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My mother age 50 has done a random blood sugar test  after meal ..and the result is 275 ..Is this a normal or diabetes..
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This is Diabetes range.
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Get a thorough blood test done from a reliable lab and seek medical advice
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Eat healthy balanced meals and conault a nutritionist for better sugar control
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Hi A random blood sugar taken at the age of 59 yrs without a previous history with or without diabetes does not indicate the correct pic Hence I suggest you to do a fasting blood sugar , pp blood sugar) blood test done two hrs after breakfast and a HbA1C test and then come back on Practo we can see if there is diabetes issue or not.
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Good morning Yes the random blood sugar of your mother seems like Diabetes so plz check for the accurate volume of sugar in  blood that will help you to take medicine and proper diet.
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If want to take a customized diet plan and dietary suggestions then you can consult me on practo between 6-8am morning.
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make sure that she is taking plenty of water about 3-4ltrs everyday. thanks for asking your query here. wishing you and your family a healthy life. have a nice time 😊
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Hello Hope you are doing well Please dont take random blood sugar If you want to check diabetes then go for Hba1c test
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Hello practo user Sure ,we will help you We have a diet plan for diabetic patient which include . Help to control and cure diabetes by curing the cause of diabetes and reduce the intake of medicine . Managing all the other symptoms , deficiency , disease caused due to diabetes. . Stress managment. .Many more. But before prescribing any thing we need some information like . Vitals . Purpose . Medical history . Family history . Occupation . Physical activity . Daily routine And many more So, if you want to contact us,you can contact us directly thru the link below or via Practo
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For more information or to contact me directly or via phone or for online counseling contact https://wa.me/message/vb6twvy2bpl2k1 Thanks with Regards Dt. Ankita
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Yes she is diabetic...kindly test her hba1c....I am a Diabetes Expert..after test if u want to discuss connect with me on practo
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plz connect with me on practo for detailed discussion and suggestion.
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Gud evening pls do hba1c test kindly.
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Hi This range is under diabetic range. But you can go for fasting HBa1c which will give you the correct picture of the sugar level .
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Hi, it should actually be 200 so this slightly high.
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Hi, I hope your doing well. Random blood sugar 275 is quiet high, You should check her fasting and HbA1c values. Blood sugar rises due to many reasons not only food like stress, medications, any other underline disease, sedentary lifestyle. Early symptoms of diabetes Headache Increased thirst Frequent urination Fatigue You can check all of these symptoms and correlate with her sugar levels
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After checking your HbA1c Look out for natural ways of reversing the high blood sugar levels like methi Dana water, eating good protein in your diet, staying active etc.
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Always look out for Diabetes educator For more information you can connect with me on Practo or https://wa.me/message/kwlwrwiquf5ja1 Dt Kanupreet (BSC., Pgdnd, Certified Diabetes Educator, Certified Ketogenic Nutritionist)
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Take fasting,  post lunch and HBA1c then only it can be decided the the person is diabetic or not.
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Her  post sugars had crossed the ref values but we need to check on her defeciency levels,lifestyle,other medical issues only then we can arrive at the correct diagnosis.
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connect at MEASURES AND SERVES DIET CLINIC online to discuss the same
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No its high according to a diabetic person If diabetic person sugar is between 150-170 then your doctor count is as normal. If it is above it is count as high Kindly discuss in detail to keep your sugar under control Connect with me on practo app
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Hi, The figure shows the elevated levels of Blood sugar. Go for hba1c to get the clear picture.
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You're welcome to the Diet consultation for the concern.
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