Her diabetes is poorly controlled as she lives alone and has become increasingly confused i have been asked to visit twice daily to prepare and supervise her meals.What communication problems might i ...
with someone who has diabetes with a blood sugar count of 166 and BP of 98/70, the problem is that this person also complains of being very dizzy. And that is where I am stumped I can understand the 1...
okay I had my blood taken 3 weeks ago still no call from my doctor, I have symptoms of very tired, will sleep long periods of time because my body and mind just doesnt want to wake up exp fall asleep ...
For a fasting glucose test:
<100 mg/dl is normal
>126 mg/dl or a plasma glucose >126 mg/dl
It all depends on what kind of test you did? You should check out the diabetes websites.
No, but you are vague in your question. Was that a fasting, one done by an at home machine? The "normal" is between 80-120. If you have further concerns, ask your doctor. Hope this helps
If it is just after a meal, no. But if it is before a meal I would suggest keeping an eye on it.
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Well, that depends if that is a fasting or post meal blood sugar? Did you use a home test meter or were you at a doctors office? those things matter when determining if you have diabetes. I would say call your doctor and make an appointment, the normal blood sugar of a person without diabetes is a lot lower, like between 75-100, the normal sugar range for someone with diabetes is between 80-120 so its hard to say but I think its high.
Depend on the time of the Blood glucose level in the body. Normal Lvels: If it is taken in the morning the blood glucose level range should be between 80-110mgms /dl. 2 hours after principal lunch (noon-as in India )it should be 100-140 mgms/dl Random at any time in between it should be between 80-120mgms/dl. Any level above this is considered diabetes.
This is in the normal range. It might be slightly elevated but not even close to being diagnosed as a diabetic. Normal range is 85 - 120
Also: If you just ate something your blood sugar level can be slightly higher. Don't worry until it gets to be 180 or higher every time you get it checked. I've been a diabetic for 28 years. Your doing fine.