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Taybor

850d

for the ladies does your monthly cycle mess with your blood sugar this is the first time ive had it since i got diagnosed and my sugar stays high no matter what i do

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    • Mimi3

      815d

      Um no well not for me my sugar drops to the 60 and 50 when my cycle comes

    • Mimi3

      815d

      Um no well not for me my sugar drops to the 60 and 50 when my cycle comes

    • Taybor

      849d

      i forgot as a side note: My doctor did not put me on medication when i was diagnosed she wanted me to try and lose weight and try lowering my A1C that way

    • Mz505

      849d

      Mine have been the same since I was younger and haven’t noticed really a change.

    • Zebrabri

      849d

      It does for me. Depending on how heavy I am is how much it effects me. I just adjust my meds for it and not stress to much since it's not for very long. My doctor said it was normal as our blood sugar rises with any stress.

    • alliecat36

      849d

      I'm not sure honestly. I was diagnosed a year ago with type 2 and my cycles were heavy and stopped after like 3 days then came back even heavier two days later. I ended up having a hysterectomy in April of this year. They started me out on metformin and insulin (18units a day) but a few months ago I went to jardiance once a day. I still struggle with mine some days. Even when I do eat right

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