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Ketones And Normal Blood Sugar

Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please,join our community todayto contribute and support the site. This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies. I still dont see why ketones (small-moderate) are dangerous if your BS is in range and you are ill. It has been explained many of times. Dont you have ketones becuase you are ill, the stress on the body,not becuase you are at risk of DKA? Can someone explain it in lame man terms? Here is the argument as I've heard it: Ketones are a result of not enough insulin. Often high bg is present as well, as another result of not enough insulin. Type 1 diabetics aren't able to clear ketones like other people would, so if they build up, you can end up with DKA. I've heard several instances where someone started going into DKA with "normal" blood sugar and ended up with one IV in each arm - one dextrose and one insulin. Anecdotally, it seems to me that this is more of a risk with children and not adults. Still, I wouldn't take chances with it. If I had moderate or high ketones, I would try to clear them out (by carb and insulin intake). .... Ketones are a result of not enough insulin. .... Not quite. Ketones in the u Continue reading >>

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  1. CharleneRed

    Sick child with normal blood sugar but ketones in urine?

    My 5yr old has type 1, and has the flu. Her blood sugar is pretty normal to sometimes low as she does not want to eat but is drinking fluids. I tested her urine for ketones and they are 2+. I was told to increase her bg and give insulin every hour. does this make any sense?

  2. foxl

    2+ seems high. Ketones can simply indicate that you are burning fat as fuel -- either your own or dietary.
    My non-D daughter, now 10, used to get horrible ketone breath because when ill, she would NOT EAT!
    But GIVE INSULIN every HOUR??? No.

  3. furball64801

    I would not think insulin every hour could be regulated and you would have the stacking affect, make sure she has plenty of fluid.

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Ketones With Normal Blood Sugars

Diabetes Forum The Global Diabetes Community Find support, ask questions and share your experiences. Join the community I recently got the flu and was feeling awful with a temperature and all the fun that comes with it!. I knew I had to keep eating and taking in fluids though. I could barely get out of bed but I did what I had to. On the 3rd day in the night I checked and found I had high levels of ketones in my urine but in my blood it was 0.9. I checked again a little while later and it was 1.1 in my blood. Then 1.4. My sugars weren't too bad. As the ketones were rising and it was getting later I was worried at what point I would need help. The rule of thumb being getting advice at 1.5 and above and if higher and vomiting then going to A & E. I rang 111 as I didn't have anywhere else I could ring at that time. Then a paramedic phoned back to chat. She felt a dr was needed. A dr came round and said Id done the right thing. He found I had a UTI so prescribed antibiotics straight away. I was in a state but he said the ketones didn't concern him at this point particularly as they'd come down a bit since he arrived. Down to 1.1. I have since been in touch with my diabetic nurse durin Continue reading >>

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    Any idea what can be the reason for the lab results? The nurse called me and told me I had ketones in my urine. The glucose (fasting) was normal. It can be a sign of starvation or alcoholism too (alcoholism excluded,,,,LOL! can't tolerate even one beer). I eat frequent meals (well, cheat once in a while!) and take adquate vitamins. He want me to do a stool test (sorry about the graphics) to look for blood in stool. I don't have to go into details, but gramdma passed at age 43 from colon/ stomac cancer. it started with polyps in late teens- just like with me, besides my IBS since, well, since diapers!
    Anywho, any input on this Ketone deal, anyone had it and it was NOT diabetes? I also had anemia, despite my food and vitamin intake. This CAN be caused by RA (which in my case is not in control as I would want it), as well as many other things. I am ready for whatever, so blast your thoughts.

  2. futurehope

    Did you have a dipstick test done?
    Over the past 4 months I have had Keotones in my Urine and the only information I get is that this can be a sign of starvation.
    Are you on any medications? I am beginning to blame this one on my antidepressants as I have taken it on two different occassions over the past 4 years and I had EXCESSIVE weight loss both times. My appetite is not too good either. The first time I stopped the medication the weight VERY SLOWLY started to come back.
    Why would he want a stool test (just because of the keotones)?
    I have also heard that those urine dip tests can read inaccurate sometimes.
    Hope this helps, but I do not have any concrete answers either.

  3. lenasvn

    I don't know if they use dipstick in hospital labs. I think it would only be reasonable to run stool test if you present with both anemia and ketones at the same time, as well as severe malaise, and a family history of colon cancer. I was just hoping there might be some typical signs of CFS, since we're so toxic?

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Ketone Testing: What You Need To Know

What are ketones? Why should you test for ketones? How do you test for ketones? And what should you do when you find ketones? What are ketones? Ketones are produced when the body burns fat for energy or fuel. They are also produced when you lose weight or if there is not enough insulin to help your body use sugar for energy. Without enough insulin, glucose builds up in the blood. Since the body is unable to use glucose for energy, it breaks down fat instead. When this occurs, ketones form in the blood and spill into the urine. These ketones can make you very sick. How can I test for ketones? You can test to see if your body is making any ketones by doing a simple urine test. There are several products available for ketone testing and they can be purchased, without a prescription, at your pharmacy. The test result can be negative, or show small, moderate, or large quantities of ketones. When should I test for ketones? Anytime your blood glucose is over 250 mg/dl for two tests in a row. When you are ill. Often illness, infections, or injuries will cause sudden high blood glucose and this is an especially important time to check for ketones. When you are planning to exercise and the b Continue reading >>

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    Any idea what can be the reason for the lab results? The nurse called me and told me I had ketones in my urine. The glucose (fasting) was normal. It can be a sign of starvation or alcoholism too (alcoholism excluded,,,,LOL! can't tolerate even one beer). I eat frequent meals (well, cheat once in a while!) and take adquate vitamins. He want me to do a stool test (sorry about the graphics) to look for blood in stool. I don't have to go into details, but gramdma passed at age 43 from colon/ stomac cancer. it started with polyps in late teens- just like with me, besides my IBS since, well, since diapers!
    Anywho, any input on this Ketone deal, anyone had it and it was NOT diabetes? I also had anemia, despite my food and vitamin intake. This CAN be caused by RA (which in my case is not in control as I would want it), as well as many other things. I am ready for whatever, so blast your thoughts.

  2. futurehope

    Did you have a dipstick test done?
    Over the past 4 months I have had Keotones in my Urine and the only information I get is that this can be a sign of starvation.
    Are you on any medications? I am beginning to blame this one on my antidepressants as I have taken it on two different occassions over the past 4 years and I had EXCESSIVE weight loss both times. My appetite is not too good either. The first time I stopped the medication the weight VERY SLOWLY started to come back.
    Why would he want a stool test (just because of the keotones)?
    I have also heard that those urine dip tests can read inaccurate sometimes.
    Hope this helps, but I do not have any concrete answers either.

  3. lenasvn

    I don't know if they use dipstick in hospital labs. I think it would only be reasonable to run stool test if you present with both anemia and ketones at the same time, as well as severe malaise, and a family history of colon cancer. I was just hoping there might be some typical signs of CFS, since we're so toxic?

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