I have type 1 diabetes.
My first symptoms were increased urination.
I also lost a ton of weight.
But, I did not have lyme when I got diagnosed with type 1.
Alot of my symptoms of diabetes before I was diagnosed were a little like lyme...fatigued muscles, rapid weight loss, exhaustion, frequent infections, yeast infections, blurry eye sight, and frequent urination but quickly cleared up as soon as I got on insulin and my blood sugar was stable...within a few days I was feeling better. I have these symptoms again, from lyme, that do not go away with great blood sugars so I know they are lyme related. They are also so much more severe than when I was diagnosed with diabetes. Plus when I got these symptoms from diabetes, my blood sugar was 750 not 100.
Definitely bring it up to your dr, but a blood sugar of 100 is normal. It can fluctuate and one point is not a cause for concern. Now if you had a fasting blood sugar of say 150 or higher, I'd say yep, get that checked right away.
I do drink a ton of water now to detox and mostly have lemon in it which will make me need to pee more often. Also, I do get up a ton to go at night, but it is from the detoxing not the diabetes.
Also, I noticed that I do go through periods of urgency since getting lyme. It was one of my first symptoms. Since I had already had type 1 for 18 years at that point, I knew it wasn't from that.
Always, always, check with your dr if you feel something is off, but don't freak yourself out over a 100 blood sugar while you wait to see your dr.
If you are really concerned you can get a blood sugar monitor and 10 strips at the pharmacy for about
10 or 15 dollars and check your blood sugar when you get up in the morning, before you eat. You might need to ask the pharmacist about
the monitors that come with some strips inexpensively. I have bought ones at rite aid and cvs, to keep in my purse in case I forget to take my regular monitor with me when I go out. If you go that route, don't forget to get a lancet device too, your gonna need to pick your finger with that to do the test.
Post Edited (joee) : 1/9/2018 10:20:52 AM (GMT-7)