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nomolyme
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my glucose is 101 doc dint say n e thing bout it...he just said lyme is bordeline...ok get back
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101 glucose is not a diabetic score. Its barely above normal which is 99.
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This seems to be a repeat thread. Lots of replies here:


http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/1/80060

Topic: lym e and diabetes


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This is posted at the other thread but, for those who may not make it over to that:


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THE POTBELLY SYNDROME: HOW COMMON GERMS CAUSE OBESITY, DIABETES, and HEART DISEASE - 2005


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this is weird that you posted this-

Everytime they did blood work my blood glucose level was always over 200.

My mom just went and had bloodwork done and it was 120 and the doc is concerned.

I told her mine was always over 200, and she was very concerned.

I will call doc on Monday about this!

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Yes 101 is within normal limits, up to 120 usually is fine. My husband is a type 1 diabetic and he gets over 500 sugars, he is very happy when his is 120.

Astria, Yes 200 IS a concern. Strange they never mentioned it. Is this a fasting sugar as well? If so, that is pretty darn high. Perhaps your doc's were so concerned with other things that were going on in your body that they didn't pay attention to your glucose.

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200+ is a VERY big concern. Please get it reviewed more.
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I know this is an older post but wanted to point out while researching this, mycoplasma could be the cause of diabetes including type one work on treating this also low mag can play a role!
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200+ means you can have a severe stroke and/or heart attack!!!
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