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... s ago. I am taking Metformin, 1,000mg twice a day. I am following the diet that my endocrinologist gave me. I eat very few carbs and everything I eat or drink is sugar free. Until last week, my sugar was great. ... (3 replies)
... years ago. Fasting blood sugar first thing in the morning would average anywhere from 120 to under 100. ... (0 replies)
155 too high?
Jun 24, 2017
... I would discuss this with your doctor. I think the standard wisdom is that blood sugar should be under 140 2-3 hours after eating, so yes, your reading might be considered on the high side. (7 replies)

155 too high?
Jun 24, 2017
... pcakes with an inch of frosting, that would probably be understandable. If you ate grilled chicken and a salad, that would be disconcerting. What is your fasting blood sugar level normally? ... (7 replies)
... Hi everyone. I'm 21 years old, 5'11 and weigh 155 pounds. I consider myself in semigood shape. I am not obese or even utmost overweight. I exercise every now and then. ... (7 replies)
... I tested my blood this evening it was a 71 so I tested it again then it showed 191 then I tested it again and it was 155 then again and it was 117. What on earth could be wrong? ... (2 replies)
Input appreciated
Nov 27, 2011
... I have always had good blood glucose readings. My morning fasting sugars used to be between 65 and 90 as taken at my doctors. ... (4 replies)
... Fascinating, thank you! So maybe this has less to do with the niacin than I'm giving it credit for...I am eating upwards of 250 grams of protein daily. Since I'm eating high levels of fat and protein versus carbs, can it possibly interfere with a 14-hour fasting glucose test? I mean my last meal before the fast was a salmon filet. Tons of fat and protein. (15 replies)
... and it's effect on my blood sugar has been minimal. In addition, your carbohydrate intake is fairly low, your protein intake is very high. ... (15 replies)
... I'm not fat. Roughly 155 lbs but I do love food. I'm getting scared and I honestly need to go on a diet, but I'm not sure. ... (16 replies)
... having dizzy with seeing black spot, and shaky. I tested him in the morning a couple times and his sugar level has been in the 60 ranges ever time. I tested him an hour after a meal and it was 155 which seems normal. ... (5 replies)
... The first time I used Dreamfields, it raised my blood sugar quite a bit (over 155) and kept it there for 3 hours. The next time I used it, I had a 129 at two hours. I keep checking it and it has not raised my BS like it did the first time. It did get a bit higher the last time, but I think I had a bigger serving. I am still not totally convinced that it works. (5 replies)
... down to 130 or so would produce symptoms of low blood sugar. The problem here is that if you treat it as a low and eat to raise your sugar level, you will never adjust to the lower levels. ... (17 replies)
... I think you are already aware, sickness can cause your sugar levels to be higher than "normal". ... (3 replies)
... weigh 155 in the morning after urination. That gives me a BMI of 25. ... (3 replies)
... I do not want to become obssesed with taking blood sugar levels everyday. If I watch my diet and exercise, is once a week enough to monitor levels? ... (8 replies)
Another question
Apr 6, 2005
... Well, we are monitoring my toddler's low blood sugar at home now with a glucosometer. ... (3 replies)
... medically within normal range. Apparantly the body does take time to adjust to lower blood glucose levels than it is used to. ... (2 replies)
... range until earlier this week. I ate a steak and salad for lunch, testing soon after and received a 155 reading. About three hours later, I started having a shaky feeling in my hands and started to feel a bit sick to my stomach. ... (2 replies)
One more thing...
Mar 16, 2004
... Your body has a natural tendency to "adjust" to get your insulin and blood glucose to the level it thinks is right. ... (2 replies)

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