay alive. There are 15 specific types of
rapid-onset Islit.

There is 1 specific type of slow-onset Islit,
Latent Autoimmune Islit, also unpreventable
& nonreversible (thus far).

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Insulin / Insulin Pump / CGM I use

Fiasp Ultra-Fast-Acting Insulin in a
tubeless Omnipod insulin pump catheter
placed into skin / pod with adhesive
stuck onto skin every 80 hours, control
via PDM (Personal Data Manager)
https://prohuman.net/pix2/Fiaspinsulin_tubelessOmnipodDASHinsulinpump.jpg

Dexcom G6 CGM (continuous glucose monitor)
https://prohuman.net/pix2/Dexcom_G6_CGM.jpg

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C.ure I.nsulinitis A.ssociation
https://prohuman.net/cureinsulinitisassociation.htm

Glucose Anomalies Research regarding
Potential Cures / Improvements in Treatments
https://prohuman.net/glucoseanomaliesresearch.htm

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o Preventable Cellosis is the only specific
type of Disparate High Glucose Condition
that is preventable & reversible (in many,
sometimes it's called type 2 diabetes, often
confusingly called diabetes with no clarifier)

Risk for Preventable Cellosis, Hypertension,
& Cardiovascular Disease increases as one's
weight increases but BMI risk increases at
lower BMI levels in non-white individuals:
https://prohuman.net/pix2/BMI-WaistCircumference-Cellosis&Hypertension&CardiovascularDisease-Risk.jpg
https://medicalxpress.com/news/2021-05-bmi-offs-obesity-diabetes-non-white.html

o PreCellosis (often confusingly called predia-
betes with no clarifier) is the oft-times preven-
table & reversible Cellosis precondition that all-
too-often the overwhelming majority having it
are unaware they have it

o 20 specific types of Cellosis, unpreventable
& nonreversible (thus far, sometimes called
type 2 diabetes, all-too-often confusingly called
diabetes with no clarifier)

Per the following article, 5.3% with Cellosis
used exogenous insulin in 2019.
https://www.bloomberg.com/press-releases/2019-12-13/tandem-diabetes-care-announces-fda-clearance-of-the-t-slim-x2-insulin-pump-with-control-iq-advanced-hybrid-closed-loop

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o 4 other Disparate High Glucose Conditions
exist (Gestational Cellosis, Diminosis, Neonatal
Diminosis, Ohiglucons), all 7 DHGCs fully des-
cribed in the following article:

Logic and reasoning behind ceasing using
confusing / misleading / misinforming diabetes
& diabetic & reactive hypoglycemia words and
phrases, replacing all of that with vastly superior
clarifying names:

Diabetes Bubble / Diabetes Bubble Burst
https://prohuman.net/diabetesbubblediabetesbubbleburst.htm

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Stop Diabetes/Diabetic Confusion
with New Superior Clarifying Terms
https://www.change.org/stopdiabetesdiabeticconfusionwithNewSuperiorClarifyingTerms

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