I am supposedly a diabetic. Yes, my blood sugar count gets really high. The thing is when my blood sugar count is 400 or more, I feel great. It is when it is what doctors consider perfect like 100 when I feel terrible. 100 or lower, I suffer from headaches, blurred vision, constant thirst, and frequent urination. I need help in solving this problem. I was placed on Metformin 1000mg a day. That only raises my blood sugar count. I was a gestational diabetic before on two occassions. Am I a diabetic or is there something else going on. Also, I sweat really bad at night and have constant fevers during the night with a rapid pulse. Please help me I feel terrible and fatigue all the time.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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