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How do I control my blood sugar?

Q: I am suffering from diabetes for the past seven years. I also have a thyroid problem. My blood test report shows that the FBS is more than the PP. The last blood report showed PP: 108 mg/dl and FBS: 129 mg/dl. How do I control my sugar?

A:In a small percentage of diabetics, the PP blood sugar may be lower than fasting, especially early in the course of the disease. This pattern occurs due to excess insulin production by pancreas in response to a meal. This pattern may only be present either following breakfast or following each meal. There is nothing to worry about. The treatment for this is, taking small and frequent meals, in addition to your usual drugs.

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