Once you have Type 2 diabetes, is it true that it can be reversed and you will no longer have...
diabetes, and can an accident (such as, slipping and hitting your head) cause blood sugar levels to increase to 400?
What you are asking is most likely know as stress induced hyperglycemia, and they reverse once the the stress is reduced but that may be an indication for fragility of the person's blood sugar control syaytem.
those persons should get through check up done to rule out diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance.
Kindly discuss with your family physician he or she will be able to guide you better.
by coffeee47 years ago
Once you have Type 2 diabetes, is it true that it can be reversed and you will no longer have...diabetes, and can an accident (such as, slipping and hitting your head) cause blood sugar levels to increase to 400?
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