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My question is How much do you factor in your guests tastes/preferences when choosing Medifast menu & cake flavors? Thanks in advance for any response. My other question... Ok I am just over 4 weeks out and doing fine. I would like to hear others experiences with blood sugars after.

Surgery.

I was in good control using.

Metformin.

(AC1 5.1- 5.6) over the last 6 years. Now I am off all meds needless to say for now. I am not sure what is a good number and how long does it take for it to register? I am tracking my numbers as I know the Dr will ask the next time in. But at what point do they say your good to go??? I dont even think I could eat enough of anything to spike my numbers. The highest I have seen after eating is 134. That is 1 hour after eating, that has been and still is when my highest numbers are..

Doing well in Snowy NE..

Down 25lbs since RNY, 45 altogether...

Comments (4)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I got an decent answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could give you help..

Comment #1

I didn't think you could take.

Metformin.

After WLS as it is time released???..

Comment #2

I am on a.

Insulin pump.

... I am having.

Surgery.

On Monday. I am wondering if I will still have to use it after.

Surgery.

? I am in NE too, Massachusetts. I am so happy about your success keep up the good work..

Altheia..

Comment #3

I was on.

Metformin.

And.

Avandia.

Before.

Surgery.

They took me off the day before.

Surgery.

They said that at first they would rather have post.

Surgery.

Glucose be a little high than for me to take the meds and go low since the only way to get it back up would be to get some sugar and we all know that can cause other problems after GBS. At 2 weeks post-op my A1C was 5.8 and has been 5.6 the 3 times I've had it checked since. So I haven't taken either medicine since the day before my.

Surgery.

6 months ago..

Also,.

Metformin.

Comes in a non-extended release version. That is what I was taking because the ER version didn't work for me when I was first diagnosed for some reason. I would get really sick and see the pill in the toilet within 4 hours of taking it. My Dr. at the time called the company that makes it and they said that happens for some people, so I was taking the non ER version for several years. I did have to take 2 doses/day though...

Comment #4

For insulin I think it depends on your dosage and how you react to it. I was on such a high dosage of insulin before.

Surgery.

, but after.

Surgery.

I am happy to say they did cut it in 1/2 (from 80 unit to 40 units - the long acting) and I have not had to use my other insulin for any high.

Reading.

Since then. The even better news is that I had to go down from 40 units to 30 units, I am six weeks out but my sugars are starting to run too low...

Comment #5


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.