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Hiiiii...my father is 62 years old...he is diabetic patient...he took vildagliptin and metformin hydrochloride tablet 50 mg/500mg.but this medicine not suited because his sugar level not coming down after taking this medicine. From yesterday he took vildagliptin and metformin hydrochloride tablet 50 mg/1000mg and dapagliflozin tablet 10 mg prescribed by doctor but his health is not ok..he faced body ache, unconsciousness .today his fasting blood sugar is 123...so please suggest he took this medicine or not...also prescribed another medicine if it is not good for health...
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Book an online consultation for further management. Check urine ketones. Keep hydrated for now and pause dapagliflozin. Monitor sugars as well and keep a diary.
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