Posted by: Tracy | 2003/02/06


I have been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes. My blood sugar levels in the day are good (between 3-6). When I test my blood suger in the morning before breakfast it is always approx 7.5. I take Glycomin in the morning after my breakfast. Am I perhaps taking my medication at the wrong time or should my medication be changed or increased? I also have to eat again by 11am or else I get light headed.

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Tracy, taking your medication at night is dangerous because you won’t realise when your sugar goes too low. You have to realise that in the short run, having a too low blood sugar is much more dangerous than having a high blood sugar.
PS Have you tried to control your blood sugar by diet alone? It sounds like it might be possible from the information you gave. Good luck.

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