Some people, who keep their bloodsugars extremely well controlled will go into shock despite a not too high reading, but high. For example, if I was 140 I'd be really naseauated and sleepy because I very rarely am that high.
So either that happened or it was 140 AFTER she administered treatment for shock. I know when I was 33 (in front of my doctor with a migraine) I was barely awake and after treatment I was up to 100 and feeling fine.
I also take care of a Child with Diabetes. During nights, her blood sugar goes everywhere. If she is spending the night, I test her a mininum of 2 times depending of what her bloodsugar is. She will also go high/ low/ normal/low/high if her insulin is not administered within a time frame of eating for the rest of the night.
Either way, you should speak to your doctor, and just let him/her know about it.
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