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High sugar level, abscess on stomach, sore. Can urine cause high sugar, soreness?

i am diabetic my sugar levels have been running anywhere from 20 to 30 i got what i thought was a bladder infection ..was prescribed 2 different meds .. but i remain sore on my bottom .. now i have formed a large absess on my stomach but has started to drain .. can my urine cause my bottom to be sore and sugar levels remaining too high cause absesses ?
Asked On : Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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Your sugar levels of 20 to 30 means that they are between 360 mg to 540 mg and these levels are very high.A severe uncontrolled blood sugar levels will not only let your infection heal but also cause various complications.You must consult the doctor and try to control these levels urgently by use of injection insulin.
Once your blood sugar levels are brought to normal,it would be easy for the infection to be controlled.
Your abscesses and persistent UTI are directly as result of severe uncontrolled diabetes.
Answered: Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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