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H_J

563d

Has anyone in this group have very high and very low blood sugars randomly where it dropped fast or went up fast

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    • H_J

      563d

      @BellusLupus I eat normal sized meals for what I cook and at the correct times

    • BellusLupus

      563d

      It's been my experience that I roller coaster (what we call it when I go from super low or high to the opposite) in times of high emotion. Not just stress but if I'm super happy and having a great time with say my family or friends I tend to forget to eat.

      • H_J

        563d

        @BellusLupus I eat normal sized meals for what I cook and at the correct times

    • Jazzmin87

      563d

      With type 2 diabetes your body is still producing insulin. So missed meals does effect ur sugars. As well as physical activity. And bc it's summer it super easy to get lows. I'd talk to doctor about adjusting ur meds. At least for the season. I'm type 1, meaning my lows r usually caused by giving myself too much insulin, not eating or enough carbs, or too much physical activity without a pick me up.

      • H_J

        563d

        @Jazzmin87 I don't skip meals and I do a lot of physical activity but I eat snacks every hour depending on the temperature and what I'm doing

        • Jazzmin87

          563d

          @H_J that's actually really good to do. I would definitely talk to ur doctor about adjusting ur meds.

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