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Old 05-05-2012, 00:11   #1
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i know someone that said there numbers run between 300-400 but when his numbers are around 190 he feels like hes low is that possible

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Yes. As your normal runs lower, you may feel it.


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Old 05-05-2012, 00:29   #3
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Not only possible, more than likely pretty certain. As our BG runs higher and higher our bodies adjust to the higher numbers. So that we feel"normal" in ranges that are very dangerous for us. As we gain control and bring those numbers down our bodies fight and give us those "false hypo" feelings so that we get bring the numbers back up.

As we keep control these false hypos pass and we start feeling right in the right ranges.

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Many times we may have diabetes for quite awhile before we are dx'd. So our system gets used to the high bgs as normal, even though they are not. Once we are dx'd and start treatment and lower our bgs, our body rebels. This can go on each time you lower into a new range. I still feel that way sometimes when I am in the 80's , which is rare.

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