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Re: [IP] Bs numbers and thyroid issues



You maybe having some highs during times that you are not testing such as
at night and post meals.  Probably the best thing would be to do more tests
and maybe test your basal rates as well.

Billie

Anne O'Hara wrote:

> I have been pumpting since May 4.  I just got my A1c back which I
> expected to be around 7.2 based on my glucometer which gives me a 14 and
> 30 day average.  To my shock, I was 9.2!  Still can't believe it.  My
> endo also did a thyroid test which came back abnormal so she wants me to
> take it again and if it comes back the same, she'll put me on meds for
> it.
> Has anyone had any experience with this?  Is it possible my slowed down
> thyroid would be affecting my numbers?  I have complained to all about
> having been gaining weight which I have attributed to the insulin.
> Thanks for your input.
> Anne in Cincinnati
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