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Do i need to take sugar medicine still?
Age : 30, Wt : 97, Ht : 166 cm | Since past few months my fasting sugar was high (138) and PP sugar was impaired (150) so doctors suggested to start medicine. But before starting medication, since last week i made lifestyle modifications like including exercise and changing to low calorie diet and early dinners. Now my blood sugar is in control without starting any medicine. Fasting (100) and PP (110). If i can maintain normal reading by lifestyle modifications do i need any medicines?
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If u can maintain those numbers n loose weight then u don't need Medicines
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check HbA1c in 3 months
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Hello.. Looking at your history u look overweight with deranged sugars likely type 2 diabetes... For reversal of such condition usually require substantial wt reduction and most important maintaining that weight.. As aftrer wt loss u have managed to get your sugars in normal range that is grate thing... U can stay off medications as long as u keep these reading in normal range but diet and exercise.... For that u require regular monitoring of your reading with both Hb1Ac and FBS /PLBS....
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Continue diet and exercise for wt loss!!
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Monitoring of your readings regularly at least 3 monthly and if abnormal meet endocrinologist!!
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