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Subject:  Re: meds and blood sugar Date:  8/24/2021  9:55 PM
Author:  CMF_Fuskie Number:  2856 of 2920

Any time you take an extra medication (outside of what your healthcare team has prescribed), it is good practice to test your blood sugar more often. If there is temporary increase in glucose levels, that's probably nothing to worry about, but if the increase is sustained, it is probably worth contacting your doctor or nursing assistant to let them know what is going on and give them the opportunity to suggest a way to counter the elevated levels or to assure you that it is nothing to worry about.

Who has found simply having a low fasting blood sugar can trigger a out-of-proportion counter-reaction to carb intake so he has to careful not to indulge in an instinct to raise his glucose levels in one sitting but to be more careful managing his carbs to get back onto an even keel...

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