AF, although I went through menopause before becoming "pre" diabetic, I know what you're talking about. There are some interesting online articles about the two when you're dealing with them at the same time. One said if you're in perimenopause, your blood sugar might be higher as your body's hormones fluctuate, but it also said after menopause, the blood sugar might come down. There's an informative article at http://ezinearticles.com. Search their website for "diabetes and menopause". Both can be stressful, I can tell you that and maybe that's why exercise is good for both. Helps you deal with difficult days. You may want to talk to your doctor, too. It's bad enough if you feel icky physically but it also affects you emotionally. (Warning: courts of law will not recognize this as a defense.)
lol AC, no valid defense, but it seems to me that squeezing lemons leaves no telltale marks.
Oh no! I meant AF, not AC. Must be those lemons.
AF, it's like therapy without a doubt. In the grand scheme of things, we're all in the same boat, so let's row!