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What is the reading on your glucometer when you have these hypo's ?
What are the symptoms ?
Are you aware that when you run a such a high glucose...
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the security people why you are carrying sharp metal things in your hand luggage
the customs people why you...
If you have been precribed glicoside you need to test to ensure you do not go hypo.
In fact if you are driving -- it's mandatory.
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I found it funny that the
Sainsbury's Naturally Sweet Sweetcorn in Water...
Nearly all Coke / Cola beverages have caffeine - something you are told to avoid before a fasting glucose test.
Back in the early 80's in a medical school biochemistry lecture, the tutor quipped that the only reason they added vitamins to break fast cereals...
Any chance the confusion is due to American food labelling counting Fibre as Carb ( which cellulose technically is ).
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Just checking but you do know you don't actually prick the tips or the pads of your fingers where they are the most sensitive, but on the sides.
The US website http://www.diabetesdaily.com have frequent adverts for https://lifeforachildusa.org which solicits donations for Type 1 children...
To answer the title question - I test with a glucometer.
If the DN does not have diabetes then HE/SHE probably does not need to test.
The story behind the decision about the cutoff points is here
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I think you need a different vowel to accurately describe some them.
Werthers do a sugar free version of the "Originals".
They apparently taste as good as the sugar version - they keep dispaearing from the desk....
The diet may not have changed - but the dieter ( or the dieter's metabolism) could well have.
We are told diabetes is a progressive illness.
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- reaction to low air pressure
- psychological fear of flying
- there is something that does not agree with you...
I think it might mean when you read the small print on the back or the packet - avoid anything with more than 10 grams of carb per 100 grams.
Finger prick 'averages' may be skewed by the fact that:
the first reading would typically be at the lowest value - before we eat.
the second is...