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Re: Could the ADs be contributing to my blood sugar?

Posted by S. Suggs on November 7, 1999, at 6:49:08

In reply to Could the ADs be contributing to my blood sugar?, posted by Racer on November 6, 1999, at 17:25:03

Hello Racer: It sounds like you have a real proplem on your hands. For what it is worth, I used to work for LifeScan, but resigned due to an issue which caused us to part ways. There are several questions: Are you Type 1 or Type 2 (insulin dependent / non-insulin dependent)? If you are T2, what type of insulin do you take and how much and when? The fact that you are hypoglycemic is obviously the problem, and (if you could give a little more information on your diet, it could possibly help), when, what, how much? When do you check your blood sugar? Which meter do you use? Are your test strips fresh? Have you checked your meter with a lab reference (a dr's office should be able to handle this for you-they should use a lab reference)? DO NOT check your meter with another meter, because you do not know which one is correct. Also, not all meters are calibrated the same way, and therefore, could give different results. Blessings,

S. Suggs




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