Diabetes means that you have too much sugar in your blood. A main goal of treating diabetes is to keep your blood sugar controlled.
People with diabetes may have high or low blood sugar at times. Both can be serious if untreated. So learn about high and low blood sugar.
Checking Your Blood Sugar
Monitoring your blood sugar is the main tool you have to help you manage diabetes.
Keeping track of your blood sugar levels helps you see if your diabetes treatment plan is working for you—or whether you need some changes.
How to Prevent Low Blood Sugar
Make the Most of Each Visit With Your Health Care Provider
What Is an A1C Test?
How Your A1C Relates to Your Daily Blood Sugar Readings
Taking Medicines for Diabetes
The Glycemic Index: Helping People With Diabetes Make Healthier Food Choices
Your Diabetes and What You Eat
Physical Activity May Help Manage Your Diabetes
Diabetes and Your Sex Life
Traveling With Type 2 Diabetes
Diabetes Exam Guide and Checklist
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