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... diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance, and that's when we need to take charge to prevent it from getting worse. ... (18 replies)
... or a blood glucose meter. ... (2 replies)
Diabetes?
Apr 27, 2005
... Even though that 140 gets you to the border, the numbers you see are indicating that you do have impaired glucose tolerance. ... (5 replies)

Do I have diabetes
May 30, 2004
... Chances are that yes, you have diabetes. Its perfectly normal to have different blood glucose readings from one day to the next, actually your blood glucose will vary throughout the day and is affected by many factors. ... (5 replies)
Newly Diognosed
Mar 12, 2004
... as you get older, the illness can get worse. So eventually you may need to be on oral medications or even insulin. Meanwhile, it's important to get your blood glucose under control by WHATEVER means necessary, as the longer it's out of control, the more damage can be done. ... (10 replies)
... Did you consume some sort of glucose drink as part of the testing? ... (6 replies)
BLOOD SUGAR LEVELS
Mar 11, 2002
... These foods can have a significant impact on your glucose levels since your body converts these starchy carbohydrates into sugar for absorption into the bloodstream. ... (3 replies)
... oh and one more thing... My friend also took a Random Blood glucose test before the one where you need to fast. ... (3 replies)
... Fasting blood glucose of 100-125 mg/dl is considered prediabetic. Higher than that (i.e. 126 mg/dl or higher) is considered diabetic, though usually after additional testing for confirmation. Some studies have found that "high normal" numbers of 95 to 99 mg/dl are an even earlier warning sign of increased risk of diabetes. In additional a rising trend over the years, even... (11 replies)
... maybe have a hemoglobin a1c test done. The fact that you are going into the 200s is not a good thing. It also sounds a bit like you are starting to feel shaky at numbers that are "normal". ... (13 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)
... Well, first off, your numbers are all pretty good. ... (34 replies)
... Thank you for responding so quickly. I am monitoring, also taking metformin(1000mg 2x/day). I started on Actos 3 weeks ago, still #'s going high (most of the time) after I eat.I ate the same thing 2 days in a row and my #'s were way different from 1 day to the next. Mornings are over 100. During the day they get kind of low(for me, 70's). when I was first diagnosed I was on... (3 replies)
... Do you have a blood glucose monitor and are you testing your blood glucose both in the AM and, most importantly, 2 hours after meals? ... (3 replies)
... Either way I'm buying a glucose meter to test my blood sugar. My concern is that my lipid profile will worsen if I get off the supplements. ... (15 replies)
... Either way I'm buying a glucose meter to test my blood sugar. My concern is that my lipid profile will worsen if I get off the supplements. ... (15 replies)
... You were smart to do so. If they used an OGTT as a screening mechanism I think they would discover many more cases and many people who think they are 'pre-diabetic' would in fact be diagnosed as diabetic. But a 2 or 3 hour test is too intrusive so they rely on fasting. It's too bad, many people could catch it while something could still be done. (4 replies)
... c mine was also normal. Instead, he sent me for a 3 hour glucose tolerance test. And lo and behold I was diagnosed with Type II diabetes. ... (4 replies)
... dl. Even though I wasn't happy with it, it was considered to be within the normal range so my doctor didn't say anything. Instead we focused on my vitamin D3 result which was a very low 8. ... (20 replies)
... office test was an A1c, as they also could have done just a simple blood glucose test. ... (5 replies)




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