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Why am I so sensitive to blood sugar level. Is my glioma taking it all?
Just something else to consider, I understand that steroids can affect the liver's ability to handle insulin, which I guess would affect glucose levels, so if you've had steroid treatment it would definitely be worth checking it with someone.
Thank you for that, good thought. I certainly remember steroid treatment immediately post op, but that was coming up 6 years ago now. How long was I on them? Really can’t remember, lost now in the mists of time! Lionel
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