Patients Diabetes (Type 2)
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Posted on 6/5/20 3:05 AM
Been feeling nauseous lately, not the best diet or will power. Any tips?.
Beginning of the discussion - 6/5/20Nausea with high blood sugar: Have you experienced this? https://www.carenity.us/forum/diabetes-type-2/living-with-type-2-diabetes/nauseous-with-high-blood-sugar-2029
Posted on 6/5/20 4:17 PM
@Jacquline326 Hello Jacquline326, thank you for starting this discussion. I'm sorry you're dealing with nausea. Let me tag some members who may be able to share their advice with you.
Hello everyone, how are you today? Have you ever experienced nausea when you blood sugar levels are high? What do you do to feel better? Do you have any tips for Jacquline326? Feel free to share here!
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Posted on 6/5/20 6:45 PM
I'm not dealing with nausea. Just a fluctuation of sugar spikes without any consumption of food or drink. I don't have a understanding of what this could be.
Posted on 6/8/20 10:59 PM
@Jacquline326 :About the only time I have any problems with nausea is when I’ve gone past the time that I was supposed to eat and take my medicine and hadn’t done it, then I started feeling nauseous and shaky with a slight headache.
Posted on 6/8/20 11:07 PM
@Courtney_J : Well like I told Jacqueline about the only time I really have a problem with nausea is if I go past when I’m supposed to take my medicine and eat. Then I start feeling shaky and I start getting a slight headache. My sugar ranges anywhere from 95 to 123 although it has gone as high as 150 or 157. I find that my readings are better in the mornings if I don’t eat anything after supper & late at night.