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ANNBROWN SparkPoints: (1,452)
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3/11/13 11:18 P

that's what I thought.... was they were the same thing. Just did not understand why sparkpeople have a space for both on the page :)

Thanks for commenting and confirming this to me :)

Edited by: ANNBROWN at: 3/11/2013 (23:19)
ONLINEASLLOU SparkPoints: (52,031)
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3/10/13 12:06 P

Blood "sugar" is a common lay-person term for blood "glucose." When you prick your finger, that's what you are testing -- and either term is appropriate.

MISSRUTH Posts: 3,814
3/10/13 10:01 A

It is my understanding that they are the same thing. "Testing your blood sugar" measures the amount of glucose in your blood. A lot of people just refer to it as checking their sugar. But what they're doing, is testing their blood for the amount of glucose in it. So both terms are used for the same thing.

Edited by: MISSRUTH at: 3/10/2013 (10:03)
ANNBROWN SparkPoints: (1,452)
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3/10/13 9:39 A

On this site where you list your measurements.... it has a place for me to list my daily glucose number and my blood sugar... I do not understand the difference in these two. I am suppose to prick my finger twice a day but what is it? My Glucose or my blood sugar?

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