No amount of medication controls or manages glucose levels by themselves. Medication HELPS to lower glucose levels with your assistance. One has to commit to a lifestyle change by adhering to a diabetic diet, maintaining proper body weight, and perform, at minimum, 30 minutes of physical exercise daily. Slack on one and you defeat the others ending up requiring more medication. Ever hear of anyone getting better by taking more medication?
From the levels you posted your much higher than normal levels is attributed to the foods you are eating. Types of foods to eat and types of foods to avoid has been discussed numerous times on this forum. Read other threads for tips and also use Google search for ideas on diabetics foods and recipes.
Given time with those BG you will develop complications from diabetes.
Have you started to eat low carb. your body converts carbs to BG. Exercise is a good way to control BG, it lowers it and a muscle that is toned uses more BG even at rest. See a MD BEFORE you develop complications.
Thanks for ur response Is it very high sugar or can control with with out medicines?
yes those readings are diabetic. you need to see a MD and reduce your carbohydrates you eat its NOT sugar its carbs. our body converts carbs to blood sugar.