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hi! I am a newly diagnosed Type 2 diabetic. For right now my doc wants to test only before I eat and at bedtime. I have been noticing that my highest numbers are in the morning unless I eat something really bad like ice cream. I have been cutting almost all carbs out and no bread. So i guess my question is: why is my highest number in the morning? what makes bg rise? so confused........

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ahhh. So the better I get a handle on my BG, the lower the number will be in the mornings? I am usually running 104-122 right now. And when I go to bed it's anywhere from 104-130.
 

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Hello & welcome, wisprette . . . thank you for joining us! I hope you'll settle in & make yourself at home here; there's lots of support, knowledge, wisdom & experience to be found here.

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I see that Shanny and I am forever greatful! This is all so new and some of it confusing, but with new friends here I think I'll be ok!
 
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