I am insulin dependant diabetic, And thinking of getting a small tat on my shoulder. I have to be careful of infection as it affects sugar levels, but Is there anyone like me who has one already that ...
I am very freaked out because I am pregnant I am 37weeks and My Dr told me that I am diabetic because my sugar level is a little high, but I havent felt any symptoms or felt bad (physically) I know I ...
I have been tested for Diabetes 3 or 4 times in the last 6 months due to other medical issues and have always been in the normal range. Within the last week I have been suddenly really thirsty. Just ...
Type of food and amount eaten effects your blood sugar along with medication does. My son use to rebound have a severe low then a severe high then low. Doc said his body did release some insulin then his body released stored glucose to cover the low. Best thing to do is be consistent with type of food and portions and times eaten. Discuss this with your doctor maybe the medication is too high or low. See a dietitian they can really help with your diet. Remember hormones, emotions, excessive heat, illness and exercise can effect your body and blood sugars.
if the highest you ever go is 189....and the lowest is 67....that is good, try lows of 35 and highs of 400^
your body produces insulin - and blood/sugar levels fluctuate with the natural insulin and the sugar you digest.
u r a diabetic, pl go to a doctor and start treatment immediately... this is serious problem, and if it is fluctuating it more dangerous
Reactive hypoglycemia, perhaps. Did you eat a lot of carbs or sugar when this occured?
You're checking it too often and should drink more water...
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esactly that the sugar intake! more sugar its higher less its lower
it has alot to do with what you eat and how well your body processes sugar. eating the typical american diet produces horrible results in your blood sugar and your body in general. ditch the crap and eat fresh fruit, vegetables, nuts and whole grains. soda pop, white bread and all the processed stuff should go right in the garbage.
Follow your prescribed diet to the letter. Don't screw around with your health.
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You're a diabetic. You should be counting the carbohydrates you eat and use that as a guide for controlling your blood sugar level. If you're on insulin you need better control. If you're on pills you need better control of what you eat. Counting carb's with help level your ups and downs. It means that you will eat less of the high carb foods and more of the low carb foods. Counting really helps. It's really great that your measuring your glucose level so often because you appear to lack the necessary control. When you establish an eating pattern your glucose level will be more predictable and stable. Example: I have one egg and slice of cheese plus cup of coffee for breakfast (along with insulin). My morning bg is about 105. Two hours later it's 100-110. It drops to about 95 before lunch. I have a salad and insulin. Two hours later it's maybe 120. Then it drops to about 85 by dinner time. You get the picture. It's all about control. When you establish a meal plan, you gain glucose level control and prodictability. For diabetics, it really a must. Otherwise, rapid changes as you have lead to complications. And nobody wants diabetic complications.
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