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Can’t Control Your Blood Sugar Level? Here’s What To Do

October 24th, 2020

Millions of people suffer from type 2 diabetes. While there are outlined ways to help you keep your blood sugar level low (and take control of your life), not everyone manages to make that happen. Admittedly, managing diabetes isn’t “very easy”; this is particularly true for those who are recently diagnosed, and don’t yet have a proper diabetes management plan. The result? An enormous number of people who have uncontrolled diabetes. Worse? Many of them don’t even care; this has been shown by numerous surveys over the years.

Noticing These Signs?

If you’re failing to control your blood sugar level, some of the common signs you will notice include loss of weight, constant tiredness and fatigue, more urination, tingling and numbness in hands and feet, excessive thirst, slow-healing wounds, and more. Of course, instead of looking for these signs, you should ideally get tested to keep a tab on your diabetes. (It’s recommended to invest in your at-home testing device for frequent testing.)

Hyperglycemia can be fatal, damaging everything from your heart to kidneys to the circulatory system. So, if your blood glucose level is beyond the recommended threshold, you must take immediate note of that and connect with your doctor as soon as you can. The doctor may order a change in your regimen. And if the levels are critically high, they may introduce insulin injections in your diabetes management plan.

Do You Need to Change Your Doctor?

Controlling your high blood sugar level is a teamwork between the patient and doctor. Both must work together. It is the responsibility of the doctor to explain everything to the patients, resolve their queries, and provide them with more insights about the treatment course. At the same time, it’s the responsibility of the patient to listen to their doctor closely, as well as report to the office regularly as asked. In this context, if you’re not happy with your existing doctor, you should consider finding someone else. This is especially true if you’ve been following your doctor’s advice properly but are still struggling to get your diabetes under control. Get in touch with a different doctor; someone qualified and experienced in helping patients with diabetes. Google “diabetes management near me” or “primary care near me”; browse through the list of doctors or clinics, do some research, and make your pick.

Act Promptly and Work Closely With Your Doctor

Let the new doctor know about your health condition and current struggle in getting your diabetes under control. They will recommend tests, change medications, and offer some advice. Follow everything they ask you to do. If the blood sugar level is still high, report back to your doctor. Hopefully, if you stick to your diabetes management regimen, you will soon have your diabetes under control. The key thing here is acting promptly, which many patients don’t do because they don’t necessarily “feel” anything wrong when their blood glucose is high. Don’t take it lightly; don’t just hope it would go away. Act quickly before any serious damage is done. The first step is giving your doctor a call and letting them know about your uncontrolled diabetes.

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