I've seen a lot of posts as to people's high and lows. In fact I have contributed to them. After an incident yesterday while I was preparing for a colonoscopy, I could eat no solids or liquids that weren't clear. I settled on white grape juice and lime jello. This really played havoc with my BGs. In an 16 hour period my readings went from 46 to 421.

How about you? Keep in one 24 hour period.

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Yesterday I was 76 fasting to 243 post-snack (with insulin resistance from a cold).
wednesday. 107 fasting to 432 at bedtime. still trying to figure that one out.
37 to over 600 (when my meter stops reading) I am usually some where around 50 to somewhere over 400 in a 24 hr period at least once a week. I'm not recomending it, it's just a fact of my life after dealling with this for over 24 years.

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