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... However my doctor is correct in that 250 mg and above is damaging to vessels and organs. Also I have to do ketone testing at 250 and above. A blood sugar that STAYS above that. ... (14 replies)
Diabeties Y or N?
Apr 30, 2003
... our he will be in the same boat. It is called Hypoglycemia and it is sometimes a pre cursor to diabetes. It often happens in families where there are other types of diabetics. Think of it as opposite diabetes, his pancreas is OVER reacting to sugar and starches etc... ... (4 replies)
Insulin Pump Costs
Apr 16, 2003
... for it. Their insurance did not cover any part of it. ... (3 replies)

... Sounds like your blood sugar level is dropping to a dangerous level. You may be hypoglycemic, which means, you will have to try and keep blood sugar levels "up". ... (2 replies)
... I was diagnosed with type 2 about 2 months ago. I am monitoring my glucose levels twice a day and trying to control this strictly with diet. I have lost 12 pounds so far, am 5'2" and weigh 120 lbs. My question is this. ... (1 replies)
... ics tend to be extraordinarily healthy due to their extremely good eating habits, low body weight, exercise and fittness programs and attention to the management of their body's health. I worked the same job for 10 years, and could accumulate up to 10 sick days per year. ... (4 replies)
My info
Oct 17, 2002
... Sweetie!!! If you lost friends because of this, you don't need 'em anyway! That can be one of the most difficult things to deal with, though. And you might want to ask yourself if you started acting differently towards them after you were diagnosed. ... (1 replies)
Diabetes and I
Nov 21, 2013
... I hail from East India, aged approx. 45 years. Doc prescribed me with T2 Diabetes. Am on medication. Besides Diabetes, I am also hypertensive. Though the Blood Pressure is very much under control, I am advised by my treating Doc to continue with the medicines. The case is almost 4 years by now. ... (5 replies)
... even though I generally only eat one meal a day..urinalysis usually always shows sugar and protien since I was a teenager. I have sleep apnea. ... (10 replies)
... First things first I must say I am a bit of a hypochondriac. I know this about myself. This is the reason I got the meter in the first place. I tested my blood sugar this morning and my fasting was 119. After 2 hour it was 141. The problem I am having is that information on the internet is all over the place. ... (2 replies)
... I was diagnosed as prediabetic because my Doctor who is suppose to be treating me for STRESS DISORDER took it upon himself to check my blood sugar, as well as my blood pressure, my pressure was 160 and my suger was over 200. ... (4 replies)
... ago my fastings were in the mid 90s and now they seem to be climbing dispite my best eating efforts. during the day i manage to keep the numbers between 100 and 120 but i'm afraid they are too high as well as someone told me to aim between 80 and 100 for the whole day. ... (34 replies)
... Thanks Cora for the post and the advice. My 2 hour numbers post meal are usually 120 or lower on my meter. I avoid rice, pasta and I eat the whole grain high fiber wraps instead of white bread with my meals if I want bread. ... (2 replies)
... and Psoriasis which increases my chances of developing it. I am overweight but I have managed to lose about 30 pounds since March thorough diet and exercise. ... (2 replies)
... Seems like your metabolism is having some problems handling blood sugar, but is still able to do a fairly good job. ... (4 replies)
... I recently spoke with my doctor regarding my FBS levels. I get blood work yearly and I am not a diabetic. I always ask about the results and he always says they are fine. ... (1 replies)
... Type 2 diabetes in the adult onset of the disease. Maybe he's being cautious to make sure you're not heading towards it. ... (4 replies)
... 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. ... (15 replies)
... d that I need 240 carbs a day for a guy my size and with the exercise that I do. My fasting number are in the low 120's, night time 170ish. My Doc put me on high blood pressure meds, to help the kidneys more so then high blood pressure because of the damage that has been done, also increased the metformin to 3 times a day. ... (72 replies)
... The percentage is probably a reference to HbA1c, or glycosylated hemoglobin. Basically, the percentage of hemoglobin that has glucose attached to it, a proxy for how high your blood glucose has been on average over 3-4 months (the typical lifespan of a red blood cell). Non-diabetics should have less than 6%, which corresponds to an average blood sugar of 120 mg/dL. ... (3 replies)


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