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Hello. I was recently diagnosed with PCOD. My fasting sugar level is 99. I'm worried its on the higher side. How can I bring it down? TSH is normal.
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Fasting blood sugar levels between 80 to 110 can be considered to be normal.
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you may not worry watch your weight (taking pcod into consideration)
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advise regular physical activity, seek medical advice to regularise your periods
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If you are overweight, you need to work on weight reduction Are you on any medicines for PCOD? Need a detail history to help you out..
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FBS, PP Hba1c consult endocrinologist
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diet lifestyle changes
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The main concern PCOD, sugar level is alright... So try to cure PCOD first..Keep a check on your weight...
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Diet control and exercise. No Sugar medicine at this level
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