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PAT4PROG Posts: 652
11/30/11 10:01 A

Don't be sorry for your post. Sure nothing is better that talking your concerns over with your doctor. However, if others have had the same experience and are willing to share, it could add more questions/concerns to review with your physicians. We can learn so much from each other and after consultation w/our care giver develop a pathway of health best for each of us.
Good luck on you quest for an answer and on your quest to the better, healthier you.
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11/29/11 11:27 P

I'm sorry I posted about it.

SP_COACH_NANCY SparkPoints: (158,833)
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11/29/11 11:24 P

Hi DEW437,

I understand, but we are all unique in the way our bodies respond to the stress of exercise. Even if another member experienced a similar situation does not mean that this is normal for you and your situation.

Coach Nancy

DEW437 SparkPoints: (1,808)
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11/29/11 11:19 P

I wasn't really asking for medical advice just wondering if anyone else has the same experience.

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11/29/11 11:04 P

Hi DEW437,

SparkPeople is a great community for support, encouragement and general advice, when it comes to specific questions regarding something as important as your blood sugar, your doctor would be your best source of advice and recommendations.

Coach Nancy

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11/29/11 10:55 P

I have been told by my endocrinologist that I should be very careful working out in the morning because of low blood sugar readings...however, I can get up in the morning and test with a reading of 65...get straight to my work out and my blood sugar is higher when I'm done...like around 112 or this morning 133. So if exercise is supposed to lower your blood sugar why does it seem to raise mine?

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