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... I am going through similiar problems..My doctor referred me to a Diabetes Endocrinologist. She set an appointment up for me to see a dietician who works in same office. My doctor is good, but I am having another problem that is extreme fatigue, and this is why he referred me to the Diabetes Endocrinologist to find out of the type 2 diabetes (was diagnosed end of last... (7 replies)
... as crappy as it was 5 years previously and I am not eating nearly as healthy as I once was. There seems to be a lot more fat in my diet and its showing up on my blood test and pushing from high but in the normal range to now we need to take meds for that to reduce the numbers. That's the background over the last 6 months. ... (7 replies)
... the result was 11.5. After seeing the results of my blood glucose test, and especially in the past week after buying a blood glucose monitor and seeing just how bad my blood sugar was, I'd been eating very lightly to avoid an emergency from very high blood sugar. ... (2 replies)

... Some people measure at start, 1 hour after and 2 hours after. Others at start and 2 hours after, others just after 2 hours. I would try to be consistent The idea is to be as low as you can 2 hours after. There are different guidelines, depending on how tight control you want to achieve. I personally am happy under 140, but prefer to be under 120. Depending on the type of... (4 replies)
... sually once a year or so, and it's always good. Fasting has always been in the 80's, occasionally in the 70's. Several people in my family have suffered from low blood sugar. My uncle did and eventually became diabetic. ... (5 replies)
... I bought myself a home glucose meter to get some numbers to take to my doctor when I see him in May. ... (3 replies)
Blood Glucose
Apr 18, 2014
... Wow, I did not know that but it sure makes a lot of sense, thanks. (9 replies)
Blood Glucose
Apr 18, 2014
... diabetic based on 103 blood sugar please don't buy into it...... ... (9 replies)
... glucose level. It is less closely related to the fasting level. What have your blood sugars been like after meals? ... (1 replies)
... It was a random blood test. ... (16 replies)
... My doctor says MORNING highs are normal. Now I am wondering, I can get it down to 100 half an hour after I wake up by BREATHING. But just as I wake, its 115-125. (16 replies)
... My Glucose tolerance was 345, was diagnosed as Type II. ... (16 replies)
... Hello, I'm an active home care nurse and don't worry that your glucose level is 109. Normal glucose levels run up to 120. You still might want to check your blood glucose regularly. Ask you doctor if you should invest in a glucometer. ... (7 replies)
... You, it's sorta like the blood pressure thing. ... (16 replies)
... Actually it is good to know that I can reverse damages caused already if I bring down the numbers. Thanks. I found out a bit of exercise after supper (20 minutes of biking while watching TV) helps a lot. It brought down the 2 hours to 8.0 or 140. The fasting one still high at 6.8 or 120. (16 replies)
... So I buy those blood glucose monitor and strips and then do what? ... (9 replies)
... Susie...if I were you I would purchase a Blood Glucose Monitor and the Glucose Strips and I would keep that on hand at all times. Sounds like you do have diabetes but instead of being hyperglycemic...you are hypoglycemic... ... (9 replies)
... I am a type II diabetic. But it sounds like you have HYPOGLYCEMIA and not what I have which is HYPERGLYCEMIA. I would really recommend you getting a Blood Glucose Monitor (Walmart has some that are fairly cheap $20.00 and the glucose strips $10-25) and keep this on hand at all times. Because what you need to capture is the reading when you have one of those episodes of... (9 replies)
... Well, this depends on a few things. Personally, I like to take mine right away because I want to know what it was while I was sleeping. Typically blood glucose can drop some in the first 30-60 minutes after you wake up. The timing is important too. If I normally test at 6am and am 120, and then on Saturday don't get up until 9am and am 84, that doesn't tell you much... (1 replies)
... I take an average 360 ml of wine or 120 ml of spirit whenever I drink. ... (0 replies)


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