I think severity is the main factor. Even in worst case, if your sugar is regulated there should be no issues. In your case, give yourself a little time to adjust to your medication so there are no surprises.indicolts said:Forgive me if this subjec has been brought up before. Just found out I am diabetic and I'm kind of wondering how this could effect my riding in the future. Any one out there who is - and how are you coping, or adjusting?
Ed,Another person had mentioned that their blood glucose level was running about 90-110. This would be an excellent range for a person with diabetes but would suggest that they were pre-diabetic if not diagnosed with diabetes.
Sir you have a PMindicolts said:Well, I'm type II. My fasting glucose was 298. I am on metformin right now, and it's playing havoc with my body. I've been on the drugs since this Tuesday, so this is all very new to me. It's affecting my vision, and I keep making trips to the bathroom - all very fun - not. I have yet to get the dietician speech and the speech on how to test my glucose all by my lonesome. I appreciate your comments - I was worried when and if I DO get this under control there is risk of being HYPO-glycemic, thereby running into risk of dizziness, passing out. Not good on a motorcycle!