I am actually on Vacation right now. As soon as I get home I will make an appointment. I wish I understood my body more. I had a Burger with ketchup and cheese. NO bun. and I stayed in the 90's Is that good? Every time I eat I go low...Sometimes to the low 60'sView Thread
I am not diabetic but am glucose intolerant... Just a little bit ago I felt like I was in a fog and started to shake. I tested and was at 38, so I drank a glass of milk, ate 3 pieces of bacon, and some sugar! I sat on the couch and the next thing I know the dog is barking. I don't remember even falling asleep. Did I pass out? I checked the time on my glucose meter and it said I tested 15 minutes ago. What should I do about this? My sugar is now 105 but I feel jittery.View Thread
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