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high blood sugar

Hyperglycemia

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Q. what is a high blood sugar for a four yr old?My grandkid is 4 with a bloodsugar of 195 after eating

A. Sorry, it didn't paste it well. These are the levels:
Below 5 years old first thing in morning or 2 hours before or after meal should be between 80 to 200. Before bedtime snack is should be above 150.
Here is a website you can check:
http://www.boystownpediatrics.org/PedsAdvisor/content/pa/index.asp?page=pa_selfgluc_pep.htm

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