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Severe pain in feet, blood sugar level high, gradually reducing. Reason for pain?

Hi, i am 29 yr old male Height - 5 7 weight about 70 kgs. I had blood sugar levels (250-300) about 3 months back (that time 3 months avg was about 13.6%). Last month my sugar level was 140(3 months avg - 8.6%). last week - 112 (3 months avg - 7%). But i am still feeling pain in my feet . Also, while driving, the pain increases
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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Hi sameer ! These thing you have to do! Take control over your weight. Now if this is your random glucose then 112 is not high take some sugar for energy, as i can feel how weak you feel daily. Do exercise or running too. But now you have pain, take dicofenac tab, wash leg with soft soap. Don't use hard brush. Wear diabetic special socks. If still pain do little massage. Phew! I hope my knowledge helped you. Take care. Be fit. Bye.
Answered: Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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