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High sugar levels

Discussion in 'Type 1 Diabetes' started by Simo1, Jun 17, 2020.

  1. Simo1

    Simo1 · Newbie

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    Hi just 4 weeks diagnosed can not get my sugar levels
    Be low 10 I eat healthy and not over weight any help please.
     
  2. Juicyj

    Juicyj Type 1 · Expert
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    Hello @Simo1 Welcome to the forum.

    Can you give us some more details - what medication are you on ? Have you got any follow up appointments ?

    Has your team confirmed which type of diabetes ?
     
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  3. Kirstyuk

    Kirstyuk · Active Member

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    Maybe you becoming unwell. My levels always go high when becoming unwell or change off routine. Are you t1 or t2?
     
  4. MarkMunday

    MarkMunday Type 1 · Well-Known Member

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    So you were diagnosed T1. Are you using enough insulin?
     
  5. JoKalsbeek

    JoKalsbeek I reversed my Type 2 · Expert

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    Your post is in the Type 1 section and there's a 1 in your screen name. But you mention your diet and not being overweight, which would be things a T2 would consider. Could you let us know your type, medication etc? So you don't end up with the wrong kind of advice, as there's a lot of different types and a large amount of treatments that would work for one, and do nothing for the other.

    You're only 4 weeks in, you'll get it.
     
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