Went to the doctor the other day after having labs etc and while I've never had "protein" (microalbumin) in my urine and didn't this time either, he mentioned that the new standard of care is to prescribe ACE inhibitors to all diabetics as a preventative measure. What is the general consensus here on that? I mean if I were still a teenager and only had a decade of this disease under my belt so far I probably woulda said "gimme all the preventative stuff you can!"... But at this stage in the game, more than three decades in... I'm not sure it feels "worth" it to me? One more pill, one more medication, when it seems as though what I've been doing is working pretty well. I know that there is low incidence of side effects, but there still is one more set of side effects to look out for. Has any of you (or your children) who has never had an incident with protien in the urine been broached with the idea of ACE Inhibitors and decided to do it? Any with no incidence of protien been broached with the idea and said naaaaaah... I'll pass?