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... hour glucose tolerance test after an episode of "syncope" where I passed out and hit my head. ... (5 replies)
... I had problems with the Glucose Tolerance Test. I started vomiting and passed out after 30 minutes. I could never finish the test and felt terrible for a couple of days. ... (5 replies)
... I had to take a glucose tolerance test because I had some high readings 2 hours after eating and one high fasting reading. I fasted for 12 hours before the test and shortly after I drank the glucose drink I felt a bit woozy and very tired. ... (5 replies)

... I get sick like that when my blood sugar drops fast (usually about hour 4 on a 5 hour test). After the nausea goes away, I just feel groggy. It usually takes me a day to recover fully. (5 replies)
... and controlled glucose levels. ... (21 replies)
... ple can definitely become diabetic from chemo. Don't know when your doctor tested you for diabetes, but if it wasn't really recent, you might want to ask him to test you again, and it should be with a glucose tolerance test. ... (16 replies)
... Diabetes effects many areas of health. Blood pressure and chloresterol are two. ... (4 replies)
... Actually a glucose tolerance test is a better marker for diabetes earlier! ... (2 replies)
New Diagnosed
Jan 3, 2003
... I found out yesterday after having a 3 hour Glucose Tolerance Test that I am Diabetic. I have suffered with numbness in arms, legs, hands and feet for a year now so hoepfully this is the cause and I can try to lower my numbers. ... (2 replies)
... diabetes but I understand that you have to repeat it another day and get another abnormal. In fact, I think I have read that if a person comes into the lab for a glucose tolerance test and the fasting specimen is elevated, there is no need to continue the test. ... (15 replies)
... From my readings it is the Phase I Insulin Response that is responsible for not allowing blood glucose levels to spike after meals. Phase I Insulin is stored insulin, available for immediate use. The pancreas then starts making more to deal with the after effects of the meal. ... (9 replies)
... eflection of controlling your blood sugar by diet, just the way any type II diabetic is told to do at first. It would seem that you should at least have a 2 hour glucose test as a further workup, I can't understand why your doctor hasn't done this. ... (12 replies)

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