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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :hi
Doctor :   how can I help you ?
Doctor :   please proceed with your health query
User :   my sugar level was 120 in MAy 2008 due to walking and exercise came back to normal thereafter during pregnancy and delivery in may2009 sugar levels were normal however by may2010 sugar level had gone upto 160 post lunch and glycocelated haemoglobin was 7 again walking has brought the level down to 95 fasting and 103 post lunch
User :   however i did not have sweet tooth which has suddenly developed now is it because of the fluctuating sugar levels ?
Doctor :   let me read what you have typed
User :   do i have to take medication or just walking would do
User :   Hi are u there
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   since you are having toothache there could be fluctuation in sugar levels
Doctor :   diet and exercise do help in controlling levels
Doctor :   but since you are having symptoms at present, it could suggest fluctuation and infection
Doctor :   repeat sugar level test along with repeat glycosylated hemoglobin levels would help
User :   by sweet tooth i mean i feel like eating sweets a lot not a tooth ache
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