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Here is the Irk - I have been in the 250's every day for the last 5 days since I started the Amaryl - I still feel horrible and when he asked me today what my blood sugar was and I said 248 (fasting) he said, Oh, well that's not too bad.What did you eat today?
Thanks for the additional info. That is certainly not an excessive carb load sufficient to lead to this:
I have been in the 250's every day for the last 5 days since I started the Amaryl - I still feel horrible and when he asked me today what my blood sugar was and I said 248 (fasting)
Which is why I asked the question. Although your breakfast and lunch are 15.5gm and 15gm more than I can handle personally without spiking :) Consider applying this technique; it should help but I agree that it may not be a total solution: Test, Review, Adjust
It seems that you may need insulin as the Amaryl is inadequate. Have you been tested to see what your own insulin production is?
Please forgive your fiancé; be happy that he cares enough to ask, even if he doesn't understand the answers. Try not to be angry; you want him around long enough to gain that understanding.
Cheers, Alan, T2, Australia
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