I just don't understand how my body can react differently all day long when I only take my oral medication in the morning. I guess I look at my diabetic meds to react like when you take an aspirin. I just cannot wrap my head around how it works for 24 hours. I hope I didn't confuse anyone by this and I hope you are understanding what I mean.
I was warned to watch my sugars after meals because on Glimepirude they seem to dive ~ I am experiencing what I am going to call, lower blood sugars. When I was on Metformin, my after meal BGs ran in the 140-180 range depending on my carb intake. Now Im experiencing 110-115 range and my body is reacting by making my very warm, especially my feet and head. Mind you, I took my meds at 9 am. How is it possible for this med to work like this?
Is this good? Bad? Something worrisome or just something I should keep track of and see if it happens more often? I've been taking this med for a little over a week now. And yes, Im keeping logs of not only my BS but my intake as well.
Thanks for any insight you can give me. *Hugs* Cheryl
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