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Estimating A1C
Jul 10, 2004
... any elevation in mean blood glucose concentration above 5. ... (12 replies)
... Yes, the book explained that it is basically carbohydrates that make the blood glucose rise after a meal in everyone, but according to them should not rise above 140. ... (2 replies)
... Hi..Some Non Diabetic people have numbers very high after eating certain depends on how long it takes for them to return to normal. I am not familiar with how children's numbers run. ... (4 replies)

I am so confused.
Mar 16, 2008
... If you are seeing 114ish numbers in the morning and 349 numbers after meals, you should see a dr and he will probably get 1ac numbers and an OGTT done. The fasting glucose test is not complete enough to diagnose say your don't have diabetes. ... (2 replies)
... diabetes, blood glucose levels are higher than normal but not high enough to be characterized as diabetes. ... (5 replies)
... The fact your morning numbers are high is actually quite normal. There is a 24 hour cycle in your body called he circadian rhythm. ... (53 replies)
... What I did is the following. Bought a glucose meter. I would test myself early morning, before every meal and 1 and 2 hours after meals. Look at the numbers and see where my weakness was. I would Figure out what is causing your numbers to go up and work around that. With our without meds, you need to do this. ... (12 replies)
What to eat...
Apr 16, 2005
... and an ungodly 190 lbs. My normal weight is 120 or below but shot up by 50 lbs. from hypothyroidism, then another 20 or so when I went on Avandia. ... (20 replies)
What to eat...
Apr 20, 2005
... glass of wine, coffee, etc. These foods make it VERY difficult to sustain controlled glucose levels. ... (20 replies)
New to Testing
Feb 11, 2010
... There are many things that cause our glucose levels to not be normal. ... (7 replies)
... Thank you for your reply, and guess I will just have to wait till the next test and hope it is back to a more normal range. ... (11 replies)
... wait 15 minutes and test again. For example, a blueberry poptart has about 35 or 40 grams of carb. Waaay to much. Sorry, but you need to try to get used to more normal blood sugars. So if you are at 80 and feel very uncomfortable, try eating something like half an apple. ... (3 replies)
... Very high numbers will get you diagnosed on the spot, unless the doctor is looking at some other reason for the numbers being so high. I was something like 150 fasting and there was no question about it. My other blood results also were a factor as well as my weight. ... (3 replies)
... Your husband can probably benefit from excercise even if he does not need to lose weight. Excercise usually brings down your glucose levels immediately and keeps them lower for several hours. ... (13 replies)
... There are 2 different ways to convert an a1c to an average glucose level. Your a1c of 6. ... (8 replies)
... A few years ago I was diagnosed with T2. Much worst numbers than you. ... (12 replies)
... It has been sometime since I did anything with a child diabetic and am not current on the specs. The numbers you listed are too high. Children change a lot. Sudden spikes or lows are common. That is a setup for real problems. ... (22 replies)
... These are probably fasting plasma glucose levels taken from your last 3 blood draws. ... (3 replies)
... indicates impaired glucose tolerance and over 200, diabetes. Those results after a meal are not necessarily diagnostic. ... (4 replies)
... of my body covered in poison ivy. Sure enough things came back to normal when the poison ivy went away. ... (3 replies)

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