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I would check with your eye doctor and your primary care physician. If you see stars often, I would check your sugar and see how much of a pattern there is when it happens.
My first inclination would to call my primary physician and/or optometrist.
Keep in touch, linda
"Treat the Earth well; it was not given to you by your parents, it was loaned to you by your children. We do not inherit the Earth from our ancestors we borrow it from our children."
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Good morning everyone! I am hoping someone can offer some information or advice. I am sitting at my desk at work. Just finished eating my cheerios, non-fat milk and half a peach for breakfast when I started seeing stars. The seeing stars thing isn't new to me but I figured I would check my blood sugar to see if there is any correlation and it was 290! I am a newly diagnosed diabetic (about a month ago) but my sugars have been consistently under 200 since I started my metformin, diet and exercise routine. Every once in a while I wuold get a 225 reading but that would be the morning after having something bad like a cookie the night before.
Can anyone tell me anything about this? Does or has anyone else experienced this with diabetes? I have been seeing stars for a few years now but never really thought anything of it because there is a history of fainting in my family even though I have never fainted from it before.
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