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I Have Type Two Diabettes My Current Blood Sugar At 7:00 Pm

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  1. songbird

    Is this a dangerous glucose level....I'm so confused please help :(

    I've not been diagnosed by any doctor but have just been testing at home with my glucometer for the past few weeks because my younger brother, who was diagnosed four years ago with diabetes, was hospitalized-it sorta scared me into going ahead and buying a meter to start monitoring mine. My numbers are FINE in the morning 95 percent of the time=fasting numbers are in normal range. Arn't these the numbers I want to look at? I do random testing throughout the day everyday and have made sure to eat the same way each day so I can accurately compare the results. I've had loss of feeling in all fingertips with tingling from elbows down periodically, fatique, irritability, vision has gone downhill in a short 9 months (focus problems/blurry) and 35 pounds of weightloss in under two months with no effort or exercise. As far as my testing numbers....this is what puzzles me and (in my mind) makes me justify that I'm "O.K.". Some days I will never go above 145 and others, I stay between 160 and 230 or so. The other night after dinner, I checked in at 237 and 30 minutes later was 79. Last night, however, was the highest reading which is what brings me here to this post. My level was 397. It was 11:00 pm and I was very, very tired and decided to check before I went to bed. I checked it 45 minutes later it was down to 297. I woke up this morning and checked it at 92. The non diabetic- can the numbers get this high? I have tirelessly searched for this home a1c to purchase at drug stores but nobody has them. I know I need to get into the doctor for blood work but money is tight (single mom) and I'm trying to get an idea with home tests...I hate to jump to conclusions and rush to the doctor if I don't really need to. Any feedback/help/advice would be most appreciated.

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    Sounds like you should be sitting on the doctor's door step to be first in line. You gave all the symptoms I had when I was diagnosed w/type 1 in 1977. Don't wait a single day longer. Find you a good endo doctor - - - and quick! What you don't know WILL hurt you.

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    I agree, get yourself to the doctor.
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7 Simple Strategies To Buffer Blood Sugar Levels

7 Simple Strategies to Buffer Blood Sugar Levels 7 Strategies to Buffer Blood Sugar Levels Sweet foods and starches are not genetically congruent to eat on a regular basis. Our ancestors looked at these as rare delicacies. Most people in our society today are raised on a steady diet of sugars, grains and other starches. In this article you will discover 7 simple strategies to buffer blood sugar levels so you can have all day energy! Foods are measured for their effect on blood sugar through the Glycemic Index (GI). The GI ranges from 0-100. Foods that have a GI index under 55 are considered low GI. A range of 56-69 is considered medium GI while 70+ is considered high. It is recommended to eat foods that are low GI and utilize different strategies to lower and/or buffer these GI responses in your body ( 1 ). Another way of ranking the blood sugar response of different foods is through the Glycemic Load (GL). The GL measures how long the food will release sugar into the system. Many foods may be high GI but low GL. This is important to know in order to regulate your blood sugar levels. An example of this would be fruit such as watermelon. Other foods are low GI but high GL such as o Continue reading >>

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    Is this a dangerous glucose level....I'm so confused please help :(

    I've not been diagnosed by any doctor but have just been testing at home with my glucometer for the past few weeks because my younger brother, who was diagnosed four years ago with diabetes, was hospitalized-it sorta scared me into going ahead and buying a meter to start monitoring mine. My numbers are FINE in the morning 95 percent of the time=fasting numbers are in normal range. Arn't these the numbers I want to look at? I do random testing throughout the day everyday and have made sure to eat the same way each day so I can accurately compare the results. I've had loss of feeling in all fingertips with tingling from elbows down periodically, fatique, irritability, vision has gone downhill in a short 9 months (focus problems/blurry) and 35 pounds of weightloss in under two months with no effort or exercise. As far as my testing numbers....this is what puzzles me and (in my mind) makes me justify that I'm "O.K.". Some days I will never go above 145 and others, I stay between 160 and 230 or so. The other night after dinner, I checked in at 237 and 30 minutes later was 79. Last night, however, was the highest reading which is what brings me here to this post. My level was 397. It was 11:00 pm and I was very, very tired and decided to check before I went to bed. I checked it 45 minutes later it was down to 297. I woke up this morning and checked it at 92. The non diabetic- can the numbers get this high? I have tirelessly searched for this home a1c to purchase at drug stores but nobody has them. I know I need to get into the doctor for blood work but money is tight (single mom) and I'm trying to get an idea with home tests...I hate to jump to conclusions and rush to the doctor if I don't really need to. Any feedback/help/advice would be most appreciated.

