Just curious what everyones fasting blood sugar was this morning. Mine was 133.

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99 @ 4:31 a.m.
102; a little higher than usual, but still okay.
166. It's almost always over 140.
Mine was 14.7 (265 mg/dl) ... been high since yesterday at noon despite correcting every hour or two. Time for a site change!
I woke up 178. I am type 2 and my blood sugar in the mornings are always high no matter how much Lantus I take. I have days where I wake in the 130's and 140's, but never any lower. I would say that my morning average is about 160.... other than taking Novolog in the middle of the night I am not sure how to bring this down. It does not seem to matter what I do the night before...
69 mg/dl
96 :)
4.6(82)
102 @ 323am very good after eating ice cream late last night. I will take it.....
79 @ 323am
Eeeek! 4.8. Gratefully I had a small snack with my first coffee of the day. So cold this morning it was great to be able to eat before breakfast.
111 !! but i don't know at night what was happening.. i slept for 9 hours =))

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