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  1. Mary,
    04-24-2014 18:02 - permalink
    Mary,
    60 is not a coma level. There is nothing wrong with being in the 60's. If you're on insulin, you need to make sure you're dosing correctly based on carbs. If you're a T2 on insulin, reduce your carbs and you may not need insulin or as much insulin. Many forum members maintain in the 60's and 70's with no issues. 60 will not put you in a coma.
  2. Danbridge
    04-24-2014 17:51 - permalink
    Danbridge
    Mary, I noticed that on your GL chart, sometimes your FGL get's down to 60. I was taught that level is coma. If I get down to 70, I feel dizzy, shakey like i'm gonna pass out. How do you get such low FGL and still wake up in the morning?

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