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... William had a seizure in Oct 2002. His blood sugar in the ambulance was 400. ... (6 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)
... 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)

Hi all!!
Jun 13, 2007
... at all times. Of course eating a lot of simple sugars in a very short period of time could spike it higher because of the time it takes for that kind of stuff to raise glucose levels vs the time the body takes to lower glucose levels, but even so it shouldn't get that much higher. ... (9 replies)
... hour fast. However, my last test showed 65 which is the lowest I have ever seen. I know it can fluctuate all depending on when, where, .... the blood was taken. I also know 65 is still within the normal range limits. Also, the week of the blood test was my week of starting a modified Atkins type diet. ... (9 replies)
... This second doctor doesn't sound like he knows a lot about blood sugars. ... (3 replies)
... I am reading a guide to diabetes put out by Johns Hopkins, published 1997. It says that the normal person's blood glucose level should not go above about 140 after eating. ... (2 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)
... diabetic then your diet should be adjusted to eliminate sugar and other carbs. If you feel better when you eat sugar that does not mean it is good for you. There could be other problems here that are similar to diabetes. ... (6 replies)
Morning highs
Feb 19, 2005
... As for the numbers being hard to keep under control, those values alone are dependent upon many factors, with influence levels differently in all of us. ... (2 replies)
... isn't all that bad. What have your morning blood sugars been running? ... (4 replies)
... Just went to my doctor to get results of my GTT and other tests and review the readings I've been taking from my monitor. ... (3 replies)
... I went to a specialist at Yale who thinks that all the sugar free stuff I have been drinking or eating over 30 years may be the culprit. Who knows? ... (4 replies)
... dl is even a bit on the high side in my opinion. High bloodsugar levels are quite damaging to your arteries and nerves. ... (4 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)
... 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)
... months ago, I had open heart surgery, and while in the hospital, my BS levels were quite high. I was recieving insulin shots 4 times a day. Upon discharge, I was prescribed metformin to take before breakfast and dinner. ... (2 replies)
... t to do it either but I will if that times times. It probably is not "if" more than "when." Diabetes is progressive with some exceptions, they say. The length of time from diagnosis to taking insulin just depends on your particular situation. The progressing depends on so many different things. ... (10 replies)
... dL, whether taken 15, 30, 60, or 120 min post meal. ... (20 replies)
Need advice
Mar 29, 2008
... What really puzzles me is that my non fasting levels seem to be well within the normal range. ... (3 replies)




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