High: Over 800 When I was diagnosed
Low: 9 At a diabetic summer camp, some girl left me alone in the cabin after I had asked her to get our counselor! Almost went into coma.
Both today, It's been a rough day.
Highest - 366, Lowest, 38
Over 600 when diagnosed, since then highs at 400, low 25 (and arguing that I was just fine.)
T1 for over 36 years, absolutely no diabetic complications and A1c's under 6.
High: The meter wouldn't give me a number just said "HI" this lasted a week! I'm surprised I didn't die!
Low: 4 yrs. ago when I was pregnant I went down to a 30-40? That was bad..I got induced that day just because of that number too!
During a bad flu = 540
A hypo = 10 and in convulsions and that one took a liter of glucose in my hand.
I can totally function at 18, like take the time to make myself an omelet even.
I have 53 years of wild stories ha ha!!!
High:420 at diagnosis
See this post from time to time, but is it relevant to your condition? A more accurate indicator for diabetes care is the standard deviation. It is much more accurate than the high/low game. The high/low game is just a rollercoaster ride.
high: 900 (at the hospital CGM when diagnosed, home meters stop at 600)
Highest 35mmol/l (630mg/dl) when I was diagnosed.
Lowest 1.2mmol/l (21mg/dl)
My high was over 500 not sure how high because meter couldn't read it. My low was 28.
So this is horrible...about 3.5 years ago I ended up in a coma and my bllod sugar was 2286 when I was found. I was in the coma for 8 days. They said that I was lucky to be awake let alone not be in a vegetative state! Not proud of it but wanted to share!