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Discussion in 'Type 2 Diabetes' started by equipoise, Aug 5, 2015.
Morning. 6.7 at 8am
Welcome, Good reading,keep posting.
I was 7.2 with a raging thirst and a thumping headache Just a normal morning for me
5.7 at 5:15 am.
25/11 down to 5.3 my lowest ever which I should not be after a big farewell family meal and a lot of wine.
Red wine is well known to reduce FBG levels. I vaguely recall some morning afters where my bg levels were around my all time low. From what i understand your liver is busy dealing with the alcohol so cannot produce so much glucose. (In layman's terms)
5.0 today but only went up to 6.9 after cereal for breakfast and then DOWN to 5.9 after a toast snack then down to 4.5 at 1pm before my carb-free lunch! Don't know how that happened. Currently at 5.8. Having a very low BG day...
Hba1c 40, 43, 42 to day 37
10.2 always around this in the morning don't know why but better later the day
Waking up araound 8:00 to 8:30 am--10.5 and sometimes 13 or 9.1, on 80mg. and the first of 3x500 metformin. But 5-7 at supper. I can't understand it. Maybe another disorder.
You lucky So&So's My normal wake up levels are around 15+ Fasting!!!
Really! So the Canadian Diabetes Assoc. would approve> But not the American one I think. On the other hand I have read so many medical articles that approve of seniors having a high bg rather than a hypo.
Probably Dawn Phenomenon...
6.4 this morning. Had cauliflower rice with curried soya mince for dinner. dose of 1 x 500mg Glucophage per day.
5.7 this morning. Eat too late last night.
25/11 - Morning.
13.7 at 6am.
(GP 'doubled' my Morphine and 2 hourly now for Pain relief)
4.4 @ 07:00
4.7 this morning. Perhaps returning to regular exercise is paying off