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Test results
Feb 22, 2009
... along with high LDL cholesterol, low HDL cholesterol, high blood sugar, and high blood pressure are the components of "metabolic syndrome x" which is caused by insulin resistance. ... (6 replies)
A1C test results
Jun 21, 2016
... r breakfast all of my life. I think of all of the sugar spikes I've induced on myself over the years, and think that would probably be a large contributor to any insulin resistance or loss of pancreatic function. ... (5 replies)
... I am just wondering how you go about being diagnosed with insulin resistance? ... (4 replies)

... Well, then your high insulin levels are a mystery for me... ... (5 replies)
... The only thing that comes to mind is Insulin Resistance. Your glucose levels are perfect, I think. It seems your pancreas is overproducing insulin, but why? ... (5 replies)
... Hi DeWayne. It sounds like you are doing fine. First off, the OGTT looks great. While I'm not an expert on insulin levels, it seems that you don't have any insulin resistance as your insulin level was well within the normal range (bottom third) at the same time that your blood sugar was also more than acceptable (excellent in fact). As for the home finger sticks, keep in... (3 replies)
... I was just told by my doc that I have insulin resistance. He said the only way I can correct this is by exercise and i have been told to go on supplements chrommium and some other herbal stuff. ... (8 replies)
... My GTT results were as follows. ... (6 replies)
... What were the results of the GTT? ... (6 replies)
... Your GTT results are typical for someone with insulin resistance that isn't yet causing diabetes level blood sugars. ... (4 replies)
... I am a diabetic, and have hypothyroidism. I KNEW I was a diabetic with the alarming way I was gaining weight. The glucose test done by the doctor while fasting kept stating "borderline diabetic"......but that is FASTING ! ... (9 replies)
... Mama Lucia, One thing I don't understand is the normal range you are quoting..."13 to 130." First of all, a blood sugar as low as 13 might be low enough to cause death! That is way below any normal range. Second, 130 is high for a fasting blood glucose. Normal is 70-100, with anything from 101-125 being considered as "impaired glucose tolerance" and anything above 126... (5 replies)
Test results
Nov 16, 2005
... ing if anyone can shed some light on my results, I dont have an apt. with my doctor until next week....I have not been diagnosed with DM but the doctor suspected insulin resistance and reactive hypoglecima... ... (0 replies)
... My understanding is that elevated insulin levels can indicate insulin resistance, even before blood sugar levels start rising. ... (7 replies)
... @MIkeB Thats pretty much a discription of classic hypogycemia.(numbers are a little higher than average) In the first hour the blood sugar spikes becuase a delayed insulin responce, after it reaches a level >180 , (in the second hour)the pancreas then over-reacts and releases too much insulin , somewhere around the 3rd hours 118 reading , you have had a "rebound"... (21 replies)
... Even if I could not completely control my diabetes by diet and exercise alone, I would keep up this routine to keep my response as insulin sensitive as it could be and take an oral med, or perhaps insulin if needed. ... (21 replies)
... When a carb is metabolized in a normal person, blood glucose starts to rise. When this rise gets above a certain level, the pancreas secretes insulin to turn the glucose into glycogen. ... (21 replies)
... y to describe some info out of a physician continuing education credit course from a few years ago and see if this helps to understand both the glucose tolerance test results and what happens as an individual develops type 2. ... (21 replies)
... Insulin resistance can be associated with hypoglycemia according to my endo. Your body can resist the insulin at first, and keep pushing out more and more in attempt to get the blood sugar lower, then all of a sudden there is way too much insulin, thus causing the low. ... (21 replies)
... and the glucose remains in the blood stream, where it can do serious damage over a long period of time. Research is still being done on the how's and why's of insulin resistance. ... (21 replies)

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