How much of each medication do you take daily? You definitely need to discuss this with your doctor after having your A1c checked. If you're not going low I wouldn't worry about it too much.
I too, had lost quite a bit of weight but my bs was going very low in the afternoon and often my fasting numbers were in the 60s. I discussed everything with my doctor and together decided how to proceed. He did give me permission to do a bit of experimentation. I was taking 2000mg of Metformin and 10mg of Glyburide daily. I now take 500mg of Metformin three times a day.
It seems to me that your numbers are good with your current meds. Not too high and not too low.
It seems to me that a lot of people new to diabetes come to this community looking for someone to give them a solution to their blood sugar problems. All any of us can do is relate what works best for us individually. Of course all diabetics should know that reducing carbs should help with lowering blood sugar levels.
Bruno always looks at the big picture. There are many different things that can affect blood sugar, i.e. stress, lack of sleep, exercise, pain and various other prescription drugs to name a few. We all have to walk our own path and figure out what works best for us as individuals. We all need to do our own research and keep trying different things to find out what works. I for one appreciate Bruno as he has taught me to think outside the box.
I get really tired when I eat too many carbs. I will literally pass out. If I have a good balance of protein and carbs I'm usually fine.
Double check the amount of carbs you're eating, that could be the culprit. Also have you checked the side effects of all the medications you take? If you take Metformin it can deplete your body of vitamin B12 which can affect your energy levels.