What Do The Two Positive Glucose Tests Mean? Can It Still Be Treated?
I want to ask if positive glucose is two what does that mean? Is it definitely sugar sugar? Can it still be administered? Please explain
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We will try to explain from the questions you ask us, regarding Diabetes Mellitus.
Diabetes is a disease that often occurs today, and lasts long / chronic and is characterized by high levels of sugar in the blood. Diabetes can not be cured but diabetes can be controlled so that complications do not arise that endanger the sufferer someday later.
Blood sugar test is an absolute test done to diagnose whether a person has diabetes or not. The doctor will recommend the patient to undergo a blood sugar test at a time and with certain methods. Before conducting an examination, the doctor will usually look for symptoms that indicate whether a person has experienced an increase in blood sugar levels or not. Symptoms that often appear in someone with diabetes include:
often feel thirsty frequent urination, especially at night often feel very hungry weight down with an unclear cause of reduced muscle mass there are ketones in the urine. weak sight blurred wounds difficult to heal easily experience infections such as the gums, skin, vagina or urethra. After the doctor suspects that these symptoms will lead to diabetes, the doctor will carry out a sugar level test such as:
blood sugar test when: measuring blood sugar levels at certain hours at random and not related to fasting. fasting blood sugar test: measures the sugar level when the patient is fasting for at least 8 hours. Glucose tolerance test: measures the sugar level after the patient fasts overnight and then the sugar level is measured, after which the patient is asked to drink a special sugar solution and the sugar level is measured 2 hours after the recommended drinking of the sugar. HbA1C test: the most accurate test, which aims to measure the average glucose level of the patient for 2-3 months with or without controlled therapy. Usually done and recommended for patients with diabetes who have long. In the statement that you gave us, you did not clearly state the type of test that you have done, so we are very constrained to explain whether you have really been diagnosed as a diabetic or not. It will be clearer and better if you consult back to the doctor who advised you to do the examination. And you will get an explanation of your current condition.
Diabetes in general can be prevented, namely in several ways including:
set the hours of eating, the amount and type of food eaten, choose healthy foods which contain carbohydrates, proteins, and fats that fit your daily needs. keep your body weight in the ideal body weight do regular exercise, at least 15 minutes to 30 minutes 3 or 4 times a week. do routine checks to find out your blood sugar levels at least 1x in 1 year. Thus we can convey, hopefully our explanation is useful for you.