Heidi, there are no stupid questions here. The fact that your number dropped was awesome! You certainly want to keep track of the foods you are eating that this happens with. Those are the foods you want to stick with. Are you using a fast-acting insulin at mealtimes? Oh, and by the way, we are literally about 100 miles from each other. I live in Cleveland, Ohio.I had a question before lunch my bs was 113 an hour after lunch it was 101 is it normal for it to drop after a meal I been noticing this with some foods that I eat.
It is possible and has happened to me especially when you eat food that is very low in carbs. A subway tuna+chicken salad with full fat dressings sometimes has that effect on meLol ok so guess it wasnt a stupid question... I lived in cleveland for a few months long story lol But I was born and raised in New York city been in columbus 10 years now... I just found it strange that my bs went down and not up after eating I had grilled chicken and a small can of musterd greens and I sneaked in some ranch dressing for the chicken It has also happened when I eat salads and sea food my bs will drop and not rise... I always thought we always went up a little bit after meals and not down lol