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After me thinking that I had got a handle on this, my blood glucose levels have been all over the place - one over ten and one over eleven after eating lunch, which is only a few carbs - but also fives and sixes, so obviously something is altering.
I have a blood test on Friday, follow up to the original one for the diagnosis. I expect my levels will be unfavourable, after a few months of low carbing - but things can only get better. I will be able to walk down to the hospital for the test now - I'll probably get the bus back up the hill, I have not yet got back into tackling that incline, but things are changing on that front too.
I must get my bicycle back into working order - the back wheel keeps slipping and the chain loosens.
I do feel a lot better, even if my levels are so up and down.
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