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6 week pregnant.Sugar fasting 157.what to do..which medicine to take.can i take medicine orally.or taking insulin is safe..what to do?
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Yes consult a diabetologist
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Only one rise reading is not sufficient for starting treatment.. U should repeat bsl monitoring.. If persistent rise then start,  insulin injection Do serum HbA1C level, For detail consultation connect with me online and we will discuss issues further..
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Connect with me for online consultation for details BeBorn Gynecology Santacruz Mumbai
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Get fasting and after meal sugar Don't jump to conclusions
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hba1c will help
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This is random level and management doesn't depend on that.... You need full profile of sugar... First step will be diabetic diet... Then your doctor will recommend you on basis of sugar level... So follow your doctor advice
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Hi. Meet gynaecologist and endocrinologist immediately. May need medicine,. May be insulin.
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