In addition to controlling blood sugars very well (80-120 range), you may find that strictly limiting sugars in your diet (these come from fruits, starchy vegetables, grains) and adopting a low carb diet, may be very beneficial - also this will help you control your blood sugars.
Plenty of non-starchy veges (ie. everything but corn, potato and sweet potato).
Please exercise daily as this will also help your blood sugar.
You can wash with diluted vinegar, to also help.
You may need to ask your Dr about oral meds for yeast (diflucan) if these other measures do not help.
is this a common side affect? im unaware of this one...but my mouth is consistantl sore......yeast infection?
omfg! i learn new stuff all the time bout this....arrrgggg SO frustrated. sorry for the rant...
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