Glucose levels in your blood are increased by what you eat and how much your liver makes, as it is a other source of glucose production. If you are following the lifestyle changes, and there is no change in glucose levels, then you will most likely need medication if the levels remain above our target levels which are a morning fasting reading above 6 and an after meal(2 hours after starting to eat) reading of 8. Unfortunately I don’t have any further information as to why your levels have not improved, and your doctor would have to look at things like other medication, and also whether you are a type 1 or 2 diabetic.
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