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... This is the only one of the 3 tests which measures actual tissue damaged by high glucose levels. ... (4 replies)
... yourself HbA1c test kits are available in many drug stores and provide results in about 8 minutes. ... (1 replies)
... I can remember using diet to control my overall glucose level, but even though my body in that state had its own idea on what "normal" glucose levels were for it. I jokingly call this it's "dysfunctional glucose level. ... (10 replies)

... definately affected your glucose readings. My recommendation is to take your diet to the next level of control and be more stringent with the quality of your carbohydrates. ... (10 replies)
... What should be the normal readings of Glucose testing after a 12 hour fast? Will drinking a small glass of water before the test affect the readings? (3 replies)
... explain to me what the lower number readings are? ... (13 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)
Glucose questions
Jun 18, 2009
... When fasting your liver is supposed to produce a certain amount of glucose to keep the level from dropping too low. Given your level is over 100, it could be there is a small defect in the mechanism. ... (11 replies)
Glucose questions
Jun 18, 2009
... my glucose readings are in the low 60s. What does this mean? ... (11 replies)
... need to look at the total grams of carbohydrates in the meal, as carbohydrates break down into sugars as they digest. Pasta, potato chips, soda, alcohol, etc., are all loaded with carbs. ... (6 replies)
Normal readings
Aug 15, 2008
... is it normal for the blood sugar to go up after eating like that? ... (7 replies)
... Have you seen any of your blood glucose readings to assure yourself that they really are in the normal range. There are probably numerous things that could be related to this but only one comes to mind right off. It is diabetes insipidus and it is not easy to diagnose it. ... (2 replies)
Glucose Monitors
Feb 16, 2006
... As far as studies go and all the expert opinions that are available it is just a matter of finding the one you like. They all sound so good, if you like the overall thinking of the person presenting the study. ... (13 replies)
... What passionateabout said is true. There is another other cause that will make your bg numbers rise quickly. Infections that you are not aware of. A problem with a tooth may be there and you not even know it. ... (2 replies)
How long do I wait
Jul 31, 2005
... Sounds like your numbers are within range. ... (1 replies)
... When a carb is metabolized in a normal person, blood glucose starts to rise. When this rise gets above a certain level, the pancreas secretes insulin to turn the glucose into glycogen. ... (21 replies)
... I haven't written much in here lately, but I did want to try to add my way of thinking of it to see if it helps some understand better what is going on... ... (21 replies)
... Asside from changes in diet and excercise, there are other things that can effect your blood glucose levels. ... (10 replies)
... My glucose readings were either barely in the normal range or just slightly over the normal range for a couple of years but I was finally able to get them under control with diet and exercise. My glycohemoglobin readings were 5.6 and 5. ... (3 replies)
... Typically, you want to keep your glucose levels in the 70-120 mg/dL range. Even normal people will spike above 120 mg/dL after a meal, but this is normally reduced back down within an hour. Diabetes is diagnosed when your fasting is 127 mg/dL or greater. Impaired glucose tolerance quite often produced fasting levels above 100 mg/dL. Since your fasting levels are fine,... (2 replies)

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