Glucose fluctuation

Patient : I am a recovered Type 2 Diabetic, with a A1C of 5.5 as of a month ago...My blood sugar was consistently in the low to mid-80's everyday upon rising...I got 2 cortizone shots for an injured shoulder a week or so ago, and then I noticed that my glucose was in the early 100's upon rising...Now, it is fluctuating from the early 100's to late 80's, mid-90's...Would cortizone make one's glucose fluctuate like this, or would it remain steadily high?
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