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Please don't go.. There have been two messages going around, one is your and
one was for someone who intentionally made their blood sugars go high to
lose weight (you are not her from what I can remember).  I think everyone
forgets that most responses go to everyone in the group and sometimes it
gets hard to keep track.

I think what happens is that your body may get used to be high.  Then it
perceives that range as "normal".  I can;t say I always feel bad when it is
high, but most of the time I do.  Do you run high more than at a normal
range?  Linda
-----Original Message-----
From: imsmc: First imsmc:Last <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date: Monday, November 08, 1999 5:11 PM
Subject: [IP] BIZARRE

>Okay, enough already.  I wan't asking for diet advice, counseling or
>high blood sugar horror stories. I was simply trying to determine if
>anyone else had ever experienced feeling "better" when blood sugars are
>high. I guess I need to take my question somewhere else.
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