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Re: [IP] Constant High BG after Exercise



How many people's endo like to blame highs on rebound reactions to lows?  In my
pre-pumping years very rarely would I see a spike due to a low.   Does anyone
else not see rebound reactions?

-Brentm

--- Mike Kiefer <email @ redacted> wrote:
> I do lift weights for about 20 minutes of my 1 hour morning workout. I do
> about 30 minutes on a cross training machine, which is pretty intense. I
> spoke
> with my endo on Friday, and they seem to think that I'm going low while
> working out and blood sugar is skyrocketing because of it. I think it makes
> sense. Every time I workout I hit a point were the sweat just suddenly pours,
> and I'm sure I burn a ton energy because I'm 6' 6" and about 270 lbs. I have
> dropped my basal rates hoping to avoid some of the problems, but I wasn't too
> successful today. I started at 150 and left the gym at 294. I'm going to try
> "loading up" with carbs a little more tomorrow morning.
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