hi i am new to this so i hope i write my questions right. well i went to the dr. yesterday for my cholestrol check up, and burcitis shots, i get that done, came home ate a sub started getting a headache and my face got real flushed well i thought it was my menopause i think i am going through, but to be safe i pricked my finger and it showed my blood sugar was 206, i checked it again around 8:30 last night it was 235, i texted a friend whick is a nurse she said to drink water so i drank 2 bottles, i checked it again at 9:50 it went down to 231, i checked it at 11:25 pm it was 240 then again at 2:31 am it was 221 at 7:10 am it was 184 and at 8:06 it was 158, the people i have talked to thinks i mite have diabetes, mr dr dont even tell me the results of my blood work, any suggestionsView Thread
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