i am a patient of diabetes type II when i was 42 years old, i take my medicines regularly but from few days my left feet has got swelling. I have gone through all the tests my cholesterol is normal but my sugar level was high n Blood pressure as well n im an office going person and my work deals with long sitting hours.what should i do?
my feel swell when I get high sugars as well
try checking your sugar more often to find the sorce of your high blood sugar
make sure you are also messuring the food you eat
so when you go to the soctors to get your a1c
they can help work with you to lower your sugar
there are also certian herbs you can take
cinnomon will greatly help lower your blood sugars as well as apple cider vinigar
there are others I know of can't name them off hand but it certianly would not hurt to try
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