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Self-blood glucose monitoring, also called home blood glucose monitoring, is a way in which a person can test how much sugar is in the blood. It...
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Yes. Fortamet, as well as other formulations of metformin, lowers the amount of sugar in your blood by controlling how much sugar is released by the...
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If your blood sugar is high, consult your physician. When blood sugar cannot be lowered enough by either Fortamet (metformin hydrochloride) extended...
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When blood sugar cannot be lowered enough by Glucovance your doctor may prescribe injectable insulin or take other measures to control your diabetes.
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The best strategies to lower blood sugar levels are losing weight and controlling the quantity and quality of the carbohydrates you eat.The healthier...
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 During the night your liver is involved in modulating blood sugar with insulin. If you have diabetes or pre-diabetes or even metabolic syndrome...
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Eating less starches and sugars. Anything white you need to changed to wheat and use a sugar substitute. Watch your carbohydrates, you still need...
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... As most people know, blood sugar levels rise after eating. In imperfectly controlled diabetes, the blood sugar levels often rise higher and...
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While there is some evidence that statins can affect blood sugar, the benefits of the medications usually outweigh the risks. The effect on blood...
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While there is some evidence that the statin medications can affect blood sugar, the benefits of the medications usually outweigh the risks. The...
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Glucose is a simple sugar found in the blood. It is the body's main source of energy, and is also known as dextrose.
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1. Energy drinks that contain sugars as an ingredient may raise your blood sugar. 2. Many of the major brands of energy drinks provide the...
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When blood sugar cannot be lowered enough by Metaglip, your doctor may prescribe injectable insulin or take other measures to control your diabetes.
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You may want to talk to your OB/GYN about gestational diabetes.  It isn't uncommon for women to have trouble with their blood sugar when...