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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 told me that these tests are related to diabeties. Please could you tell me the ways how i can reduce sugar in 2 or 3 days so that i can join the company. This job means a lot to me. please advice how can I lower down blood sugar .
Asked On : Thu, 3 Mar 2011
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
being a professional it is unethical for me to devise a mean to deceive some one and not aimed at cure. Dear what you wish is possible better contact someone at local level seeking cure and you will get results in a day or two.
Answered: Thu, 3 Mar 2011
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Please mention how high was your blood sugar level, and what is your age?. Some people, have borderline blood sugar, but never develop diabetes. Also metabolic syndrome has mildly high blood sugar levels along with high cholesterol.
If it was mildly high, you can simply cut down sugar, rice, bread, alcohol in your diet day before test. 12 hours of fasting before giving the sample will help.
If it was very high, then medication will be required to reduce it.
Anxiety will only worsen the condition, relax if this job is meant for you, you will get it.
Answered: Thu, 3 Mar 2011
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