It sounds like you should be talking insulin with your healthcare providers. When you are tracking your nutrition you should pay close attention to what is causing spikes in your blood sugar. The tracker does not have a space for comments. So, I recommend a log of your foods in addition to the nutrition tracker. The log will tell you what you ate before you took you blood sugar level. You should be checking your blood sugar every 2 hours and more often as you exercise.
The most important thing is following up with your dietician and your physician to find out what exercises you can do and what foods and food portions you should be watching.
Happy New Year and good luck!
Those who make the worst use of their time are the first to complain of its shortness. --Jean de la Bruyere
current weight: 178.0
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I really need to get my sugar under control. So I plan on exercising, walking, continue to drink plenty of water, eat right and on time, and be sure to calculate my carb intake. Due to my sugar being up and down all the time, I am tired, I am very irritable, have no interest in sex and just seem more depressed. I have been increased on medication to no avail, so I must step up and add exercise and weight loss to my regimen, as it seems no matter what I eat, even if healthy, my glucose stays high, or sometimes dips and leads me on a roller coaster. Can't wait to get this under control and glad I found this website for support.
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