An acceptable blood sugar level for a person who does not have diabetes is 3.8-6.1 mmol/L before meals and 4.4-7.0 mmol/L, one or two hours after meals. When you have diabetes, acceptable blood sugar levels range between 4-7 mmol/L (before meals) and 5-10 mmol/L (2 hours after meals). Assuming you eat about 5 hours before you go to bed, you are not doing very well with your numbers. If you were diagnosed in November as diabetic and not given any medication, I would STRONGLY suggest you go back to the doctor and discuss your blood sugar numbers AND your diagnosis. You should probably start with some sort of medication.
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I was put on metformin when i was diagnosed in nov last year they are my numbers while on metformin so would i still need to go back or not 2x 500mgs.