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... Assuming numbers in mmol/litre, 7.0 would be the threshold for diabetes. So you would be well into the pre-diabetes range. Below 5.6 is considered "normal". Have you had your HbA1c percentage tested? It may be rather late, but if you can increase exercise and lose excess body fat, that may help control your blood glucose levels (whether or not you eventually have to... (4 replies)
... office test was an A1c, as they also could have done just a simple blood glucose test. ... (5 replies)
... Thank you for your reply, and guess I will just have to wait till the next test and hope it is back to a more normal range. ... (11 replies)

... I am assuming the numbers you quited are fasting levels ? ... (11 replies)
... Well years ago she had her glucose testing kit thingy out and a bunch of us, cousins and other relatives, were just testing our blood sugars to see what we all were. ... (18 replies)
... diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance, and that's when we need to take charge to prevent it from getting worse. ... (18 replies)
... Well, in fact, your body will be using glucose much better for the 3 or 4 afters after the ride. ... (5 replies)
A1c 6.2
Feb 7, 2009
... of the time is in the 90's. I have been taking my glucose reading about 8 times a day for the last 4 months. ... (10 replies)
... I agree with TFKeel that it could be years before this would become serious, but at the same time, that 1ac and some of the numbers are not super low either. ... (13 replies)
... Your husband can probably benefit from excercise even if he does not need to lose weight. Excercise usually brings down your glucose levels immediately and keeps them lower for several hours. ... (13 replies)
... change of eating alone bring those numbers down? ... (13 replies)
... Despite the diagnosis I manage to maintain relatively normal blood sugar levels. My doctor considered a fasting glucose anywhere over 120 abnormal. Since, in the beginning, my morning glucoses were between 110 and 115, he put me on metformin at night. ... (8 replies)
... of my body covered in poison ivy. Sure enough things came back to normal when the poison ivy went away. ... (3 replies)
... I've had this feeling that sometimes when my glucose level gets high enough the insulin kicks in much more. ... (15 replies)
... Most often, I find excercise drops my glucose levels immediately, with the odd case where it raises them. ... (2 replies)
... seems to think I'm perfectly fine with these numbers and actually makes fun of my concern. He seems only concerned with my fasting glucose number and A1C. ... (2 replies)
... The numbers in the 60s... are these fasting BG results? ... (5 replies)
... existant, but once my glucose is elevated I over secrete insulin and, as a result, often suffer from reactive hypoglycemia. ... (1 replies)
... ther hand, if it's m ore than micro...he could be in the early stages of kidney failure. Here again, the best way to prevent further damage is to keep the blood glucose under tight control and take ACE inhibitors. ... (3 replies)
... Gosh...it just doesn't sound like you were running THAT high. But I understand about the fastings. At 201 you JUST made the diabetes diagnosis. Every lab is different and maybe at another you'd have been 199 or something. It sounds like you are teetering between diabetes and Glucose Intolerance, or pre-diabetes. Please keep me posted on what the met does for you. You and I... (6 replies)




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