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... Get a blood test monitor. In choosing one, cost of the meter itself is almost insignificant. ... (2 replies)
... Have you checked your blood pressure medication for any indication that it could raise your blood sugar? ... (2 replies)
Type 2
Apr 7, 2015
... Probably a good time to have your A1C checked. It is the only way besides a glucose tolerance test to see how you react to carbs. The A1c gives you an average blood sugar for 3 months and can detect if you are having spikes after meals. ... (2 replies)

... My blood sugar spikes as well. At first I thought it was what I was eating for dinner that made it go up. Mine is between 150 and 180. I also have a question about exercise. ... (14 replies)
... My blood sugar spikes as well. At first I thought it was what I was eating for dinner that made it go up. Mine is between 150 and 180. I also have a question about exercise. ... (14 replies)
... Thank you so much for responding to my post. It helps to hear from someone that those spikes could be normal. I do have one other question. ... (3 replies)
... It was the most bizarre feeling I had ever had. At no point during this did I think, "high blood sugar." In fact, I initially thought, dizziness most likely means inner ear problem. ... (4 replies)
... When you say you're on a sliding scale, does that mean you take one set dose of insulin for a blood sugar range of, say, 100-150, and another set dose if your range is, say, 150-200? Or do you count carbs and dose according to an insulin-to-carb ratio, i.e., if your i/c ratio is 1/10, then you'd take one unit for every ten grams of carbs you'd be eating. If the former... (3 replies)
Blood sugar spikes
Jul 28, 2013
... I have a problem with my blood sugar spiking. At breakfast my bs is usually around 115 to 120. ... (3 replies)
... tes under control and I kept it that way by eating 3 balanced meals a day and having a snack between each meal and at bedtime. Have a carbohydrate to prevent low blood sugar spikes. 79 Is a good number for blood sugar. Try glucose tablets when you have a low reading. ... (2 replies)
... I am not diabetic either but my blood sugar does something very similar in the morning if I eat two pieces of sprouted grain toast with just fruit strawberry jam with my two eggs. Scary, isn't it? ... (2 replies)
... Susan, How much metformin is your husband taking? Can it be increased? If not, if he's already at the maximum dose and he's not seeing improvement, then it probably is time for insulin. What many people do not seem to understand is that with Type 2, while it is initially caused by insulin resistance, for some people there is also a loss of insulin production,... (2 replies)
High blood sugar
Sep 20, 2010
... I am not a diabetic, but have higher than normal blood sugar. If my blood sugar spikes up from 106 to 187 after eating pizza, is that a very bad sign, or does everyone's blood sugar spike after eating? ... (8 replies)
Blood sugar spike
Sep 20, 2010
... I am not a diabetic, but have higher than normal blood sugar. If my blood sugar spikes up from 106 to 187 after eating pizza, is that a very bad sign, or does everyone's blood sugar spike after eating? ... (2 replies)
... True! I try my best to avoid blood sugar spikes but sometimes it seems my body has a mind of its own and sugars go out of wack whatever I do. I hate diabetes with a passion. ... (9 replies)
... I'm on both now, btw. I take 4 mg in the A.M. of amaryl..and 4 mg in the evening too...plus 500 mg of glucophage in the PM. So far it seems to be helping the spikes in the morning..except on two occasions..but I ate something late in the evening..and probably not something I should have...grrrr. ... (14 replies)
... as possible after taking your Amaryl. Metformin works with your liver and Amaryl works with your pancreas and that means it works with food moreso than fasting blood sugar. Metformin is actually better for your fasting blood sugar. ... (14 replies)
... As someone mentioned, it's called the Dawn Phenomenom. This is how I understand it from reading about it. The natural process of regulating blood sugar involves the pancreas releasing insulin when insulin is high but also involves the pancreas releasing Glucagon when the blood sugar is low. ... (14 replies)
... It is normal for blood sugar to increase in the early hours of the morning. It even occurs in people with type 1 diabetes. ... (14 replies)
... Anyone else notice their blood sugar high when they first get up in the morning? ... (14 replies)




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