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Blood sugar level increases at night. Help

Hi, I am fahmida bilkis. I have diabetes since 2004. i have high blood preasure. **my main problem is that my blood sugar increase at night. sugar level at morning ( fasting ) is more than sugar level after 2 hrs of dinner. my sugar level commonly at lowest at noon(before lunch). ** my sugar lavel alwayes high seven days before MP. Test result # HBA1C 7.1%, please help me. email # YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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Welcome to HCM
You are diabetic for last 8 years and you must know one needs to control FBS and PPBS and you have not told are you taking insulin or tab (Hypoglycemic Drugs). AS your Hb A1 c is > 7% it suggest that you are relatively uncomtrolled diabetes.
Just take care of your diet and adjust antidiabetic drugs if required add insulin to the combination.
If you do not walk start walking 3 to 4 km /day which will help to regulate blood sugar level.
A good control of diabetes also prevents late comlications apart from giving good quality of life.
Even during period some hormone changes you should have good control as it is not any problem if you have good determination.
See a good Endocrinologist /Diabetologist and you can take help of dietician.
Best of Luck.
Take Care.
Answered: Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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