... lbs to 208 lbs. HDL went from 30 to 39. Triglycerides went from 243 to 119. All with in a month. Somehow my LDL went up from 143 to 145. Glucose went from 129 to 97 fasting. Cholesterol went from 222 to 208. My cholesterol is borderline. I need to work on lowering that. I can take some vitamin d to up that. ... (0 replies)
... My official blood sugar fasting number from the doctor is 97. Is that alright for a non diabetic. ... (12 replies)
... I have been trying to lose weight and decided to monitor my blood sugar level. I have never been diagnoised with diabetes. ... (1 replies)
... I'm very early into a pregnancy.
Recently I've been very thirsty, had an increased appetite, and have lost 3lbs while eating normally.
It occured to me this morning that maybe I should test my blood sugar levels (we have a monitor due to having to do repeat testing on our daughter who we now know does not have hypoglycemia or diabetes).
The first result was 106 so I... (4 replies)
... I am on 50mg of Seroquel as a sleep aid. My blood surgar has always been in the 80's. ... (1 replies)
... when should blood sugar levels rise and what to? ... (2 replies)
... pre diabetic blood sugar levels with these symptoms? ... (4 replies)
... You should really see your Dr. nad get some good advice. The reading of 97 is normal, but a reading of 124 at 2 hrs. after eating may, and I mean may be questionable. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks for the responses. I didn't know how to take it properly. I stayed up late last night so the last bite of food I had eaten was at 4 this morning...slept, Didn't eat anything nor drink anything but water, then got her to check it at 1 today. It was 97. Then I ate lunch and checked it two hours after it was 124. Is this normal readings From what I read it is, non... (8 replies)
... Knowing that meters accuracy, it probably means something to the effect of you're bs is 97.
All kidding aside, verify the reading, and if it's right, it means like over 600 so correct if you have fast acting insulin, otherwise get ye to the ER. (3 replies)
... this disease is very complex. i think every person is different, the ultimate goal is to have a relatively normal bs.. i personally dont subscribe to any strict guide lines, i truly think that most diabetic educators are people who think diabetes is easily controllable (i.e. educators who've learned everything they know by reading about it) some of the most credible... (9 replies)
... Thank You everyone--I am learning a lot! Here is an update. I have been basically eating as if I am on phase one of the South Beach Diet. I'm eating lean meats, nuts, etc. Lots of low-fat sugar-free yogurt and cheese. Salads and vegetables. No fruits and as little carbs as possible, because the last time I ate a boca burger with cheese on a wheat bun my BS level 90 minutes... (2 replies)
... Quest is using. They had 127 for 6.4 A1c and 97 for 5.5 A1c. ... (7 replies)
... Ruth -
Check out this Healthboards link:
I found the "Nathan Formula" on 5 websites, but the above link makes reference to:
Avg. BS = HbA1c % x 35.6 - 77.3 from a link given in the thread referenced above. Your chart numbers seem to be closer to this forumla than the Nathan formula. I've done a... (7 replies)
... I recently had a physical, to my shock my fasting blood sugar came back at 101. Perhaps more unusual,the doc did not even call me back about it, did not know til I got the physical summary mailed to me. ... (1 replies)
... mal 5'7 143pounds however for I had a tendency to eat late and a lot and I'm worried my body has now finally started to lessen down on its metabolism. My fasting blood sugar when i got up in the morning and ran down to the pharmacy to test it have been 96 and 97. ... (0 replies)
... emanded that we go to the ER. We did and lots of tests were run. All good. Stress test was good too. I immediately followed up with my GP. She looked at the blood work and said my blood sugar was 160 which even I know isn't good. ... (0 replies)
... hours after eating my blood sugar was 109. But I have a dry mouth for 2 months and i am thirsty, I did other blood checkups nothing came up. my doctor doesn't think I am prediabetic but my thrist doesn't go away. ... (7 replies)
... of digestion. The tests that were performed on humans concentrated on the effects of taste upon CPIR. It seemed like they were most interested in the effects of sugar versus artificial sweeteners, where it was found that both sugar and artificial sweeteners both elicited a release of Insulin during chewing. ... (25 replies)
... loped stage 1 hypertension, where my bottom number is way higher then the top, so mostly i'm around like 119 over 97..so i finally caved in and got on statin and blood pressure med to help resolve all this, uggggh...hoping it helps soon and hoping and praying that when i lose enough weight i can come off both of these meds! ... (34 replies)