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Shubham Gupta   
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Absolutely NOT..This particular condition is related to the insulin release at day time and you may please confirm that this is not happening again and if it happens, you will have to keep a track on your diets and exercise well.Prevention is always better than cure and stay away from Diabetes!! Normal blood sugar levels Fasting blood sugar level: 70-110 mg/dl Postprandial blood sugar level (after 2 hrs of meal): 80-140 mg/dl Blood sugar levels in prediabetics (impaired glucose tolerance) Fasting blood sugar level: 110-125 mg/dl Postprandial blood sugar level: 140-200 mg/dl Blood sugar levels in diabetics Fasting blood sugar level: 126 mg/dl or more Postprandial blood sugar level: 200 mg/dl or more

I think NO. Once you are wedded to the disease you have to live with it. No divorce possible. You should also treat your fiancee properly and if you ignore her, you will get severe punishment ranging from foot ulcer, retinopathy, kidney failure and finally heart attack.

No, Lantus should not be diluted or mixed with other insulin or solution. If mixed, the solution can turn cloudy. The time to peak and onset of action can also be altered in an unpredictable manner when mixed with other insulin or solution. Hypoglycemia is the most common side-effect observed with Lantus and hence precautions should be taken to inject it as prescribed.

Absolutely NOT..This particular condition is related to the insulin release at day time and you may please confirm that this is not happening again and if it happens, you will have to keep a track on your diets and exercise well.Prevention is always better than cure and stay away from Diabetes!! Normal blood sugar levels Fasting blood sugar level: 70-110 mg/dl Postprandial blood sugar level (after 2 hrs of meal): 80-140 mg/dl Blood sugar levels in prediabetics (impaired glucose tolerance) Fasting blood sugar level: 110-125 mg/dl Postprandial blood sugar level: 140-200 mg/dl Blood sugar levels in diabetics Fasting blood sugar level: 126 mg/dl or more Postprandial blood sugar level: 200 mg/dl or more

I think NO. Once you are wedded to the disease you have to live with it. No divorce possible. You should also treat your fiancee properly and if you ignore her, you will get severe punishment ranging from foot ulcer, retinopathy, kidney failure and finally heart attack.

No, Lantus should not be diluted or mixed with other insulin or solution. If mixed, the solution can turn cloudy. The time to peak and onset of action can also be altered in an unpredictable manner when mixed with other insulin or solution. Hypoglycemia is the most common side-effect observed with Lantus and hence precautions should be taken to inject it as prescribed.