high serum sugar levels usually should be confirmed by repeated fasting blood sugar levels to actually ascertain that you are diabetic. Once confirmed, depending on the sugar levels and a clinical examination and past medical history, a treatment plan is proposed. Management of diabetes involves both drugs and life style changes. Most patients once put on treatment have to take the drugs every day. Modification of the treatment protocol should only be done by your physician.\
Life style changes include activities to reduce weight like low fat diet, exercise> Poor salt diets especially in patients with accompanying hypertension
, proper cleaning of toes and feet. Drugs used treatment of diabetes
are of various classes and can be oral of injectable. Particular drugs are chosen depending on the blood sugar level and other commodities in the patient. In the evaluation process, tests to evaluate the state of the main target organs in diabetes are usually evaluated. The kidneys, the heart, the eyes.
Consulting an internist or a diabetologist/endocrinologist
is the ideal thing to do. Nutritionists are usually associated to most diabetes clinics, and shall be very useful in offering nutritional advice, based on your particular origin, nutritional habits and financial standing.
I suggest you visit a diabetologist/endocrinologist or an internist for proper medical check up and care.
Hope this helps and best regards,