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... chemo. Don't know when your doctor tested you for diabetes, but if it wasn't really recent, you might want to ask him to test you again, and it should be with a glucose tolerance test. ... (16 replies)
... Fast forward, my BG numbers now are going high and low. ... (17 replies)
... Fast forward, my BG numbers now are going high and low. ... (17 replies)

... There's also something called dawn phenomenon. Everyone's blood glucose rises just before their normal waking hour, preparing your body to have enough energy to face the day. ... (1 replies)
... So, having experience in being my own advocate in all things medical, I asked if she would prescribe a glucose meter, which she did. I feel the need to be informed as to what it is that is causing my glucose to be higher than normal. ... (1 replies)
... hour glucose test in feb 2011 and the number on the 2nd hour was 72. I am 52 y.o. Before all my health issues I was 114 lbs at 5'6". ... (12 replies)
... diabetic or diabetic depends on which doctor you see and what diagnostic guidelines they use. Some doctors focus more on the A1c and others will order an oral glucose tolerance test to get a better idea of how you react to glucose. ... (5 replies)
... r obviously did not consider me diabetic and sent me home with no follow up. However, I continue to monitor my blood sugar at home. It's my post prandial blood glucose that is high. I stopped eating rice and instead am eating now sweet potato. I am observing my intake of carbohydrates. ... (5 replies)
... I'm not familiar with the hydroxybuterate test and have not had it myself. I was diagnosed by an oral glucose tolerance test, but my fasting numbers were completely normal. They are only part of the whole picture, but can't be used to rule out diabetes. ... (1 replies)
... My normal blood test showed a glucose reading of 270 that matched the 9.9 when I was first diagnosed a couple months ago. ... (13 replies)
... More sugar in means more glucose for your liver to store. ... (2 replies)
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Dec 2, 2012
... Should these numbers vary this much? ... (1 replies)
... If not, maybe he should get one and then he could at least have that to help track his numbers for the doctor. I'm sure the doctor isn't very happy with him. Do you know what his A1C number is? ... (10 replies)
... some do not. At least you won't be on it for long and once you stop taking it and get rid of the abcess, the numbers should come down. ... (9 replies)
... An a1c of 11 means an average glucose level of 269. This is pretty high and it is very common to feel low at a more normal number when you have become accustomed to being much higher. The good news is that this goes away once you spend more time at more normal blood sugars. ... (2 replies)
... retook it and it was normal. But my concern here is my glucose. It has always come back normal but this year it was 104. I know they've lowered the numbers. ... (0 replies)
... Yeah, I was really happy about it! I still find it bad that I had to come to Japan to get any real treatment. Back home, I never had that luxury due to lack of insurance and hence my sporadic visits and out of control A1c numbers. A few years ago, my highest was at about 11, so when checking it in late July for my health check (mandatory here) and seeing 13.3, I was beyond... (9 replies)
... more meds unnessarily.....I'm wondering if this doc just wants to get me on another med for self interest, more visits, more money for the pharms, etc.....These numbers I have don't seem bad to me... ... (5 replies)
... So I bought a BG meter several months ago when my thyroid was out of whack and I was having issues with hypoglycemia, and I also had a fasting blood glucose done at work over 100. ... (3 replies)
... headaches, fatigue, family history, tendency to get yeast infections, tingling in my hands and feet, and just general feeling like crap, but she said my fasting glucose was "normal. ... (3 replies)

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