By Misspearl01 Latest Reply 2012-02-29 12:59:52 -0600
Started 2012-02-27 20:10:59 -0600

I never used to get migraines until about 8 months ago. I was told I was pre diabetic in July of 2011. And a type 2 in oct( different doctor) I can get really bad headaches from my ups and downs more downs than up yesterday I woke up with a migraine checked my levels 62. Has anyone else had migraines deon bg levels roller coasting or is this something else. Should I add this to my list for the endo on Friday

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pixsidust 2012-02-29 12:59:52 -0600 Report

Talk to your Endo about everything
To get a full amount of help
You must paint a full picture.

I think your highs and lows are affecting the headaches
You may need to eat before bed and check your sugars
in the night when you use the bathroom

red flower lady
red flower lady 2012-02-27 22:03:58 -0600 Report

I have suffered from headaches all my life, but moved up to migrains in 1986 when pregnant with third baby. Then was hit with a really bad one while running at college that put me in the dark for most of a week. Since then I get them and can usually tell when it's on it's way and can calm it down some, though not always. I can't say if they are diabetes related or not.

kaiya2465 2012-02-27 20:37:06 -0600 Report

I am also Pre-D. I have managed to keep my bg levels between 80-90. When I get migraines my levels are lower. Keep a record for your Endo & yourself. Best Wishes

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