Addiction Rehab: I Can’t Get My Blood Sugar Levels Down. Please Help!?

Question by Cutie: I can’t get my blood sugar levels down. Please help!?
Hi I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 2007, since then I have rarely have a low reading. The lowest my blood sugar as been was 137mg/dl. I try to eat healthy even though it is really hard. My blood sugar level are often in the high 200s and 300s and at its highest 470 mg/dl. I desperately want my sugar under control as I would love to have a baby this year, but I am afraid that if I do not get my sugar under control that I will not have a healthy baby.

Please give me some advise.

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Answer by Thandarr
I don’t know what you’ve tried, other than eating sensibly. That has been difficult for me. I know what you mean about it being really hard. Part of the problem with Type 2 diabetes is that it makes you hungry.

I know this can be very frustrating. In my experience exercise has helped, even though I really hate doing it. Take a blood sugar reading. Then go out and walk for as long as you can. Come back in and take another reading and see how much difference it made.

I hate exercising. I just have to make myself do it. My doctor has adjusted my medications as well. In addition to prescription medications, I am taking a lot of vitamins.

Recently, through a combination of diet, exercise, and enough pills that I’m sometimes afraid that diabetes may just kill me through choking, I’ve managed to get my blood sugar down.

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