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I got my sugar tested today and it shows that I am having diabetes I know it is not treatable but I want to wether it is curable through homeopathy or ayurvedic
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Diabetes can be controlled with diet , exercise and allopathy medicine.. Depends on the sugar level whether oral medicine or insulin needs to be added Homeopathy or ayurvedic does not have any cure for diabetes..so better to avoid.. Consult for better guidance
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Hi Need to see your report of hba1c. Contact me on practo. Personally.
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It’s ur choice
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It is very well treatable, and you can control your Blood sugar and avoid sugar coming in urine ;
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Please consult us for Best Diabetes Control or Diabetes Reversal program
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It is not curable as nearly 50% of beta cells are already exhausted by the time it is detected. However, those who have HbA1c less than 8%, in the first five years of diagnosis and on 2 or less Oral anti diabetic medicines can expect a reversal.
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Consult a physician for next step. This platform is just for getting understanding
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can u connect or whatsapp on 959798368zero..will guide u on what has to be done ..don't worry, u will get better
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Diet control and exercise. But if u are diabetic than u have to start medication otherwise it will effect other organs.
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Connect please
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it is manageable with medications and lifestyle modifications and is it reversible it depends on your body. please consult with reports and will need more detailed history for better analysis and management.
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Diabetes is treatable by proper diet exercise and drugs
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Diet control and excercise is must with meds
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Hi., I can understand your concern. Prediabetes can be reversed. But diabetes can be managed with a proper dose of medicine, diet and exercise. If blood sugar levels are getting lower due to antidiabetic medicine, we can reduce the dose little by little then can stop medicine.
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