My fasting blood sugar is 130 to 135 over last four years. My postprandial sugar is between 90 to 110. Yes, my postprandial is less than my fasting sugar level. Usually, the reading will be taken after 1 hour 45 minutes or 2 hours after eating breakfast. I am unable to bring down the fasting sugar level. My HbA1c reading is 6. I am taking Glycomet 500 mg before dinner daily. Can you tell me why my fasting is higher than my postprandial?
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