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Blood sugar
May 23, 2015
... No diabetes doesn't run in the family. High blood pressure, heart problems, and thyroid cancer do. I hate the doctors office but I might have to break down and go. ... (5 replies)
Blood sugar
May 22, 2015
... to me this is still high compared to my previous numbers, the only thing i changed was i started the copenhagen. ... (5 replies)
... Since you said they are random, to me (not a doc) they appear perfectly normal. A 120 fasting would be considered ever so slightly elevated, but as a random #, it's perfectly acceptable. Are these #s you are checking yourself? Keep in mind that many home meters read high, by as much as 20%. If your doc is worried, see about getting a glucose tolerance test. That will be... (1 replies)

... I had a bunch of bloodwork done because of my vertigo, and it included blood sugar and A1C. ... (1 replies)
I dont get it...
Apr 15, 2015
... A couple of months ago I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. The dietitian wanted to put me on meds for high cholesterol, diabetes, vitamin d and fish oil. I believe there were 5 in all. ... (0 replies)
... I would be very grateful if someone could adequately explain the phenomenon of a high fasting blood sugar to me and perhaps give me some feedback as to how to manage it. ... (8 replies)
... First of all I would like you to know one thing about your fasting blood sugar ! the medications you and others taking for diabetes ARE TOTAL failure to get your blood sugar levels down in the morning or so. ... (8 replies)
... in the morning. Anyway, its been a couple of months now since starting taking those medications. I dont know where my Cholestorol is, but I will be taking a blood test in a few weeks for that. ... (2 replies)
... in the morning. When blood sugar levels go too low, the body produces glycogen, which triggers the liver to release the stored glucose. ... (8 replies)
... Things were great, except for my fasting readings...then I read that if you start to run out of BG overnight your liver will produce it for that morning 'flight or fight' response. ... (5 replies)
... test showed me at 9, and my fasting blood sugar was 158. ... (5 replies)
... However if you want , you can do as my wife did when diagnosed two years ago with a blood sugar of 500 fasting and also high cholesterol. Did you ever thnk of that combo? ... (7 replies)
... Same here. Around 4 am I'm at 160 and then by 8 I'm at 200 and by 9 about 220! I have been trying to "trick" my liver into not dumping glucose by eating a small protein at 4 am since I'm up anyway and it seems to be helping. Give it a try! (2 replies)
... I have an odd situation. EVERY morning my fasting blood sugar is close to 200. By 9 or 10 o'clock in the morning it is normal. ... (2 replies)
... I have not been diagnosed with prediabetes. I have other major health conditions so I am hoping not to add high BG to the list of my health issues. ... (2 replies)
... no matter what I do. I read that cinnamon and Apple cider vinegar brings down fasting blood sugar. ... (13 replies)
... The treatment for hypOglycemia is a fairly high protein low carb diet. ... (14 replies)
... My fasting blood sugars were between 95 and 101 for almost 50 years before they suddenly shot up to 289 at age 70. ... (14 replies)
... and hypo is low blood sugar. ... (14 replies)
... I will certainly try your suggestion. If I can control the rising sugar levels, it is more important than actually understanding. ... (8 replies)


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