Lets play high/ low. What's your highest and lowest reading you recall, EVER?

HIGH: 444

LOW: 27

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high 350

low 35
high- over 600 for several hours.... finally went to e-room only to have had it down to the high 200's. go figure
low- 19. oops. don't remember much. thank goodness the hubby takes good care of me in times like this
high 570

low 70 (first ever under 140 fasting level!)
high 650

low 23
High 250

I'm Type 2 so lows aren't a problem
Highest 560 due to steroids

Lowest 46
Highest ... over 650,
Lowest = 15 (and I was talking!)

Erin
OK, Erin....we are all wanting to know....what were you saying at 15??!!! Did you make any sense at all or you just thought you did?
Talking at 15? You have an amazing constitution!
my daughter has type1.
High over 600
Low 28 and she was perfectly coherent.
What gets me is that the one time she did get delirious she was 68. Go figure.
High 865 at diagnosis
Low 20, was not conscious
High - 659 when admitted to ER - Step-father who hated me played with my insulin
Low - 17

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