I had the chemical stress test, and the girl said it was too easy for me. So I passed that with flying colors, nothing to show there! YAY I was really relieved! The Doc put me on simvastatin since my cholesterol was high, and an ace inhibitor to protect my kidneys, Levemir and Victoza. I got these on Thursday, and today is the first day I've had real nausea, and I'm just on the .6 still. I hope that's what it is, or I'm starting to get a bug or something.. My sugars are still high, I know I'll have to increase the Levemir when I fax her my log next week. But, they are coming down!

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Comment by Brian (bsc) on January 31, 2011 at 6:15pm
I'm glad the stress test went fine. I do hope the Levemir and Victoza work. Lots of people have had good success with Victoza. There is a group on Victoza here. I do hope these help you, I worry that your blood sugars are still high, but I am just really pleased that you are working to get them under control.

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