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Old 08-18-2008, 14:05   #1
 
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High, I have a question about waking/fasting levels. If I take my blood when I wake, about 5 am, it might be 110-140, but if i take it after I have been up for a couple hours, without eating anything, it is almost always 100-110. Which number shgould I pay attention to?

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Hello There:

All of your tests are important. They tell you and your Dr. how your current treatment is affecting your Diabetes control throughtout the day(and possibly the night).

Given a choice however between the tests you mentioned, the first number(FBG) when you get up would be the test of interest to your Dr. Welcome!

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Both readings are important, but the fasting from bed until you 1st get up is the most important number here.

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Both readings are important, but the fasting from bed until you 1st get up is the most important number here.
we have a rull for the night usely 8 mmol for the night.
"8 voor de nacht."
thats for you i think 140 hope i'am right.

now and days we go to bed with 6 thats .......108?????

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