  2. susan62450

    Sounds like you should be sitting on the doctor's door step to be first in line. You gave all the symptoms I had when I was diagnosed w/type 1 in 1977. Don't wait a single day longer. Find you a good endo doctor - - - and quick! What you don't know WILL hurt you.

  3. RichyB

    I agree, get yourself to the doctor.
    How much does it cost to see a doctor in the USA?
    Rich

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Hyperglycemia is the term given to when your blood sugar levels are higher than 10 mmol/L. Blood sugar levels levels exceeding 7 mmol/L can damage internal organs, however, symptoms may not develop until blood glucose levels exceed 15 mmol/L so it's worth knowing about the symptoms of hyperglycemia and how to recognise the symptoms. Read more about hyperglycemia at: http://www.diabetes.co.uk/Diabetes-an...

What Is Hyperglycemia?

Hyperglycemia, a high level of sugar in the blood, is a hallmark of diabetes. Your blood sugar levels fluctuate over the course of a day: Levels are higher right after meals, as carbohydrates are broken down into glucose (sugar), and lower after exercise, when glucose has been burned to fuel the activity. In someone who doesn't have diabetes, blood sugar levels stay within a narrow range. Between meals, the concentration of sugar in the blood ranges from about 60 to 100 mg/dl (milligrams per deciliter). After meals it may reach 120 to 130 mg/dl, but rarely goes higher than 140 mg/dl. But if you have type 2 diabetes, blood sugar levels can go much higher — to 200, 300, or even 400 mg/dl and beyond — and will go much higher unless you take the necessary steps to bring them down. Hyperglycemia Symptoms High blood sugar doesn't always produce symptoms, so it's important to check your blood sugar regularly, as indicated by your doctor. Hyperglycemia symptoms include: Frequent urination Extreme thirst Feeling tired and weak Blurry vision Feeling hungry, even after eating Causes of Hyperglycemia If you've been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, a treatment plan is put in place to lower b Continue reading >>

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  1. songbird

    Is this a dangerous glucose level....I'm so confused please help :(

    I've not been diagnosed by any doctor but have just been testing at home with my glucometer for the past few weeks because my younger brother, who was diagnosed four years ago with diabetes, was hospitalized-it sorta scared me into going ahead and buying a meter to start monitoring mine. My numbers are FINE in the morning 95 percent of the time=fasting numbers are in normal range. Arn't these the numbers I want to look at? I do random testing throughout the day everyday and have made sure to eat the same way each day so I can accurately compare the results. I've had loss of feeling in all fingertips with tingling from elbows down periodically, fatique, irritability, vision has gone downhill in a short 9 months (focus problems/blurry) and 35 pounds of weightloss in under two months with no effort or exercise. As far as my testing numbers....this is what puzzles me and (in my mind) makes me justify that I'm "O.K.". Some days I will never go above 145 and others, I stay between 160 and 230 or so. The other night after dinner, I checked in at 237 and 30 minutes later was 79. Last night, however, was the highest reading which is what brings me here to this post. My level was 397. It was 11:00 pm and I was very, very tired and decided to check before I went to bed. I checked it 45 minutes later it was down to 297. I woke up this morning and checked it at 92. The non diabetic- can the numbers get this high? I have tirelessly searched for this home a1c to purchase at drug stores but nobody has them. I know I need to get into the doctor for blood work but money is tight (single mom) and I'm trying to get an idea with home tests...I hate to jump to conclusions and rush to the doctor if I don't really need to. Any feedback/help/advice would be most appreciated.

  2. susan62450

    Sounds like you should be sitting on the doctor's door step to be first in line. You gave all the symptoms I had when I was diagnosed w/type 1 in 1977. Don't wait a single day longer. Find you a good endo doctor - - - and quick! What you don't know WILL hurt you.

  3. RichyB

    I agree, get yourself to the doctor.
    How much does it cost to see a doctor in the USA?
    Rich

  4. -> Continue reading
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