5 Things People With Diabetes Shouldn’t Tell Their Doctor

You probably already know that lying to your doctor is pretty bad. However, when it comes to diabetes, there are a few common lies people tell for different reasons. Never do that again!


Lie #1: “I check my blood sugar regularly.”

Blood glucose monitoring is a powerful tool for keeping your diabetes in control. Your doctor needs to know those numbers in order to track your disease evolution. Instead of lying about testing constantly, you should just be honest and explain the issue to your doctor.

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