My blood sugar level is always high (between 300-400). I don't eat a lot but the level is always high. I take the pills I've been prescribed two times a day, but the levels won't go down. Do you know what the problem might be? Thank you.
Hi Evelyn -
I'm sorry it's taken so long for someone to reply to your question! I'm sure you've gotten this figured out by now, but it sounds like something that your doctor needed to know about in order to make sure your medication levels were appropriate for managing your condition. I'm not sure what you are/were taking, but I hope you've gotten some good advice from your physician at this point and are on your way to having your blood sugar levels under better control.
Here are some links to articles on our site that might help you better understand how to manage your diabetes:
Exercise Snacks Control Diabetes Levels Better
Sleep More, Weigh Less for Diabetes Control
10 Things You Should Do After Your Diabetes Diagnosis
Best of luck to you, Evelyn!