Hello friends: I've been on the forum for a few years, but I need your help now: it seems like I'm in serious trouble and need your advice. I was diagnosed in 2016 with T2, I dieted hard and the doctor took it back to pre-diabetes: when I tested my bloods since then, I got reasonable readings: 5 or 6 in the mornings, 7 or 8 after a starchy meal. The problem came that I had angina and coronary heart disease, and a I had a stent put in on July 31st- so far so good, but today I took some blood tests and the readings are quite concerning: I had two Marks and spencer floury baps for breakfast at 11:00 (yes, starchy, and I was prepared for my readings to be quite high, but not as high as it turned out to be) at 2:00pm, my blood was 11.9. Fairly horrifying, but understandable after bread: I went for a walk and a wait, and tested again at 3:30pm- now it had gone up to 14.3- now that is something new! Truly awful. I had a nap and tested again at 10:30 pm- still 11.8. I haven't really seen such awful numbers before and wonder if it's to do with the heart medicine I'm on right now: rosuvastatin, asprin, aloglyptin(fat lot of good that trash is doing)Pantoprazole and brilinta. I don't want to stop taking my medication, but for two marks and spencer baps I have these numbers? Do I stop taking the medication? (which costs me £300 a month) I quite want to kill myself to be honest, but I have two small children so I cant, plus I'm aware that it's stress talking. Still though, I'm definitely at a loss as to what to do next. I'm seeing the cardiologist in September, so my plan I suppose is to not eat any starch and jump rope all day until then. Still- I don't see how I can go on with these numbers. Any advice would be gratefully received: I'll do what I can to try and get back into a healthy state.