The American Diabetes Association has a great website with a lot of information that may be helpful for you. Also, medhelp has a lot of resources as well as communities where you can meet/talk with other people who have type 2 diabetes. You should ask your doctor where he or she wants your blood sugars to be. Typically, you want to keep your bloodsugars as close to normal as possible- this means a fasting blood sugar of less than 100mg/dl. Non fasting blood sugars should be less than 180 mg/dl. However, target ranges are individualized and you should really discuss this with your doctor. Good luck.
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