Hi there - I recently had pretty severe food poisoning (symptons ended 3 days ago) and am now experiencing really low numbers (90 in the morning when I am normally around 125 and 66 after eating a good breakfast just now). Waiting for an answer from my doctor but thought I would see if anyone else has experienced this or if it sounds normal. Also, any tips on getting myself back into the groove? I am away from home and trying to enjoy the rest of my vacation.....
Hi Auriga - thanks so much. Yea I know 90 is a good number but for me to have it first thing (at least in this case) meant I was dizzy. I ended up talking to my doc finally and spent the day battling 48-70 numbers. It was the strangest experience to be drinking soda and juice all day long!
Anyway it's all back to normal now and I thank you for your response - before I talked to my doc I was kind of flipping out a little....View Thread
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