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Old 04-14-2011, 16:41   #1
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I have a question; would my morning fasting numbers be insignificant if I have a liver dump during the night. If i do have a liver dump, is that not a good thing? Shows that be body is working as it should during the night!

Should I be concerned about an fasting average of 6.4 knowing that I dumped. If my dumps never spike me more than that should i still try to eat to not have a dump?

Questions that I always had and forgot to ask. The other reason I ask is because of my last a1c test thar was awesome.

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You know what? The thing to look up is Somogyi effect. And it is controversial. No one agrees on whether or not it actually exists! So ... good luck. SIGH.

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Liver dumps are important part of our bodies function. There is a constant back and forth between glucagon in your pancreas and glycogen in your liver. I think where the problem comes in is when some of our signals misfire. In a normal pancreas glucagon is only produced if we are really low, around 70. But in many type 2's , it is produced when we are not low. It is my understanding that everyone suffers from DP. The only difference is in diabetics we don't have a strong insulin response to compensate, so our bgs go up. By understanding DP and kind of reining it in I have been able to lower my HbA1c to a normal range, 5.3. So I think it is important to understand it and do whatever you can to limit it.

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Thanks guys, my last a1c was at 5.9 so that is why my morning numbers may be of some insignificance at least keep then we they always have been

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