It seems like when I try to do realy good at eating right my blood sugars are low alot. I don't like the feeling of being low.. If I am high I can't do anything becasue my heart is racing and I feel like my brain is on ice and my eyes feel wierd and my body is tired. Why is it so hard to keep it leveled. And this makes it all the more difficult to loose weight and keep it off. I am going to see an endo. tomorrow. I hope he is not too hard on me.

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Comment by Lois on January 26, 2009 at 8:47pm
Take heart, Terrie. Things aren't always going to be tough. I am struggling with the same things too. You will find the perfect "spot" and then you will think that life can't get any better. If you're nervous about going to the endo tomorrow, just think of me .... that's exactly where I will be going tomorrow morning. Just picture him/her in his/her underwear and that should make them less intimidating!!!! Smile. Dr. visits rarely kill!

Lois La Rose
Milwaukee, WI

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