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If I Have A Ear Infection ,does My Diabetic Numbers Make A Difference.

If I Have A Ear Infection ,does My Diabetic Numbers Make A Difference.

posted 6 days ago
A DiabetesTeam Member

When you have any kind of infection (or injury) your body produces antibodies to try and "fix it"

Antibodies need sugar to do their job so our system will released stored sugar to help them out often resulting in slightly elevated (compared to normal) blood sugar levels

posted 6 days ago
A DiabetesTeam Member

I experienced that as well

posted 3 days ago

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