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Diabetes not getting low
My mom age 47 started taking medicines for diabetes since 2014 glycomet Gp3 voglibose o.3 n some multi vitamin tablets , she walks regularly n take proper diet , but sugar level not coming down its keep on fluctuating from 8.3 to 6.3 hb1ac level , n the doctor whom we consulting not taking proper care if please suggest . She is taking cholesterol n thyroid tablet as well , she is very much depressed of taking more tablets ..
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Dr. Pravishal D Adling
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Hello, really appreciate ur concern. Actually, diabetes management needs individual based approach ; which needs good coordination between doctor & patient. I would suggest show her to diabetologist or endocrinologist. There are many factors which can affect sugars , which should be found out. Take care
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Dr. Geetendra Singh Dhanawat
Family Physician 15 yrs exp Mumbai
She needs proper diabetes management by a Diabetologist or endocrinologist. Please consult with specialist doctor. Diabetes is a dynamic disease which needs active participation by doctor and patient.
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Dr. Narendra BS
Diabetologist 9 yrs exp Bangalore
Hello, for fluctuations in her diabetes Medication needs to be adjusted, better done with an Endocrinologist. Pls continue diet & exercise. Depression or feeling low can be due to her diabetes or fluctuating TSH levels also. Both diabetes & thyroid when controlled well, she ll feel better. I would need her recent medications - like how many times Glycomet GP3 & Voglibose 0.3 she is taking & what dose of thyroid she is taking with recent TSH report to completely advise her, thanks. Or pls consult your Endocrinologist for the advise. Thanks.
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