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My mother is diagnosed with diabetes 10 days back. Her blood sugar levels before were: Fasting sugar level - 255 mg/dl Postlunch sugar level - 412 mg/dl She is using two tablets for past 10days. 1. metformin hydrochloride prolonged release and glimepiride tablets ip (1 before breakfast and 1 before dinner) 2. methylcobalamin alpha lipoic acid pyridoxine hydrochloride and folic acid capsules. Currently her sugar levels after using those tablets for 10 days are: Fasting sugar level - 118 mg/dl Postlunch sugar level - 175 mg/dl Since her sugar levels reduced, can she reduce the intake of those? Please help!
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Yes. If her treating doctor advocates that. Please follow his advice.
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