Use Of Drugs For High Blood Sugar Levels?
Can my blood sugar below 200 be normal? I’m a diabetic sufferer … I consume glimeperide 2 mg. Every pg … if at night I drink 500mg of metformen … if I only eat dinner but if I only eat my fruit I don’t drink metformin … my actions are correct huh …. if you don’t drink metformin gl, my drh is under 200 mksh
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In the medical world, there are three types of blood sugar checks, namely fasting blood sugar checks, during and also 2 hours after eating. These three tests have different normal values, so it cannot be said whether your blood sugar which is always below the 200 is a normal condition or not because it must be ascertained that the number is produced from which blood sugar test. In addition, someone who has diabetes also has a certain target value in reducing his blood sugar depending on the condition or other diseases that accompany diabetes. Regarding the use of medicines that you currently consume, you should stop using them for now and immediately consult their use with a doctor because basically the use of each diabetes drug has its own side effects and can be fatal in the form of a very low blood sugar state if not used in inappropriate ways, dosages and other recommendations. This also answers your next question at the same time, even though using these drugs causes your blood sugar to be within the normal range, using the drug alone without the doctor's recommendation cannot be said to be the right course of action, because every drug has rules of use, each dose and side effects so the delivery must be on the doctor's recommendation. For now, you should lead a healthier lifestyle first, especially the lifestyle that is recommended for diabetics because a better lifestyle can also help control blood sugar. Lifestyle that you can do such as regular exercise, reduce the consumption of foods that are sweet or contain lots of carbohydrates, limit all food into adequate portions, eat regularly that is 3x a day interspersed with 2x small meals of which where eating small. You can also read about foods recommended for diabetics in the following article. I hope this helps.