Welcome to HealingWell, Shorty. I don't know if the symptoms you listed are actually related to the blood sugar. It could also be blood pressure or even anxiety or something else but they are worrisome and
the 137 is high.
I am wondering why your doctor was not concerned with your blood sugar when it was 360 a year ago when you had your gallbladder out. Honestly, I would find another doctor.
Please read the link in my signature to the site which explains a lot about
blood sugar. This will help you understand more about
how to control it too with some diet changes.
Since you have a blood sugar meter, you could keep a record for several days in a row every week fasting, before breakfast, two hours after breakfast and the same for lunch and dinner if you can. This will show you how you metabolize your food.
If you are still having any of those symptoms you described and can test your blood sugar, it would be helpful to see what it is when you're feeling dizzy or lightheaded, etc.
I'm glad you found HealingWell!
Do you have any family members with diabetes?
Laniediabetes moderatordiabetes type 2 controlled by diet and exercise and
very low carb way of eating Check out the following site for more info on blood sugar:www.phlaunt.com/diabetes/