I can't find info on this topic. Whenever I type in "high blood sugar" in any search, I get a lot of links for treating high blood sugar, which is not my problem.
I FEEL like I have high blood sugar, but I do not. I check with multiple meters (all are calibrated) and my blood sugar is normal or close to normal. However, I feel many symptoms of high blood sugar (for me at least). Tingly lips/tongue, a little nauseous, sluggish, unfocused... I don't know what is causing it.
I'm a 30yo with slightly high blood pressure, but otherwise good health. HA1C was 6.8 last check up and has been that way for a few years. I just don't know what could be making me feel this way and high blood sugar feeling is the only way I know how to describe it.I really stinks. I probably end up feeling this way 2-3 times a week sometimes.
Anyone else ever get this feeling? Any ideas of what it could be?
I googled your symptoms and one of the pages was about celiac disease.
You could be dehydrated, which causes similar symptoms.
Also, after you've had diabetes a few years your body starts losing the ability to sense highs and lows. If you feel weird at all, test. I also make sure to test before driving and periodically through the day.
Diabetes is always changing. Guess that keeps it exciting.
Good call. I actually had a western analysis done for a protein to test for celiac's not too long ago when these symptoms first started. Test was negative. Maybe I should get again? I wonder if there's another test other than the western.
Dennis, hypo symptoms are often the same as any "fight or flight", anxiety, or anything that would cause you to release adrenalin. maybe a clue?
also, it's possible to release adrenalin (and have hypo symptoms) when your blood sugar is high, but dropping. I can have symptoms at 200 mg/dl, if I am dropping fast enough.
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How is your Thyroid doing?
I was supposed to go get the levels checked out, but I just can't seem to get away from work. God forbid a blood draw lab be open before 8am or after 4pm -_-
Thanks Joe. My doc told me over the phone that is could very well be anxiety and not celiac's or hypothyroidism. Something to consider. It'd be more of a mental health and lifestyle issue at that point. I just started a new job and had some life changes so that could very well be true.
I honestly hadn't considered it until you and then my doc mentioned it.
I've been having the exact same problem lately! I couldn't find anything on it either. I'd have to agree with the anxiety idea though, I'm dealing with college decisions and such and the high feeling seems to be happening more. I also drank some water and that seemed to help too.