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Sugar Levels Chart Age Wise
I am a diabetic aging 39 years. I am unable to control my sugar level. Please advise, the best medicine for controlling it.
After neonatal: After the neonatal stage, for non-pregnant individuals all blood sugars fall under the same categorization for normal. Fasting serum glucose should be between about 65-99 mg/dl and 2 hours following a meal or oral glucose tolerance test, normal serum blood sugar should be less than 140 mg/dl. ...Read more
22% sodium level, b.P.150, sugar level 96, age 78 female suffering with p.D. Since 10years advance stage from nov'12. Seeking your valuable advice.
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You have multiple risk factors and should have a good relationship with your doc in order to adequately manage your healthcare.
Blessings. ...Read more
My fasting blood sugar level is 115 to 120 and my age is 49 years. How to control without medicines.
Lifestyle: Weight loss and exercise. 10 lbs of weight loss is more powerful than any medication. ...Read more
I am 39 years of age and my blood sugar level is 148 is this too high should I be taking medication?
It is high: Was it a a fasting blood sugar level. Is there sugar in the urine. are you experiencing frequent thirst and frequent urination. Has the blood sugar been elevated on multiple tests. There are alot of questions to answer before giving out advice about medication. Seek out your primary doctor and see what is suggested. ...Read more
I am 32 age. Yesterday I tested my blood sugar for 1st time, then I saw my blood sugar level is 228 before breakfast.
I have blood sugar level 140 in fasting. My age is 29 and seems I got caught at a very young age in diabetis. Plz give me some helpful tips.
Many: Check your sugars, eat well and avoid sweets and treats. Exercise regularly. Check your feet every day for cuts and problems, have an md checkup for your eyes yearly. If your sugars go over 150 regularly and you don't know why, see your doctor. Be faithful with your meds. Good look for a long and healthy life! ...Read more
My age is 56 and my blood sugar level is around 200 after taking tablet galvus met 50/850 mg twice a day, please advice me how do I manage it??
What's A1c?: Hi. Not enough information. We need to know your A1c stably on that regimen for 3-4 months. However, with at least some of your sugars around 200, there's a good chance your control is suboptimal and you are at a higher risk of long term complications. There are many wonderful new diabetes drugs available. At your age with so much of life ahead, you'll want the A1c in the low 6's for the long haul ...Read more
Hello sir mohit here Sir my father has diabetes from 10 years his age is now 50 years he controls a lot and medicine daily but sugar level remains 230?
Needs more: Hi Mohit. Your Dad's diabetes meds aren't doing the job. What's his A1c? Not knowing what medicines he's taking, all I can say is he needs more. One or more of his pills may not be contributing much, if anything, and could be stopped. There is always insulin, but he may be able to get control with some newer non-insulin drugs like GLP-1 receptor agonists and or SGLT-2 inhibitors. Ask his doc. ...Read more
Hi how much is random sugar level at age of 41. After drinking juice glass in 29 minutes my sugar was 145. Is it ok.
Age 16, T cholesterol 370mgh/dl, HDL 1.16, LDL 7.36, T Chol/ HDL ratio 7.91, sugar level normal. Is this very high?
Something isn't: Adding up. Perhaps typo...your ID info says age 76, not 16. Total cholesterol is given in mg/dl (370 IS high), but other values in mmol/l. However LDL of 7.36 mmol/l (284 mg/dl) is QUITE high, too. Unfortunately your 1.16 mmol/l (44 mg/dl) HDL isn't very far into the protective range. Ratio is high. Notes say you have had heart stent so cholesterol needs to be much lower;need meds. Review with Doc ...Read more
H before 5 hrs my sugar Level was 432 and now its 362 fever from past 6 days blood pletets are 75000. My age is 55. Now in Hospital. Serious???
Infection?: Most likely all due to infection. Treat the infection and IV fluids and the rest should improve ...Read more
My glucose falls when I'm working. I'm NOT diabetic. How can I maintain my glucose levels, food wise? I hate having to use sugar to bring it up!
No need: Hi. There's no need to bring your sugar up if you're not diabetic (so not taking insulin). Are you overweight/obese? Such people can early on get sugars that look on the low end, but they're NOT a problem, and do not meed or warrant treatment. Eat healthily and exercise regularly. Good luck! ...Read more
I am 19yrs old and I have a fasting sugar level of 94 and post-breakfast sugar level as103.Is it safe to have 94 fasting sugar at this age? Can u pls guide me how to reduce it..
Blood glucose: A fasting glu of 94 is normal. It is normal for it to go up a bit after eating. Relax. ...Read more
See doc/nutritionist: The body has an incredible ability to regulate sugar, but once this ability is diseased as in diabetes, you will have to work extra-hard to help. Healthy, balanced/diabetic diet (diabetes. Org or see a diabetic educator), exercise regularly, keep ideal body wt/wt loss, and of course see your doc for assessment/treatment. Follow your doc's recommendation & I am sure u will do well. Good luck. ...Read more
The human body tries to keep glucose (sugar) levels in the blood stream fairly steady. There is a complex interaction between several hormones (esp Insulin and glucagon) that either stores excess glucose or makes the liver release stored glucose.
Some people have low glucose because they run out of stores or have excess insulin. Others have high glucose due to insufficient Insulin (diabetes). ...Read more
No but if: Symptoms or just took insulin and no food to cover it maybe but normal sugar fasting is 70-99, 2 hours after a meal <140 but if diabetic we allow more fasting 80-130, 2 hrs after a meal 80-180, somewhere in middle is ideal, some like it stricter but risky since too low can damage the brain cause a coma and more ...Read more
Yes, sugar does age.: Sugar causes cross-linking of collagen and elastin. Sugars attach to adjacent collagen chains which are elastic in formation by hydrogen bonds between hydroxyproline and hydroxylysine. These are replaced by irreversible covalent bonds. This is used medically (prolotherapy), but throughout the body-it is harmful. Skin because less elastic\as do joints and blood vessels. Sugar ages! ...Read more
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