Patients Diabetes (Type 2)
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Posted on 8/14/19 11:41 PM
I was recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, and through careful monitoring I was able to make successful changes to my diet. I am also taking Metformin. Now, with no changes in dosage and no changes in my diet, my blood glucose is spiking in the mornings, and while it comes down a bit it is staying high throughout the day. I have an appointment with my Dr. but In cannot get in for a few weeks and am wondering if anyone has had a similar experience or might have some advice for what I can do while waiting to see my physician.
Beginning of the discussion - 8/15/19Sudden Blood Glucose Spikes https://www.carenity.us/forum/diabetes-type-2/living-with-type-2-diabetes/sudden-blood-glucose-spikes-1213
Posted on 8/15/19 2:43 AM
Hi @Hidden username Is the spikes you are experiencing since taking Metforming? Were you getting these spikes before? Were you managing your diabetes previously with just food/diet/and exercise?
Posted on 8/16/19 4:28 PM
Yes, these spikes just started about a week ago and I am currently taking 500 milligrams of metformin 2x a day.
Posted on 8/17/19 7:38 AM
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