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Posted by Helena [11599.9984] on December 01, 2011 at 16:23:26:

In Reply to: Anyone posted by leah [11358.9973] on December 01, 2011 at 11:01:41:

Leah according to Netdoctor a level over 7.7mmol/l is
considered diabetes mellitus and between 6.00 and
7.7mmol/l it's considered to be impaired glucose tolerance.
The different units and normal values for Europe and the US
are shown in the link below, which also links to this
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reference_ranges_for_blood_tes
ts
which is interesting.

I think any problem with the thyroid leads to some sort of
impaired glucose tolerance, or it could be a vicious circle. I'm
hypoglycaemic and have been for longer than I've had any
other problem. I'm also tall, very slim, can't put on weight,
never have been able to (apart from when I took
hydrocortisone) and badly need to.



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