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... keep getting lows, and whenever I feel low I eat. ... (3 replies)
Low Insulin Level
May 21, 2006
... Before I got diabetes my fasting insulin level ranged from too low to too high. I'm not sure an exact numbers, but I know one time I missed type 1 ranges by like .5, another time I was double normal. ... (11 replies)
Low Insulin Level
May 21, 2006
... For example, in November, when I was having hypoglycemic problems, my fasting insulin level was 57. ... (11 replies)

... Fasting Insulin levels should be in the range of 6. ... (3 replies)
... Here is my take on it. I think what your doctor was refering too is that there are not enough insulin receptors on the cell surface for insulin to be able to poke glucose into these cells. The cells aren't "doing their job" and the result is that blood glucose goes up. ... (14 replies)
... lls are protecting themselves from the toxic effects of it by denying entry. Organ and muscle cells keep excess glucose out early in the process by shutting down insulin receptors. But fat cells have a much greater capacity for glucose. ... (14 replies)
Low Insulin Level
May 20, 2006
... I, too, wonder what a "low" insulin level means. ... (11 replies)
... Trek is right.. Everything sounds normal. The problem with feeling low might have to do with what you are eating. Some people have reactive hypoglycemia with simple carbs. ... (3 replies)
... Sounds more like you need to get another doctor. You need one that will sit down and talk to you and explain the test reults with you. According to waht you said of the results he did tell you about, you are normal. There is no low. Keep doing what you are doing and get another doctor. He just crazy. Good luck on the search. trekgirl (3 replies)
... and fasting insulin. I've had the former tested in the past and just as then it came back perfectly normal 4. ... (3 replies)
... TSH and Triglycerides ok. The doctor says to follow a low glycemic diet and exercise. I am doing that. ... (0 replies)
... Yes, your GTT is indicative of reactive hypoglycemia. When I had my GTT, I hit 314 in hour 2 and 32 in hour 3. My insulin level was 300. As Tfkeel said, your test is indicative of early diabetes... this is probably why you have reactive hypoglycemia. ... (7 replies)
... I don't know what this means. It didn't give a range. How low is too low? ... (1 replies)
... The insulin level test shows how much insulin your pancreas needs to produce to keep blood glucose normal. If a fasting test has been done, the higher the insulin level is, the more insulin resistance there is. As your insulin level is low, it doesn't look like there is any insulin resistance. ... (4 replies)
... The lower the insulin level the better. When you eat something and glucose gets into te blood stream, the pancreas is stimulated to produce insulin, and insulin levesl rise. After fasting, insulin levels should drop right off. ... (1 replies)
... serum insulin level with a BG. ... (1 replies)
... My understanding is that elevated insulin levels can indicate insulin resistance, even before blood sugar levels start rising. ... (7 replies)
... I am not a doctor. And I am a Type1 Diabetic. So I don't know a lot about Type 2. But having been insulin dependent for 27 years has given me some useful insights. And you may find comments from my perspective interesting. ... (5 replies)
... I am new to Type 2 Diabetes and have a questions on fasting insulin levels and a couple more. ... (5 replies)
... year old daughter who had a blood sugar reading of 49 after lunch. I would like to know what the average reading for a child should be. The doctor is running an insulin level check on her from a fasting blood test. He also has us checking her blood sugars 4 times a day. I'm very confused and am not sure what the norm should be. ... (1 replies)


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