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... Thank you for your reply! I just got the glucometer this morning as a nurse the other day suggested I graph the trends in my bloodwork. I feel useless and like I want to be doing something to try to figure this all out, so it seemed like a good idea. ... (2 replies)
... I have one non fasting tested in Australia. The normal range is very different from yours. Mine was 6. ... (5 replies)
... d. So you are at the cusp. Give it some time with your new diet and add some more exercise. You will see what happens when you get another a1c done in 3 months or so. ... (3 replies)

... Unfortunately, not much was done about it. They had to have seen how high it was and would've called me to let me know or to reschedule an appointment. Nothing. I went to an endocrinologist one time last year. ... (9 replies)
... About a year ago I was getting a bad fever and passed out in school and the nurse found my glucose to be 1. ... (2 replies)
... the result was 11.5. After seeing the results of my blood glucose test, and especially in the past week after buying a blood glucose monitor and seeing just how bad my blood sugar was, I'd been eating very lightly to avoid an emergency from very high blood sugar. ... (2 replies)
Feb 18, 2011
... because I didn't watch what I ate. When I take it at home it is in the 80s and 90s. A1C is 6.3. Doctor said to just watch what I eat and continue to do my walking each day. ... (7 replies)
... oh wow so then say i test at 5 and it is 110 and i test again at 6 without eating anything and it has jumped now to 121, what is this called then? ... (34 replies)
... I have a question regarding fasting glucose levels. First, I have not been diagnosed as having diabetes. ... (2 replies)
... My blood glucose level after a 12 hour fast is 6.7 which I believe is the pre diabetes range. ... (2 replies)
... Ok, ideally there are only 3 numbers you really need to concern yourself with. First off is your fasting number. This gives an idea of how well you handle the dawn phenomenon. Secondly you want to test 2 hours post prandially. ... (14 replies)
... Ruth made some very true comments that it is critical you get your levels down as soon as possible. Long term, keep those levels up will hurt you. ... (30 replies)
... This query probably relates to UK standards but is it usual to have to wait weeks to see someone for the first time? ... (30 replies)
... People get misdiagnosed with diabetes in early progression all the time due to just what you said, where the readings are not always high. ... (11 replies)
... My diabetes diagnosis was in 2 phases . I was 60lbs heavier than I am now. My fasting levels and 1ac were so bad I didn't need an OGTT. I first lost 50lbs and it all went away. ... (11 replies)
... Very often the fasting number is the last to go, and it is the post meal glucose that rises a lot. The good news is that you may be able to handle this with diet and exercise and no matter what, you can still live a long, happy life with diabetes. ... (1 replies)
... months ago I had a 3 hour glucose test that came back "impaired". 2 months ago I had a fasting sugar of 164. I was told that in order to be dx as diabetic I had to have two fastings higher than ? ... (1 replies)
... First off, try not to panic when your blood sugar is 80. That isn't really considered "low". It feels really low to you because you are going into the 200s, but it's not really low. ... (3 replies)
... If your endo says you are not insulin resistant I would hope he is basing that on lab work. ... (6 replies)
... I'm a Dexcom customer, with no financial interest in the company and it's sales... except, I'd be unbelievably pissed if they went out of business. ... (2 replies)

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