morning blood sugars

By msann Latest Reply 2014-01-11 17:48:57 -0600
Started 2014-01-09 19:17:35 -0600

hi guys still working on am bsl doing pretty good so far 132 this morning averaging 133 but still to high how are you all handling your bsl take care!!!!

9 replies

denipink57 2014-01-11 17:48:57 -0600 Report

i'm still working on getting my am bs in the zone. doing great tho - very close. i have to remember to have a bedtime snack and sometimes i forget my night time dosage all together. not so smart of me! doing my best and getting better. Denise :)

Risingsun611 2014-01-11 09:15:15 -0600 Report

Because I'm down to taking Janumet once a day (after dinner), I've found that it really helps my a.m. #'s. Of course it doesn't give me an invitation to eat whatever I want. Still have to want what I intake.

Glucerna 2014-01-10 20:58:32 -0600 Report

It's great that you're feeling positive and confident about managing your blood sugar levels. ~Lynn @Glucerna

dagger1234 2014-01-09 22:22:27 -0600 Report

Mines been good all day. I don't eat much carbs when I'm at my bfs so it's all good. I am feeling a lot better after stopping insulin

Just Joyce
Just Joyce 2014-01-09 20:49:29 -0600 Report

Mine was 99 this morning which was wonderful. I eat a protien before bed. During the night the liver will dump unused carbs into the blood stream. If you eat a protien before bed this helps prevent liver dumps which can cause high morning blood sugar.

ashley50 2014-01-09 19:27:02 -0600 Report

Mine were right about that this morning! What does it need to be at to be perfect?

Just Joyce
Just Joyce 2014-01-09 20:53:34 -0600 Report

There is no such thing as perfect. You have to find out what your normal range is by doing a fasting test in the the morning. Each person can have a normal range for themselves which could be totally different from yours. I try to wake up with fasting blood sugar between 90 and 120. I don't worry about high blood sugar until it is over 150.