wow...i couldnt beleive it at first...i was devastated to say the least. now that it has had time to soak in and been on medaformin and 2 other drugs for 12 days i realize this is for real.dr gave me a meter and strips. glucose was 355 when i went in for my readings of the blood /urine test. i have been counting carbs and eating like a bird,walking a mile or 30 minutes when i can daily and my readings have came down slowly from the 355 to as low as 196 the last 2 mornings. i really got upset this morning when i woke up and it was 205 and after a glass of water with my meds and a 1/2 hr meeting i decided to check it again for no reason and it was 234.then i ate my 1/2 cup of oatmeal but i could'nt and dont understand why it went up after being up for almost 2 hrs and 1 glass of water that the number went up...im 51 and not overly weight at 240 and 6.1".have a decent job and dont get too much exercise but do walk quite often( try to do 1/2 hr fast walking every day). please help me understand.View Thread
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