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Hi What is below is from everydayhealth.com.A blood sugar reading above 180 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) is considered above normal and can bring...
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Based solely on those readings, your blood sugar readings on that day do not indicate any levels that would be consistent with diabetes.
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Yes, any amount of physical activity can have an affect on your blood sugar. Becoming overheated puts an additional strain that could cause your...
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Hi This info is from livestrong.com Though there's little evidence that cinnamon increases overall metabolism, a number of studies have shown...
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Allegra is an antihistamine and some people do experience side effects, but not low blood sugar. If you are feeling jittery like caffeine each time...
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When your blood sugar goes high and low like that, it means you're not keeping it in tight control. Here are some suggestions.1. Eat small...
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Changes to your diet can have an immediate affect on your daily blood sugars. But as for as your hemoglobin A1C levels, that takes about 3 months to...
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Hi There is not much info around on RBK but found you this, if its any help, its from a diabetic forum.Dr. Khan also notes that that raspberry ketone...
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Adderall is an amphetamine that may increase metabolic rates and can definitely influence blood sugar readings. Most research sites, and drug...
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That seems within the normal range.  But what really matters is not one blood sugar level but the overall pattern.  That's why its...
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I'm not a diabetic. I have had my legs cramp up on me once in a great while. It doesn't happen very often. Really I rarely have any leg...
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There could be many reasons.  First off, kids experience increases in their appetite around school age and they also start to lose some of that...
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No...your elevated blood sugars have nothing to do with a tetanus vaccine. People develop diabetes over time and the timing of the tetanus vaccine...
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