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Thanks. Fortunately for me I seem to only have the problem of levels going up. Can not remember last time I was below 90 even after fasting the whole day. But I had a co-worker who had a hypoglycemic shock and it was scary. In my situation, it is all fasting tests in the morning rather than reaction to meals. I guess I could just start testing in the evenings when I get home and not concern myself with the morning levels. One way to deal with a problem is to look around it. :-)
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