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Old 09-05-2007, 03:00 PM   #2
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Re: New To Board! Low and high reading question

The reason you feel poorly between 80 and 91 is because your body has become accustomed to blood sugar that is too high. This can happen. Once you get rid of the spikes (blood sugar should be less than 140 two hours after the start of a meal) you will begin to feel normal at the fasting glucose levels that you have.

What is your doctor suggesting? Will you be going on medication? The good news is that once things are straightened out you will begin to feel better.

Good luck to you.

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