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I am taking Glycomet gp 2 twice a day and Galvus met 50/500 after noon...still my fasting blood glucose levels is 300. Pls suggest which changes i have to do in my medicine
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medrol itself increase sugar ....you should consult diabetologist immediately for your treatment....
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nsaid may accelerate your kidney damage as already diabetes and RF both are notorious for silent nephropathy
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be cautious....its silent killer...consult doctor.
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Hello.. I suppose u have type 2 diabetes.. Inspite of taking almost 3 antidiabetic medication u are not yet controlled mostly suggest progression of diabetes. Other reasons for uncontrolled sugars could be lack of lifestyle medications like diet and exercise, stress, other hormonal imbalances.. So plz modify your lifestyle if not so but most important to consult endocrinologist for dose adjustment because u likely require insulin for better control...!!!
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GET HB1AC.... Consult Endocrinologist..!!
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