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My Fasting sugar level is 105 consistentky from 1 week
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my fasting gluocose level is between 102 to 105 from last one week...Is it ok or i should try to bring it below 100.Iam not taking any medicines and this level is because of diet control and exercise.Does 105 level will effect my body by any means ???
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plz reply friends....
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I was advised that my FBS should be between 72 and 126. Weight maintenance, low carbs and exercise will get you under 100 I'm sure.  Your indicated a1c at 105 is 5.3%. This level makes my Dr smile.
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thanx alot asok475. It means my body parts are totally safe at this level.?? i need not to worry at all..?
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one more thing...Whats the range for post meals at which body parts are not effected at all ?
i hope iam not troubling you by asking silly questions..plz reply dear...
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