I am constantly told I am high risk for diabetes, and am on Crestor 10mg daily and Norvapine 5mg daily. Would this be affecting my BSL, and if so, by how much?
Being high risk means you are already borderline. For some people that is enough to start damage to eyes, vessels, neuropathy, and all the other big problems. My guess is you are to lose weight, watch your diet and eat lots more fiber, veggies and fruit, and get more exercise. Waiting until you have diabetes is not helpful because underlying damage is not evident for some time.
If you start adjusting now, you will save yourself from a life of misery, needles, tests, meters, pills, and the rest of it. You have no idea how many would love to have that opportunity. You will be happy you did the work. Ask questions and know that we will support you. Karen
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