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... But I find out today my thyroid levels are 'normal' but my glucose high... ... (2 replies)
... Your fasting glucose of 97 is normal but getting up there. ... (7 replies)
... dl. Which is a bit on the high side. An HBA1c in a normal healthy young person could be expected to be about 4. ... (15 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)
... I bought myself a home glucose meter to get some numbers to take to my doctor when I see him in May. ... (3 replies)
... After meal numbers are often affected first. Many full blown type 2 diabetics can go for years with normal fasting levels. ... (5 replies)
... If you have a blood glucose meter, test occasionally two hours after a meal. If your blood glucose levels on fasting are less than 100, and two hours after a meal are less than 140, then you don't need to be concerned. ... (9 replies)
... and numbers, and experiments with glucose numbers, etc. ... (9 replies)
... they are usually the last to go, and you can still have a fairly good fasting blood glucose while your body is going extremely high after meals. ... (3 replies)
... Yesterday I had my complete blood test and the doctor did an A1C because last year my glucose was 104 and he knew I was concerned. This year my blood glucose was 103, which upset me as I've been using cinnamon and reducing carbs and sugars. But the A1C test was normal. I don't know the numbers yet. ... (0 replies)
... I have never seen fasting glucose above 90 something. ... (0 replies)
... Once upon a time, fasting blood glucose of 70-110 mg/dl was considered "normal". Now, 65-99 mg/dl is considered "normal", while 100-125 mg/dl is considered "prediabetic" -- basically a warning sign that becoming diabetic is likely in the future, though increasing exercise and losing body fat may stop or slow the progression to diabetes. Indeed, fasting blood glucose in the... (8 replies)
... th sulfonyureas, which she would not be taking...just the metformin. I don't recommend sulfonyureas for any T2's until they've maximized the metformin and their numbers are still high. Sulfonyureas work by causing the beta cells to produce more insulin... ... (16 replies)
... hours after a normal meal. ... (3 replies)
... occur with sustained high blood sugar levels. I am trying a controversial approach the ADA does not teach because I want to get my blood sugars as close to what NORMAL should be or possibly should be as I can, not NORMAL for a DIABETIC. ... (5 replies)
... do non diabetic people have this "dawn effect" too or just prediabetics and diabetics? ice cream? wow isnt that too much sugar? i would think that that would be on the DO NOT EAT list, lol...glad its not for your son cause i'm sure thats a great treat for him! (20 replies)
... I've seen you posting on here recently but I don't know if you've been told about the dawn effect. It's where your liver is producing glucose in the morning and it makes your sugars higher. There's nothing you can do about it but compensate where needed. It also happens when you exercise. ... (20 replies)
... Anyway, it sounds to me as if you're doing just fine. Your numbers haven't risen, which would really be frustrating. An A1c of 6.5 means your average blood glucose was 154, and now you're A1c is at 5.9, which means your average bg is 133... ... (7 replies)
... in US terms, when normal is 100 or less, or 5. ... (30 replies)
... My question is how long does it generally take for his numbers to come down to a normal range? ... (3 replies)

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