got my hemoglobin back today,,went seen gp doc..the reff range in ohio is 4.0-6.0 i was 7.0
i have to stop all sugars as much as i can,,complex carbs,,lots of protein.
i went to the store today,,just stood there wow..i got things though..she said just keep walking my 2 miles aday
the bad thing my only 1 kidney is going down..
1.my gfr is 58.6 for my age reff range 60 or greater
2. creatine 1.3 reff range 0.6-1.2
bun 25... r r 11-20.. on this all i need to know..going to have rechecked 1 week..i think my meds are
messing me up..this is like a a acute not cronic (chronic)..my creatine was 1.0 not 60 days ago..
i need to learn what to eat,,and what to eat before my 2-3 mile walks to get me threw it..
i carry gloucose pills 4 grams per..
i ussally eat complex carbs,,sprinkle whey proteine on certain things..
if you can help me out with anything i would love that..
for a odd reason theres people on these sites that love to critizse people for grammer or what have you!!
if your one of those people then dont reply..if your not ,,i thank you for not being 1!!!
and if you dont know who is i will remind you!! thanks alot!!
Welcome, though i'm sure y ou did not really want to come here.
Your result shows you are diabetic. Truely normal results should be 4 - 5.
Metformin is an excellent first line drug for diabetes and it may help you get your sugars under control.
Do strictly limit carbohydrates. Would likely be best to limit grains and flours and starchy veges. You can test 2 hours after eating different foods and see how your blood sugar responds and then use this informaiton to determine which foods you can eat and which you should avoid. 2 hours after eating your blood sugar should be < 140, but more ideally < 120 or even 80 - 100 range (which is truely normal).
Read up. Diabetes is a manageable condition. Please ask any questions you have and we'll try to help you.
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