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What causes frequent urination and thirsty with high FBS? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 08-Jun-2014
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User:Hi doctor
User:For last few days i has frequent unination, thirstyness so i checked my blood sugar yesterday
User:FBS is 189 where as PPBS is 270
User:Am I diabetic now?
Doctor:FBS more than 125 is considered diabetic
Doctor:more than 200 as PPBS also saays the same
User:But last year XXXXXXX 2013 i had FBS 95 and PPBS 135 so with in a year this will increase this much?
Doctor:You can however test it again after one month
User:OK Should I consult doctor immediately for medication?
Doctor:for doubly confirmation
User:Actually last few weeks i was too much thusrty where as today morning I took one glass of bitter gourd juice afterwards i dint feel at all
Doctor:That is ok but you should consult doctor first
User:Ok can you siggest good diabetic clinic near by K R Puram???
User:rammurthynage or banaswady in ORR?
User:Ok Thanks a lot doctor
Doctor:MS Diabetes and Skin Centre
Doctor:Indiranagar is the nearest that you have
User:Thanks a lot doctor
User:bye for now
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
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