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Mon Dec 03 10:10:12 EST 2012

I got diagnosed with type 2 on sept 4th 2012.. i had no symptoms before diagnoses but now after lowering my numbers and being on meds if feel wierd .
Asked By: bonjo1995  

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my a1c was 12.3, my fasting blood sugar was 241.. After being on meds for 1 month my a1c was 8.2 and fasting blood sugar was 140.. My triglycerides and bad cholesterol went from very high levels to well within normal range...Im also feeling some discomfort in my feet that i didnt feel before I was on meds and my levels have come way down.. I eat right now and workout 6 days a week..
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2012-12-06 19:54:55.0

Hello,

Thanks for asking dLife.

Bravo! Great improvements in blood glucose (sugar) and lipids. Your hard work is paying off!

Your blood glucose dropped rapidly within a short period of time. Initially, a change in glucose may result in some uncomfortable symptoms. Over time your body will become better adjusted to a new and much safer glucose level. And, the symptoms will go away. Hang in there! Your patience will be rewarded.

Continue with your meal and exercise plan. Also regularly monitor your blood glucose and take your blood glucose log to your next medical visit. This information will help your doctor to review your diabetes treatment plan and determine how best to adjust your diabetes medicines.

Learn more about blood glucose testing!

Take care.

Answered By: Liz Quintana
Accreditations: EdD, RD, LD, CDE
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2012-12-21 09:43:52.0

The same thing happened to me and my doctor told me that I felt weird because my body had become accustom to the highs I had pre-diagnosis and the my body would also become accustom to the proper blood glucose levels,but, to watch for lows as this is possibly how you would feel if glucose got to low. Another possibility is you are anemic, which after checking he found in me.
Answered By: dkashefska

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