01-20-2011 11:48 PM
01-21-2011 01:04 AM
Your blood glucose levels are dynamic, rising and falling quite swiftly after you eat. It is quite possible you are spiking within an hour of your meal and then falling rapidly back to your resting level or even dropping below it.
I recommend that you add some tests to find when you peak after meals and see what is happening over that two hour period between your last bite and the time the doc recommended.
Read more here (click on it): When To Test?
and here: Test, Review, Adjust
Cheers, Alan, T2, Australia.
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01-21-2011 02:16 AM
I think you are a brand-new member of this discussion board. Can you tell us a bit about yourself? Do you have diabetes, or did you just have that one test at 105 that raised your doctor's concerrn about whether you might have diabetes or pre-diabetes?
I' d like to suggest that we all continue this discussion on the Recently Diagnosed discussion board. This Feedback section is for discussions about the mechanics of introducing a new message board last fall, and it gets relatively little traffic. More people will see your post in the Recently Diagnosed discussion.
01-21-2011 06:24 AM