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Re: [IP] Re (IP) how much of a rise



wow.  I have read lots of things that say that nondiabetic people rarely if 
ever go above 140 even after a high carb meal.  --Gianna


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>To: email @ redacted
>Subject: [IP] Re (IP) how much of a rise
>Date: Tue, 17 Aug 1999 09:00:07 EDT
>
><<Can someone out there give any indication of how much of a bg rise is
>"normal" for times after eating? How close to where you started from should
>you be in two hours if you bolus correctly?  Or is this strictly YMMV?
>--Gianna>>
>
>Yes, YMMV, but it is not unusual for a person without DM to rise to 180 2
>hours after a meal (depending on the meal content and BG before the meal).
>The same may apply to you. Some endo's do not want you to go above 160 post
>meal. A 30 to 50 point rise after a meal is not unsusual.
>Barbara B.
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