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Hello. diabetes from past 5-6 yrs no family background has diabetes. He is suffering from Muscular dystrophy from past 10-12 yrs he can't walk or stand only sitting and sleeping no excersice has more he will control in food and also from past 3-4 months he is not using white rice for his food he is intaking (foxtail Millet) and also taking tab Glynase MF morning and night from past 2-3yrs approx please suggest him to control the sugar level correctly food items to in take not to intake. Sugar level (Fasting Blood 181 mg/dl- Urine Trace. Post Blood 297 mg/dl- Urine 0.5%) In this test the post sugar level has increased on last tests it was post <200.
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Patient's muscular dystrophy leads to sedentary life which might have become a cause for increased sugar levels. Both conditions needs to be treated.   Ayurveda mentions certain Rasayana medicines which can take care if both conditions. Also just one type of food doesn't help. Certain millets are heavy to digest and need to be taken in moderate amount.   Good range of medicines like suvarnakalpas can be useful in his condition after proper consultation from a learned Ayurveda practitioner.
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Hello there.  I can understand your concern.  You just need to continue the yablets as suggested by the physician. In food you just need to avoid foods with high glycemic index foods. You can use jowar, bajra etc. High fiber foods can be given. Consult a general physician in person for further evaluation and management.  Best regards. Dr. Anil kumar jain. Bangalore.
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