How can one control and lower the blood sugar levels ?
i am having blood sugar for last 10-12 yrs. earlier i was given Gemer P2 &P1 (morning-evening) for about 4 yrs. it was under good control. however, with the change of doctors consulted, medicines also got changed. last year Jan-Feb i was found suffering from enlarged prostate and that was...
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Blood sugar levels in diabetics
Here s the deal, Yesterday I was diagnosed with Diabetes. I m only 21. My blood sugar levels were 307. Does any one know if you can tell what type of diabetes you have by the number? How would I know? I am currently looking for a doctor since I dont
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How to regulate sugar level ?
my blood sugar level was normal but in 15 days when i again checkedit was221 mg/dl what i shoud do my hight 65 inch weight 95 kg age 55year
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How to reduce weight?
how to reduce a weight. my age is 27 height 163cm weight is 77 my blood sugar level is 137. sugar level is normal or high.
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Can i reduce my sugar level in 2 or 3 days ?
I went through an employment medical test and as per my reports i am unfit to join as my sugar is on higher side. Doctors advised me to go for tests Blood Sugar Fasting, PP, Glycoslated Haemoglobin and TLC again. I am very much tensed as my friend to
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You didn’t mentioned what sugar level you have. It matters in management.
If it is not too high, you can control it by diet control and exercise.
If it is not controlled, then oral hypoglycemic agents are given.
If it is still uncontrolled or very high then insulin injection is given.
How can i lower my blood sugar level
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Consult an Internist or Diabetologist
Get examined / Basic investigations may be necessary
Start Life style changes – diet and exercise (Dietician can guide) / stop alcohol...
Drugs may be necessary
What is the lowest your blood sugar levels should be before it is considered dangerous?
Any reading less than 70 mg/dl should rise an alarm and you may have to consume a sugar to bring the blood sugar levels to normal.
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