My question is I had a hip replacement on Oct. 5, 2009. I have been having trouble since, doctors do not know why I am still in pain, possible replacement is too big. But, my sugar levels have been high for the last couple weeks. I have no infection, My last A1c was 6.0 and that was in November/2009. The couple of days my sugars have been in the 500's and my blood pressure is high. Could this all be because of the pain and stress I am in because of not knowing what is going on with my hip and the pain I am in? I am very worried about my sugars being so high and my vision is being effected due to my sugars being high. I have made an appointment with my doctor, but last reading was 541 and I do not feel go and very tired and sleepy. My stomach is very upset and I just want to sleep. So I make a trip to the ER?
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