Occasionally spiking to 180's ... is this acceptable? Liver functions well, no other health issues whatsoever, I'm a male, in my late 50's active, slightly overweight.
A safe bet would be to check with your doctor for specifics about the numbers as everyone is different. A weight reduction would more than likely help the spikes as long as everything else is o.k.. Wish my numbers were that good though. Depending on your bodies response to weight loss you may need to ask your doctor if a higher dose may be necessary if the spikes continue. ALWAYS check with the doctor before changing your meds or even a life style change as this will affect your numbers as well. Take care, marjorie zych
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