Lamictal blood sugar - Doctor answers
70-99mg/dl fasting: Normal blood sugars are between 70-100mg/dl when you are in a fasting state (at least 8hrs). Diabetes is present when the number hits 126mg/dl in the fasting state. When the sugars fall in between these ranges (100-125), this would be considered impaired fasting glucose or pre-diabetes (borderline diabetes). ...Read more
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
I smoke rarely, every few days I would have one. Would I be able to keep a good blood glucose/sugar level if I just have just one cigarette?
Your blood: Sugar depends upon thousands of things, most of which you cannot control. You can, however, control diet, exercise, risk factors, medication, monitoring, glucose control etc. Smoking is one of those thing you an also control. It's not up to me to tell you how much you can get away with before you have trouble, because it's impossible to state with certainty. Your choice. I can't give permission. ...Read more
Age29.weight 110. my blood glucose fasting should be 74-106 but report is 109.so is it ok or I have sugar. And if it is not good then is it curabable?
Is it true that 5 grams of table sugar will not raise your blood glucose level? (Assuming nothing else consumed with it--just the 5 g of sugar)
What is making my vision blur? Its worse when I eat sugar or blood glucose goes below 5.0mmol but is sometimes blurred when glucose level is good. Idea
Fluctuating glucose: Patients with fluctuating blood sugar levels often have fluctuations in vision. It could be simply that, something like latent hyperopia and need for glasses, or something more serious. You need a good eye exam to diagnose. Diabetics need to be seen annually at the least. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not restricted meds: None of these medications are restricted, make sure when you donate blood give them the list of medications ...Read more
My nail beds are gradually turning blood red, just recently I had my dosage of lamictal increased, is this a side effect and if not, what is it?
Yes it's a possible: Side effect. Notify your dr right away. God bless u! ...Read more
Hi. If you don't take Zoloft (sertraline) & Lamictal the same time every day, can this cause too much medicine in your blood? Or is this just an irrational fear?
Not generally a prob: Taking these meds at about the same time daily is best and keeps your level steady, unless you take them just hours apart probably not too much med, more an issue of possibly not enough, and subsequent inconsistent effect. Just generally the same time is usually not a pbm ...Read more