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Best Time To Drink Boost Glucose Control
The blood sugar concentration or blood glucose level is the amount of glucose (sugar) present in the blood of a human or animal. The body naturally tightly regulates blood glucose levels as a part of metabolic homeostasis. Glucose is the primary source of energy for the body's cells, and blood lipids (in the form of fats and oils) are primarily ...Read more
Acromegaly GH suppression test 1 fasting and 4 times at intervals post glucose drink. Do all 4 post glucose have to suppress for negative test?
GH suppesssion: Check with team that did test. They know normal values best for the test done locally. ...Read more
Besides keeping glucose under control, what to do to keep kidneys healthy? Is drinking too much fluids bad for kidneys because they work harder?
Kidney health: Diabetes and high blood pressure are the two major causes of kidney failure - by far. So keeping blood sugar and blood pressure under control will go a long way to protecting your kidneys! Watching salt intake can help control blood pressure. Exercise helps with both blood sugar and blood pressure control. Kidney patients on dialysis may be restricted as to their fluid intake. Good luck. Lgromko. ...Read more
Not Diabetic but check my glucose at times. Usually it's between 90-100 when I test w/o fasting using OneTouch. Last 2 days it's been 120 or 133. I drink diet coke and gained 8 pounds within a year. Should I be worried? Physical in 2 weeks.
Trick question!: Hi. If you're metabolically NORMAL, you won't fail!!! That's why it's a TEST! Are you trying to pull our legs?! ...Read more
Only if there: Were no calories in the tea.Get a more detailed answer ›
I don't: Understand the question. Required for what? Are you referring to a glucose tolerance test? There are different answers depending upon whether it's a gestational diabetes test or not. Check w/ who did the test or diabetes. Org. ...Read more
I m pregnant I made the o sullivan test with 50 gr glucose. The result was: before drinking glucose 76 < 95 and after glucose 148 <140 I m worried?
3 hr test: You simply failed the screening glucose tolerance test which is very common. Normally you would then be scheduled for the diagnostic test to see if you have gestational diabetes. That is called a 3 hour glucose tolerance test. ...Read more
What is a normal range for c-peptide levels after 1hr 75 glucose drink? Fasting it was 0.81 (norm 0.81-3.9).1hr after drink 7.69 (no norm range provided
Hard to find data...: But one online site says: "...the range of values may also vary according to what lab your health care practitioner uses. Children (< 15 years old) 8:00 a.m. fasting: 0.4 to 2.2 ng/ml. Adults 8:00 a.m. fasting: 0.4 to 2.1 ng/ml. Two hours postprandial (after a meal): 1.2 to 3.4 ng/ml. Two hours post glucose load: 2.0 to 4.5 ng/ml." Values less than these numbers often mean Type 1 diabetes. ...Read more
Not a big deal: The amount of water is not terribly important - 12-16 oz should be fine. Be sure you are fasting (not eating) for the required number of hours. ...Read more
Interesting: A droopy lid after swallowing (or during) could be due a mis-wiring of your cranial nerves. I suggest seeing a neurologist for evaluation of this problem. ...Read more
Water only: You can have water but nothing else. ...Read more
Depends: It depends. If you are having the initial 1 hour glucose challenge test performed at 24-28 weeks, you will have bloodwork drawn one hour after drinking the glucola. If you failed the 1 hour sugar test, a 3 hour sugar test would be performed and blood would be drawn before you drink the glucola and at 1, 2 and 3 hours later. ...Read more
Are the glucose readings that they do at the doctors office with the glucose drink the same as a person testing the glucose levels at home?
Basically: Blood sugar determinations done in the physician's office are usually done with same type of strips that patients use with their glucometer at home as opposed to techniques used in major laboratories. However in hospitals, bedside fingerstick glucose levels are often done with testapes as well. ...Read more
About my 2 hr urine got trace glucose with normal blood glucose. Since the blood glucose is already low. What food n drink should I be careful with?
High glycemic: Stay away from high glycemic foods. This would include cookies, candies and soda. Also corn and some fruits can be high glycemic. Do an internet search for "Low Glycemic" and you will be directed to dietary lists that you will find helpfull. Also, talk to your Doctor and they should have low glycemic information for you. ...Read more
1yr Old boy doesn't like to drink water, but if I give him 4oz water w 1/2scoop of glucose powder (brand glucolin) he will drink all. Is it ok use daily?
If you are talking about glucose tolerance test, you may drink a little water after the glucose drink. Consult this site for information, especially about preparing for the test.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/tests-procedures/glucose-tolerance-test/basics/definition/prc-20014814 ...Read more
Hi doctor would drink of red wine increase my glucose, in order words increase the sugar in my body?
Depends on type of: Red wine: "dry" (low sugar) red table wines have virtually little effect on blood sugar levels; "sweet" (dessert wines, ice wines, & late harvest red wines) have more calories, sugar/carbs, & higher alcohol content & may thus affect your blood sugar level somewhat more. Just remember to drink in moderation & with food to slow absorption of the alcohol. ...Read more
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