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... does high blood sugar mean that you have diabetes (1 replies)
... It depends...on exactly HOW high it is, how soon after eating, how long does it remain high. ... (1 replies)
... diabetics can reach as high as 180 after a high carb meal, although most people only hit 140. What makes the difference is whether you get symptoms with your numbers. ... (3 replies)

... That's basically what I mean when I say inconsistent. I will have very similar meals with different sugar level results." Similar is not necessarily exactly the same...are you weighing and measuring your foods? ... (22 replies)
... That's basically what I mean when I say inconsistent. I will have very similar meals with different sugar level results." Similar is not necessarily exactly the same...are you weighing and measuring your foods? ... (22 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)
... It depends on several factors. Watermelon is very high in sugar and what you really need to know is how quickly you recovered from it. How long after you STARTED eating the watermelon did she check you? ... (3 replies)
... Hi all! Reading through these posts, I started wondering about blood sugar levels. I thought that a reading of about 100 was ok, is that true? ... (1 replies)
... is 37.62 which seems to be high when compared to the normal fasting reference range of 2. ... (0 replies)
... Oh, ditto, ditto, and ditto again what Cora said to you, Pigtown. You are at a stage where you have an excellent chance of managing your diabetes with diet and exercise alone, but all the time you put it off, waiting for things to be "better" so you can then take care of yourself... ... (9 replies)
... 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)
... A fasting blood test is used to diagnose diabetes. You would be wise to request a fasting test. ... (4 replies)
... can be managed, but that does not mean that the disease is "cured". In a rare few people, losing weight can actually cure Type 2, but that's a VERY rare few people! ... (4 replies)
... He woke up last week Tuesday with severe nausea, dizziness and vomiting. He was taken to the hospital with elevated blood pressure and elevated blood sugar. They tested him for strokes, heart and arterial function, etc. and everything was okay. ... (5 replies)
... I mean I can understand if it's deep fried copious amounts of bread or fries. But why stuff like deep fried chicken? ... (2 replies)
... cause I am young, my doctor is holding off on putting me on meds. He is putting me on a low carb diet, and every day I'm supposed to go to the office and have my blood sugars checked by the nurse practitioner. ... (2 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)
What does it mean?
Jun 22, 2012
... but this is different for everyone. For example a blood sugar of 70 for me is not normal. I feel that is too low for me and I do have low blood sugar symptoms. If you are really concerned it is best to talk to your doctor and get tested for diabetes. ... (1 replies)
... If you have high insulin levels, it means that you have insulin resistance. While your blood sugar may be normal, your body is working too hard to keep your glucose levels in check and is wearing out your pancreas. This is a precursor to full blown diabetes. ... (1 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)




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