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What's my next step

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Tonight, I checked my blood sugar after 2 hours.

It was 132, which I found out was normal.


I've always had low blood sugar, now I'm finding out what normal is.

I need to get back into the gym, or I'll never get my diabetes under control.

I guess that's my next step.

This is so new and so overwhelming.

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    1527 days ago
    You're on the right track--stay on it!! emoticon
    1530 days ago
    Wooo, Hooo,

    Normal awesome. I do not understand what you are going though, it is my goal to prevent myself from becoming a diabetic because it does run in my family. I have seen in my family where diet and exercise will eliminate the diabetes and I have seen the other side where it totally affects the body. I am soo glad you are here and with SP and are taking the steps you need to fight this. Going back to the gym is an awesome idea. Getting a schedule to go weekly may be difficult but it can be accomplished. I look forward to reading about your adventures at the gym..
    1531 days ago
    emoticon It is a learning experience I'm sure, however I think if you want to get diabetes under control you can. I have a friend who just recently
    found out that she has diabetes and she has done well by keeping track of her sugar and carbs. She tries to eat a bite or two every 2 to 4 hours and has lost 30 pounds and is feeling better. emoticon
    1534 days ago
    You can do whatever you decide you can do. Keep it up and steer into the wind.
    1534 days ago
    I know how you feel. I also felt that way. I am continually reading up on how I can help control my diabetes, what I should be eating, etc. Good luck to you.
    1534 days ago
    A little extra reading might help.

    d luck to you.
    1534 days ago
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