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High Fasting and PP Sugar
My father is diabetic(10 years),he take 1 tablet of Azulix 2 MF every morning after breakfast.From last 2 month his blood glucose were normal.From 1 month he is not taking any medicine.Now his blood glucose are a bit on higher side,but this time his fasting sugar is quite high,around 170 mgdl and PP is 220.
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I don’t understand the problem. If your father had diabetes and stops diabetes medication obviously his sugar will be elevated.
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As he has stopped medicines sugars are he needs to be on medicines. So Kindly restart medicines and recheck sugars after 2 weeks
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Do not stop medications. You can continue same treatment and diabetic diet. Check Fbs and Ppbs after 15days and consult. Get his Fundoscopy and renal profile done.
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