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Joyren

819d

My endo always says she’s impressed with my glucose control and that it’s rare. In 10 years I’ve never once had a seizure or passed out. Even though I feel I run on the higher side. Can anyone else relate? Or am I actually an outlier?

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    • T1D.lyns

      811d

      I’ve never passed out or anything either, never even been in DKA but my sugars run high sometimes

    • T1D.lyns

      811d

      I’ve never passed out or anything either, never even been in DKA but my sugars run high sometimes

    • Tinkerbellepan

      814d

      20 years for me never passed out or seized either but my sugars tend to run on the higher side 300 I got a pump to hopefully help with it

    • Joyren

      818d

      It sounds like you’re probably in your “honey moon phase” if you’re only about 2-3 months since diagnosis. That means your pancreas is likely still producing a small amount of its own insulin. I definitely would not consider 140-155 running high.

    • superhuman27

      819d

      i also run on the higher side. my normal is about 140-155ish. they want me at about 113.

    • superhuman27

      819d

      my endo says this too. i got diagnosed about 2.5 months ago and every meeting that we have, (we’ve actually had a lot) she always says how impressed she is with me.

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