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... acteria. While being dehydrated helps bring them on so does many other things! If you suffered from any gastro side effects that could also lead to uti's because of the presence of bacteria, the dehydration effects, etc. ... (5 replies)
How Bad Is This?
Aug 4, 2008
... like the older we get, the faster the years pass by. I can remember when my wife and I first started out on our journey together, over four decades ago, with all of our dreams and challenges, and POOF, here we are, senior citizens, our youth behind us. ... (10 replies)
Need advice
Apr 1, 2008
... diabetic." It sounds like it's not terribly out of control at this point, but it will be if you do not change things like your diet and exercise. Even a 20 min walk a day would help if that's all you can fit in. ... (3 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)
... 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)
... minute treadmill workout. So perhaps that explains the elevation from 120 to 128. ... (11 replies)
... A couple of things. How long after you exercised did you test? ... (11 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)
... up call. Normal blood glucose ranges are a lot lower than the diabetes diagnosis benchmarks. ... (7 replies)
... My Husband Went In For Bloodwork And His Blood Sugar Level Was Elevated, So The Dr. Wants Him To Check His Blood Twice A Day For 2 Weeks And Come Back In. ... (1 replies)
... It is only important that you measure your body weight about the same time of the day. Your weight will tend to vary some, and this is a good way to minimize the variation. ... (3 replies)
... ing to evict a tenant from my home, I was under so much stress that my level went back up into the high 300s. Topped out at 380, not good. This was over a period of 4 months. My levels would not come down during that time. Stress kills. Never forget that.. ... (8 replies)
... On and off again, I had had many of the problems he described and others describe as being associated with the disease. ... (4 replies)
... I had routine blood work done not too long ago which showed that my blood sugar was a little high. ... (8 replies)
My hunch was right
Sep 21, 2006
... Given how high your husband's blood sugars have been, and given what you told me about this happening right after he'd been sick, I still suspect he may have T1. ... (10 replies)
... Never take your blood test after a meal you will always get a high reading even 2 hours after a meal. ... (18 replies)
Headaches...
May 5, 2006
... I also get the same dull headaches and now I know they are an internal signal to me that my sugar is running high. ... (3 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)
Have a question...
Jan 12, 2006
... It sounds to me like you're in the very beginning stages of T2. Do not be upset that your doctor "pawned" you off to an endo... ... (12 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)




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