I appreciate everones good advice from my last post. I have an appointment with endo but not for a few weeks. Anyways in my last post I was concerned about my pp bg levels. Within the last week i am having bg spikes to 200 if i dont eat for a couple hours. This may seem like a dumb question but does anyone know why this is happening?

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What are you eating before you get the spikes? If it's heavy protein or fat, that could explain it as they take longer to digest.

Would you mind giving a few more details on the menu you are usually eating and your activity levels after meals?

There are too many possibilities, it could be liver dumps, or it may be generated by excessive exercise, or it may simply be a late spike from too much carbs and fat in the meal.

Cheers, Alan, T2, Australia.
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