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... Diabetes is too high blood sugar. Low blood sugar has nothing to do with it. There is nothing to be done for low blood sugar except to remember to eat. ... (6 replies)
... Thursday people had said she "seemed high on something" it had been very hot all week and she had been drinking water, iced tea, powerade but no soda. ... (14 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. I asked for copies of the test results recently and was concerned to find that my FBS levels were above normal. ... (1 replies)

... Regarding your blood sugars, you need to remember that diabetes is a progressive disease. Even if you take the best care of yourself that you possibly can, it is always possible that you will need more and various medications, including insulin. ... (19 replies)
... Diabetes a few weeks ago and immediately placed on Glyburide, 5mg daily. He also has Cirrhosis of the liver, High Blood Pressure, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Obstructive Sleep Apnea. ... (1 replies)
... Hi there. I'll try to answer your questions as best I can. The dry mouth can be caused by meds, but is most likely due to the high blood sugar. When your sugar is high, the kidneys work very hard to flush out the excess. To do this, they pull a lot of water out of your system. Hence the thirst. ... (18 replies)
... Hello. Your mother's vomiting may or may not be caused by high blood sugar levels. High Blood Sugars can create symptoms of vomiting and other discomforts, but so can Gastrointestinal problems that may or may not be related to her Diabetes. ... (5 replies)
... I have other health issues that I thought could be the reason of my weight loss. But the pulmo said its not my lung infection. The endocrinologist does not believe it to be prediabetes. I am on thyroid medications. ... (12 replies)
... more vigilant about my medical records. I had previously asked my doctor about the results and he said they were fine. Anyway, since then I have been testing my blood sugar at home first thing in the morning and in the beginning the reuslts would run anywhere from 93 to 139. Not very often in the 130's but it still showed up. ... (2 replies)
... I'm not diagnosed diabetic, but have monitored my blood sugar for some time with finger sticks as it's in my family. ... (3 replies)
... are chemicals making your body do certain things like stimulating insulin production, making your liver stop producing glucose, making you more sensitive....how does it work...its chemicals making your body react in some way or another... insulin on the other hand is just what it is. ... (28 replies)
... out of your diet for the most part. You need to watch your intake of refined high carbohydrate foods and things like bread, potatoes, rice, etc. Eating these foods will aggravate your problem. ... (3 replies)
... ls by a certain time, I am sure to have a hypoglycemic reaction. I am working with my doctor right now to learn more. Sometimes, not always, if I drink something high in sugar like orange juice, my sugar goes up to 200 for about 5 hours afterwards. ... (7 replies)


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