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Old 11-04-2012, 09:31 PM   #8
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Re: High blood sugar after low

Jearlm - see my answer to you in the other post, but I want to add that part of the reason you're so tired is those high blood sugar levels. They really take a toll on your body. Don't know how you're treating your diabetes, but it obviously isn't working, and I'm wondering if you're getting proper medical advice/treatment? You may be 69, but you're not dead yet, kiddo, and you could be living a much better life if you got those blood sugar levels down.

Since we're not supposed to hijack someone else's post, Jearlm, can I ask you to start a new thread and give us some more information about you, how long you've had diabetes, and how it's currently being treated? I just really hate to see someone living with diabetes and feeling like there's no hope for treating it better.

Ruth

 
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