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Family history of diabetes. Have BP. High fasting blood sugar. Any problem eating boiled corn?

Dear Sir, Recentliy i checked my fasting blood sugar and it showing that 105.And also my parents are diabetic patiets reently my father expierd due to the kideny failure.i am also having the medicine for BP i am 34 years old.i would like to kow i am a foot player but it is very patetic i am getting like this diceses. Is there any problem having boiled corn ? i expect your valuble reply
Asked On : Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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Diabetologist 's  Response
Aug 2012
Hi there.

I feel there is a big jumbling happening here...Please clarify:
1. Are you saying you have high fasting sugar (105) and your foot condition is pathetic and so you feel you have got this disease- diabetes? Are you asking about boils and corns in your feet which are making your feet pathetic and hence you have query if you have got diabetes?
2. Are you saying eating boiled corn is ok if you tend to have such a high fasting sugar when you have tendency to have diabetes due to family history of diabetes and you have high BP and family history of kidney disorder?
After you get back, I shall clarify you on your query. Take care.
Answered: Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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