Thanks for the query.
The blood glucose
levels which you are describing now are perfectly fine if you are less than 65 years of age. They are almost your pre-lunch and pre-afternoon snack time readings as you have taken the readings 4 hours post breakfast and post lunch. They are excellent and not at all in hypoglycemic range.
is a beautiful medication for a person with type 2 diabetes
. It has a beauty of bringing your blood glucose to normal levels, but it does not take sugar down to 'hypoglycemic range'- in most of the people. If you feel a bit hungry with sugars 4.7 to 6.0 then try eating carbs upto 15 to 20 gms and not more than that. But this is for sure isn't hypoglycemia
and this kind of glucose control will lead you to longer, healthier life. After 8 weeks or so, you should certainly find HbA1c
less than 7% and that's your target if you are less than 65 years!
Dosage is perfect and less than the maximum recommended, so your doctor has prescribed very safely for you. Just relax and follow good lifestyle with this medication, you will be fine!
All the best.