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I don't get it!

Discussion in 'Newly Diagnosed' started by Merluna, Nov 20, 2012.

  1. Robbity

    Robbity Type 2 · Expert

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    I was just going to suggest a lack of food liver dump too as I find this happens to me if I delay my meals - it's not usually very much but I do see my readings go up slightly. So you've had a combinations of things that will have probably combined to cause your high readings. Blips happen!

    I'm glad to hear that hubby's on the mend - it should help setle things down for you now stresswise.

    Robbity

    PS I like your jolly reinfdeer jumper! :)
     
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