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If you are already under treatment for diabetes, and still, your blood sugar levels remain high or are rising gradually, consult a doctor immediately, as they are signs of uncontrolled diabetes. Your doctor will change or increase the dose of the tablet or suggest taking Insulin shots and will suggest some lifestyle changes, which might help control your sugar levels. High blood sugar can lead to frequent infections, diabetic ketoacidosis, unintentional weight loss, increased hunger and thirst, frequent urination, kidney problems, tingling or numbness in the extremities, and heart problems.