Manage Pre-Diabetes after Gall Bladder Removal

 

Pre-diabetes, also known as borderline diabetes, need not be as scary as it sounds. This is the story of Sunaina, who at age 52 was diagnosed with this ailment after her gall bladder was removed. A borderline diabetic will have slightly high blood glucose levels, but not enough to be termed a diabetic.

Why it’s Important to Prevent Diabetes

The most well-known complications suffered by diabetics are kidney failure, problems with the eyesight and numbness and tingling in the hands or feet. Other complications include high blood pressure and an increased risk of heart disease and stroke. Diabetics are also known to suffer from depression.

Blood Sugar Levels Can Shoot Up After Surgery

Sunaina was extremely surprised as she’s had no history of diabetes. Research shows that diabetes can be genetic. Sunaina’s grandfather had developed diabetes a year or so before his death. Some doctors allege that blood glucose …

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