I'm so confused

LindaLou2
By LindaLou2 Latest Reply 2009-12-11 00:52:35 -0600
Started 2009-12-10 17:45:05 -0600

One day I wake up with a glucose level of 187 the next day it's 70. The physical feeling are the same on both days, both readings. Gittery, faint, weak…I guess I don't understand what my body is doing. Any suggestions? I am keepig log of course, but between dr visits I'm getting pretty down about it. Thanks for your help.


6 replies

Monalisa
Monalisa 2009-12-11 00:52:35 -0600 Report

Is your body used to having very high numbers? Sometimes when your body is having normal BS levels but has been used to having high levels all the time, it "registers" like hypoglicemia and you feel weak, sweating and tremors but you are in a normal BG range

Pat Roth
Pat Roth 2009-12-10 23:47:39 -0600 Report

At first, even with meds, diet and exercise, my numbers were erratic. It just took weeks for me to start leveling out, then if I forgot something that I wasn't aware yet would raise my BS I would wonder all over again! found that by testing one food at a time, test 2 hrs after I ate it to see how I reacted that day to that food—-the smoother it became. The longer you follow an effective regiment, the body seems to gradually settle down and be a bit more predicatable. Good Luck!! Pat R

Hinboyz3
Hinboyz3 2009-12-10 23:35:36 -0600 Report

We all get confused from time to time, especially when the numbers are not where we want them to be at the time. But you do have to eat the correct way and not just what ever you want to eat. Watch your carbs that s very important too. Are you on any medications or are you using diet and exercise for now trying to maintain you blood sugar?

alanbossman
alanbossman 2009-12-10 18:54:24 -0600 Report

Harlen is right cant answer you until we know what you are eating and what meds your are on. let us know

Alan

Harlen
Harlen 2009-12-10 17:56:06 -0600 Report

Well are you on meds????
Its all related to carbs but with out knowing what meds your on I cant be much help sorry
Best wishes
Harlen