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Why your blood sugar changes
Because so many things can affect your blood sugar, your numbers can change from hour to hour throughout the day. With all those ups and downs, you may start to recognize the warning symptoms of blood sugar levels that are too high or too low. Or you may not experience any symptoms at all. With so much going on, remember to check your blood sugar as directed by your doctor.
Here are some of the reasons your blood sugar levels can go up and down throughout the day.
Taking your medication as prescribed by your doctor may help control your blood sugar levels. Since diabetes can change over time, your diabetes treatment may need to change, too. If you haven’t done so recently, find out where you stand with your Personal Check-In.