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is thisdangerous blood suger 200
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  MasterDoc replied 8 years ago.

Unless it was much higher a few hours earlier and has now gone DOWN to 200, this value is NOT acutely dangerous. No emergent treatment is needed. Note I said it is not ACUTELY dangerous. It is a very poor number to maintain on a regular basis as it may lead to LONG-TERM problems.

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Expert:  MasterDoc replied 8 years ago.

SOrry, I didn't realize this was connected to the seroquel question. However it does not change my answer. I would not take an additional metformin for this. I would simply continue to monitor the sugar. You should have a plan arranged with your MD regarding at what point he feels additional treatment is necessary.

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