People who have been suspected of having high blood glucose levels needs to take a blood sugar test.
Yes, HBA1C is a good test that indicates the risk of getting diabetes.
Too much food, such as a meal or snack with more carbohydrates than usual. Not being active are factors that can affect blood glucose levels.
A blood glucose level 42mg/dl or less is low and should be shown to a doctor immediately.
Not being active, eating unhealthy foods, obesity are risk factors of diabetes.
There are strips and accuchecks to check blood sugar levels instantly.
Yes they can function normally however, you are advised to get new ones.
Over time, diabetes melitus can cause the vessels to become narrow and clogged. Without enough blood, the kidneys become damaged and albumin (a type of protein) passes through these filters and ends up in the urine leading to detection of protein and sugar in the urine sample.