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Re: [IP] Anti depression meds and blood sugars
- Subject: Re: [IP] Anti depression meds and blood sugars
- From: Ruth Elowitz <email @ redacted>
- Date: Wed, 14 Oct 1998 23:53:09 -0700
Hi Kerry! I'm glad you're back! I think they have some bg raising effect. I
found the solution to those swings (not caused by anti-depressants but by
gastroparesis and lack of control) is to eat known quantities and slowly
tighten the circle. It tends to feed on itself. The better my control the
easier it is to stay controlled and the more easily I can calculate doses.
Unfortunately, it also works in the other direction. When I really can't get
it to work I try eating small, easy to caluculate all carb meals with boluses
just a touch late for a few days. As soon as I get through a day or two of
matching boluses and keeping my basals constant everything starts to improve.
By the end of a week or two it is much much better. There is some scientific
journal evidence to support the spirals I see too I just never bothered to
Zerox the hours of articles I read at the medical library so i can't tell you
where to get them from.
Brian Spitler wrote:
> Questions. Has anyone else who is on antidepression meds noticed a harder
> time with their control? Mine are on a huge roller coaster anywhere from
> 300+ down to the 30's. Does tighter control return when the body builds a
> store of these meds? Do these meds also effect the normal menstral cycles?
> Any help would be greatly appreciated. Please feel free to email me
> privately at email @ redacted
> Kerry Spitler
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