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 Is eating one meal a day healthy?
im trying to lose weight because my body isnt digesting sugar well and i could get diabetes when i am older. dont get my wrong though, i love to eat! thats how i got into this situation. my doctor ...


 Question about Diabetes!?
Okay, my mother went to the doctor a week ago for some blood work and her results said that she was a diabetic. On the paper it said that her blood glucose was 121 and the normal was 105. But I'...


 Why does my medication?
suddenly not have the brand name thank ...


 What is the best type of ice cream for type 2 diabetics?
I have been reciently diagnosed a type 2 diabetic and I am having a very hard time knowing what I am able to eat and what i should avoid. What are the best foods for people in my situation? I would ...


 I'm 19 years old and have Type 1 diabetes...?
I am at least 50 lbs overweight but I can never seem to lose much weight at all since i've been diabetic...is there any way I can lose weight? or is my metabolism just too compromised? Thanks!...


 I have just learned that I am a diabetic at my age of over 40.?
My question is why do people want to steer away from me when I tell them?...


 Blood sugar number of 63?
I went to the doctor and my number was 63, and Im getting blood work done on friday. I didn't eat much before the test. What are the chances I have diabetes? I'm not overweight however I...


 Is it bad to eat after midnight?
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 Diabetes Mayby?
HEY

I have been getting really thirsty during the day, sometimes i will have to drink half a bottle of water to feel better. I also have to pee allot. I dont even remember the last time ...


 Today my mom was picking me up at school.... and her sugars were low. ( she is a diabetic.)?
Today my mom was picking me up at school and her sugers were low. ( she is a diabetic.) i know i cant drive so i was able to pull her over and "confiscate" her keys. this has never happened ...


 Can my wife drink coffee with sugar before her colonoscopy She needs her caffine?

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Great answers..i had it done with no prolem ,no coffee,no problem...My wife is getting all stressed out..I am doing the best i can to calm her down Thank you ...


 Isn't a diabetic supposed to avoid alcohol and cigarettes, I know someone with it who smokes and drinks?
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 Is having to much soft drink bad for diabetics ?
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 What is bm stand for in diabetics/?
i am doing nvq 3 in health and social care, i am at the diabetic what does BM stand for?...


 How were you diagnosed with diabetes?
Is a fasting glucose enough? Or do you have to go a step further and have a glucose tolerance test? Thanks....


 What are the recipes for a person who has diabetics?
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 I came from a family of diabetic, im 21 and still i havent check if i have one, but am i candidate for it?
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 Diabetic help plz!!!!?
I was just wondering what some of the symptoms of diabetes was? I am 23 and have to pee constantly..I dont drink to much, or have a bladder or kidney infection or nothing like that...I have gained ...


 Doctors are not happy ....?
I was just wondering if doctors are at all feeling threatened by the amount of information on the net...I have found that all I need to know is just a few clicks away...and indeed sometimes I know ...


 I have just found out that i have diabetes. what is the best diet to keep my sugar level low and maintain it?
is whole wheat (brown) bread good for diabetic people? what else is good to eat (eg)meat, chicken, fish and so on?...



Kathie Emmanuelite
Why does my blood glucose go up after a three mile walk?
When I got home my blood sugar was 159 which really surprised me and now a half hour later it's 215. What is going on? I really had a good workout, I walked at a constant brisk pace. I know this question has been asked before, but I never paid attention because this has never happened to me before. I'm freaking out.
                     





kilablb
any one has the right to ask any question... this should be a law in all constitutions in the world...
in all cases such an increase in your glucose level is not normal and i think you might need medical care for it. usually the body uses the hormones like insulin and Glucagon to maintain a constant level of glucose in the blood and any deviation from the normal is not a good sign. unfortunately you might be diabetic...


CeCi <3
if i knew i'd tell u


sjcfish
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your glucose levels will rise because when you work ouy your body converts carbs into glucose which provides energy to you muscles.


circusdejojo
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It could have been that your medication had "peaked" or was the strongest before your walk, hence it was lower. Do you know the "peak" times of your medications? Did you eat or drink a sugary drink? That may have been the cause, and the exercise might have prevented it from going higher. Also, you need to find out what your sugar level was before you exercised. Did it start out at say 300, then to 159 and then 215?

aLSO CHECK OUT www. diabetes.org, in some type 1's their sugar will rise after exercise.


C O
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Well..it's hard to say. A lot of times it depends on stress level. And I've been told that if you're too high when you start exercising (and i do understand that 159 isn't), your numbers will actually go up. Don't ask me why. lol. I stuggle w/ that at times too. All i can say is talk to a doctor, and monitor your numbers closly.


Fartbuster
All those answers are a little confusing. When I exercise (even after 15 minutes or so), my level drops, sometimes putting me in a low. It's weird yours goes up. You should talk to a diabetes specialist to help you figure it out.


cyanne2ak
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It takes an hour and a half AFTER exercise or eating to change your blood sugar. The rising of your blood sugar could well be due to the food you ate BEFORE you went for your walk. However, it sounds to me as if you just aren't getting enough insulin. Exercise increases the efficiency of the insulin you have in your body. If you aren't getting enough, then you just aren't getting enough. Another problem may be that you are getting low blood sugar and your liver is putting out Glucagon to help you recover. I have been diabetic for nearly 17 years. I strongly suggest you test no less than 6 times a day for a full 6 weeks. Take the record of your blood sugars, complete with dates/times to your doctor along with a corresponding record of all medications taken/dosages/times and your diet. There are a few possabilities for a cause here.


ultrafine.geo
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Are you eating or drinking anything while you walking? Are you taking any medication for diabetes? Exercise normally helps to keep diabetes under control. I suggest you see your Dr. as soon as possible.


Lady Butterfly
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When you exercise your muscles need more glucose to supply energy. In response, your liver increases the amount of glucose it releases into your bloodstream. Remember, however, that the glucose needs insulin in order to be used by your muscles. So if you do not have enough insulin available, your blood glucose levels can actually increase right after exercise. Basically, stimulated by the demand from your exercising muscles, your body is pouring glucose into your bloodstream. If you do not have enough insulin available to "unlock the door" to your muscles, the glucose cannot get into your muscles to provide needed energy. The end result is that glucose backs-up in your bloodstream, causing higher blood glucose readings.

source:diabetic site


Brian L
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Your blood sugar went up because you exercised. Weird, huh?

Here's how it works:

Your body has two glucose-regulating hormones: insulin, which helps cells to absorb glucose so that they can use it, and Glucagon, which tells your body's liver and fat cells to release stored insulin so other cells can use it.

When you exercise, whatever insulin remains in your bloodstream helps your cells absorb sugars in your blood so that they can use it to make new Energy.

HOWEVER - your blood sugar then drops. Glucagon is released by your body, and your fat cells release their glucose, because they're idiots and don't know that you can't use it. So sugar that would in a normal person be absorbed stays in your bloodstream. Because you're diabetic, the sugar that gets poured in stays there rather than being absorbed, and raises your glucose levels.


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