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high blood sugar after esi

nan1313nnan1313 Posts: 1
edited 11/02/2014 - 7:03 PM in Spinal Injections
I had a ESI 10 days ago and my blood sugar has been out of control I'm on two different types of insulin where normally I just take oral medication. How long does it usually take for it to go out of your system or for your blood sugar levels to become normal again? I've had 6 Esi's and this is the first time that my blood sugar has ever gone out of control usually it's just the day of and into the next day....I am seeing my endocrinologist of course but just curious.


  • LizLiz Posts: 8,835
    edited 11/02/2014 - 7:03 PM
    I don't know if anyone on the forum would have any knowledge of this to make a suggestion and any information if you do get a response will be based on a members experience and not given as formal advice, there is nobody on the forum qualified or permitted to give medical advice.
    If I was you I would rather speak to a pharmacist or your doctor.

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