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Re: [IP] b/g spikes



This is not true!!  A spike is anytime your bg goes
above the rate you want it to be at.  You will see
your a1c affected quite a bit if your bg only spikes
after mealtimes because of improper timing.
kelly
--- Notha Stevens <email @ redacted> wrote:
> I have heard that if your b/g is high, but does not
> remain there for at
> least 24 hours, it would not affect your A1C. Does
> anyone know if this is
> true. Or how long a period are you calling a spike?
>
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