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    barb10562 posted:
    Oh man. Since my endo put me on Metformin Ive been struggling with high sugar specially in the morning. Yesterday was 102 and this morning was 92 Thats more like it!!
    carebear69101 responded:
    I also am on Metformin and am higher in the mornings, I find it especially strange since I don't eat at when I'm sleeping!
    barb10562 replied to carebear69101's response:
    Maybe thats why u r high in the am. Just try eating some protein around 10 pm with a little carb and see how that goes. Thats what Ive been trying. Good luck!!
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