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Sat Feb 16 19:38:01 EST 2013

fasting blood glucose in the morning varies from 120 to 165. I am 72 with type 2. I take 2 metformin at night and 1 in the morning. What can I do
Category: Type 2

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2014-05-15 14:48:10.0

Hello,

Thanks for asking dLife.

It is great that you recognize that your fasting blood glucose may be above a safe range. The medicine that you are presently taking may not be providing adequate control of your blood glucose.

Share your blood glucose readings when you talk with your doctor. He or she and review your log and determine how best to update your diabetes treatment plan. Be sure to continue with your meal and exercise plan. healthful eating and active lifestyle are the foundation of diabetes control.

Read about the tools for tracking blood glucose control.

Take care.

Answered By: Liz Quintana
Accreditations: EdD, RD, LD, CDE
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