About Blood Sugar Control
The chart below gives you an idea of what your blood sugar level should be. Your goal blood sugar (or glucose) range may be different from another person's and will change throughout the day. Your health care provider will tell you what range is good for you.
Recommended Blood Sugar Range for People With Diabetes
When to Call the Doctor About Your Blood Sugar
If your blood sugar is less than 70 mg/dL and you have more than one unexplained low blood sugar reaction in one week, call your health care provider.
If your blood sugar is more than 180 mg/dL for more than a week, or if you have two consecutive readings greater than 300 mg/dL, call your health care provider.
In most cases, your health care provider will suggest changes in your diabetes management.