Am diabetic since 2012 and have been using glynase mf 1 each on morning and night.one month back went for sugar check up and one of the doctor suggested me to use cetapin (morning) and Janumet XR 100mg/1000mg at night.since then I have been taking these tablets but my sugar not controlled as that of using glynase mf
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Intially you are on sulfonylureas and metformin, then you have been shifted to sitagliptin and metformin.. It's not a bad move, but some times glucose control may not be as good as with sulfonylureas. So you may need additional drugs or change in lifestyle according to your glucose profile. It's difficult to suggest without your glucose values and clinical details.
Dr Shanmugasundar MD DM Endocrinologist.
Magna clinics for obesity diabetes and endocrinology, kk nagar.
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