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Irregular Sugar Levels

Discussion in 'Metformin/Biguanides' started by hughinoo, Jan 3, 2020.

  1. hughinoo

    hughinoo Type 2 · Active Member

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    Hi

    I have T2 & on 2 metformin 2 times a day & all my HBAC1s have been within range including my last 1 in September which was 40 & when I was pregnant with son who is now 7months

    In weeks leading up to Christmas I woke a few mornings with blurry vision & optician confirmed its due to irregular sugar levels. Due to festive season I have yet to have another blood test.

    On trying to identify posdible cause of irregular sugars I believe it was due to suffering severe physical anxiety for 2 months over October & November during which time I had loss of appetite & sometimes late taking pills however I did try to eat 3 meals a day. Then 2 weeks after getting apetite back the blurriness started

    Is it possible my erratic apetite from anxiety are causing issues? Can ppl have bad times, with diabetes or does it mean I need insulin?
     
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