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Re: [IP] Exercise and high bg's
Stephanie's endo said not to exercise if she was over 200 because her bg
would rise. Steph's 8 1/2, and incredible active, so we did some testing and
found that for her, exercise is helpful in bringing down bg unless she is
300 or over, in which case her bg's do start to rise. I wonder if each
individual responds differently?
Betsy (aka Steph, the wannabe pumper's mom)
From: Janine Shea <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date: Friday, February 06, 1998 10:08 AM
Subject: [IP] Exercise and high bg's
>I have been told that you should not exercise if your blood sugars are over
>a certain level, like 180 mg/dl (10 mmol/l) because it will just make you
>blood sugars go up. One endo said one thing, one said another.
>Does anyone know this is true and what level you should not exercise above?
>Type 1, 18 years
>Insulin pump, 13 years
>Vancouver, BC, Canada
>email @ redacted