I have posted this to another forum and may have done so accidentally. However, this is my question/situation. I am currently on an insulin regimen.
There are times when I check my urine for ketones when my blood glucose is particularly high. For example, this morning before I had eaten a bite, my blood sugar was 406. I checked my urine for ketones at that time and it showed moderate to high amounts of ketones in my urine. This afternoon after I ate, my blood sugar was 521 and I checked for ketones again. On the second check, it was negative to a trace. Does anyone have any ideas what could cause this to happen? From going high to moderate amounts to none at all?
I often think I am experiencing some strange signs which are probably due to the high blood sugar and nothing else. They are:
1)High glucose readings...anywhere from 386 to well over 600
3)Aching limbs and stiff joints
4)Blurred vision...also when I am in a sunny room, it looks like I'm peeping through cotton, as if everything has white or fuzzy'halos' around it
5)Breath odor...not sure if it's associated with ketosis or not
7)Stomach pain, usually in the center of my stomach
8)Extreme hunger so bad that it makes me feel as if I'm going to throw up.
Sorry for the mess. Thanks for any information you may have. I haven't been to see my doctor, because I don't want to appear paranoid if it's nothing.