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Check your bloodsugar 4 to 6 times a day, OR MORE. Get on an eating plan with your doctor or dietician. Learn to use "sliding scale" insulin. Everyone can do it and it's very effective. I've been diabetic for 16 years and my hemoglobin A1c has always been between 5.0 to 5.7, with the last being 5.4 It IS possible to be in perfect control. Talk to your physician about it, and if your physician is unwilling GET A NEW DOCTOR!!!
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