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... I am going through similiar problems..My doctor referred me to a Diabetes Endocrinologist. She set an appointment up for me to see a dietician who works in same office. My doctor is good, but I am having another problem that is extreme fatigue, and this is why he referred me to the Diabetes Endocrinologist to find out of the type 2 diabetes (was diagnosed end of last... (7 replies)
... When your sugars are unstable, it will affect your eyes. You need to get them checked with an optamologist, an eye specialist. He/she will give you a regular eye exam and then will examine each eye for any problems associated with diabetes. And you may have to wear glasses, if you aren't already, and new prescription. Good luck and get those eyes checked. (1 replies)
... An excellent book that I use for my diabetes is : "Reversing Heart Disease and Preventing Diabetes" by Kent Rieske. All your answers will be found there to bring your sugars way down. Stonemark (7 replies)

... Those are definitely high readings and if allowed to continue for a long time would likely lead to complications. I'd certainly urge you to schedule an appointment with a doctor ASAP. ... (7 replies)
... Diagnosed about 10 days ago .... Over the last 2 years had readings of 124, 109, then 214. I jumped on things and adopted low carb, no sugar, low animal fat diet and have lost 11lbs already. ... (1 replies)
... es in late Jan this year. Initial treatment for the first two weeks was a diet change. 1800 calories, lay off the rice, the sodas, the Carbs and sub stevia for sugar in my hot tea. ... (7 replies)
... I have a question here about low sugar readings. I have been experiencing alot of low sugar readings. One time this week when I was feeling sweaty I took my reading and it would not reqister a number it just said low. ... (3 replies)
... The short answer is yes, the menstrual cycle can definitely affect your blood sugar readings. Some women are affected during ovulation, some during the week prior to their period starting, some during the week of their period. ... (2 replies)
... I was wondering how to know if you have low or high sugar, since I've heard that diabetics can have their sugar get low on them too sometimes. High sugar runs on my mother's side of the family, and low on my dad's. ... (7 replies)
... dramatically, because of dietary changes and demanding physical exercise, and I have been able to increase the carbs in my diet without any increases in my blood sugar or symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... I would suggest you change Doctors if you feel you have to bribe them. A simple blood test will give your sugar readings and that should be enough to tell everyone what they need to know. ... (14 replies)
... First of all, Dawn phenomenon is where you blood sugar raises overnight in preparation for the day. If you haven't had a problem with this before, then it's probably not that. ... (2 replies)
... I went on a very healthy, small meal, low calorie, low Glycemic, frequent eating diet and, almost immediately, I experienced improvements to my health and blood sugar. ... (5 replies)
... I too was very much surprised at your extremely low intake of calories! ... (11 replies)
... e try to cut carbs out of their diet to try to lose weight but that would make you have those lows. I would talk to your endo, Keep a food diary and include your readings with it for one week. And go see a dietitian too! ... (3 replies)
... hi just reading your questions and answers,iv been a diabetic for 39years and yea your right your body can dip to a low during the night and you get a burst of glucose from your liver but like one answered have a snack with carbs in before you go to bed because if like me you can reach an incredible high through the night but then dip to nothing in the morning but at least if... (5 replies)
... My doctor sent me home with a monitor to check my fasting blood sugar every morning. ... (2 replies)
... The way I understand it, and someone please correct me if I am wrong, is, during the night, your body goes so long without food, that it goes into kind of a "starvation" mode and your liver (which stores up glucose for "emergencies") dumps a good amount of sugar (actually glycogen) into your body, thus, diabetics often times waking up with highs, not being able to process such... (5 replies)
... Hi, I just started doing sugar readings at the request of my primary doctor. ... (3 replies)
... eating blood sugar rise and what causes it to drop so low afterwards. Knowing this will enable you to manage the situation more effectively. My understanding of it goes something like this. ... (9 replies)

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