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... because of persistently elevated cholesterol and triglycerides. I thought a hemoglobin A1C of 6.3 seemed a little high for someone who was not supposed to be a diabetic. I've read that most nondiabetics test at about 5 and a 6. ... (3 replies)
... So, day one, you eat a breakfast containing 30 grams of carbs. ... (22 replies)
... Hi everyone. I am 24 and today at my job there was a health fair where one can be tested for hiv, blood sugar levels, and blood pressure. I had my blood sugar level checked. They just pricked my finger and put it on a strip which was read through a tiny device. The result was 120. ... (3 replies)

... i was diagnosed with diabetes 4 weeks ago and started taking metformin about 2 weeks ago. my original fasting blood sugar was 361. slowly through a low carb diet and the medicine i am now down to a fasting 170. ... (1 replies)
... So I buy those blood glucose monitor and strips and then do what? ... (9 replies)
... I have diabetes, type I since I was 10, for 36 years. When my blood sugar gets low I feel hot, light headed and start to sweat. I get real funny feeling and things just look a little strange. It may sound like an aura but it's not. ... (6 replies)
... The American Diabetes Association has just recently lowered the "normal" for fasting blood glucose to 100, from 110. ... (2 replies)
Sugar Levels
Sep 11, 2008
... points less than these numbers, so there is a kind of target range. ... (1 replies)
... Anything from 80 up to the above numbers is considered normal...probably even from 75 up. You may have gotten the shakes because your blood sugar, while not below normal, may have been lower than you needed for whatever you were doing, or it may have gone down rapidly. ... (1 replies)
... consistently. My father thinks nothing of this. ... (9 replies)
... None of those numbers are normal! ... (6 replies)
... I have the same problem.I am 72 years of age.Would appreciate your feedback about the progress of your husband thereafter.My sugar levels at fasting was 120 but is now 100. ... (3 replies)
... Diabetes can cause lots of things, but I've never heard of it causing that type of ear problem. ... (2 replies)
... First of all, don't forget that it can take up to 6 weeks for the metformin to get up to full strength in your system. ... (3 replies)
... but of course that's not something I'll be able to do when I switch to taking 750 twice a day. ... (0 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)
... the pancreas kicks out insulin, making it possible for the sugar in your blood to go into the cells and enabling the cell to function. ... (6 replies)
... dl 2 hours after a meal is what the ADA recommends to be our goal, and that goal is a great improvement compared to my levels prior to diagnosis. ... (5 replies)
... the fact that you were only 120 is a sign that everything is working just fine. If I drank a sodapop, my glucose would shoot up over 200! ... (3 replies)
... People who have diabetes should be testing their blood sugars regularly at home. ... (3 replies)

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