From New York, New York, USA:
I am 63 years old, I have had type 2 diabetes for 16 years, I am careful with my diet and exercise, I am on Amaryl once a day, and per my doctor's instructions, I test after getting up in the morning and three hours after dinner. My blood sugars are 95-111mg/dl [5.2-6.2 mmol/L] most times three hours after eating, but my fasting blood sugars are 122-143 mg/dl [6.8-7.9 mmol/L]. Why? What can I do so that I don't have this rise in blood sugars in the morning?
[Editor's comment: If by chance you are eating a bedtime snack, you might try discontinuing it and watching what happens. WWQ]
Last Updated: Tuesday April 06, 2010 15:09:34
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