66 Year Old On Multiple Medications For Diabetes, Hypertension And A Cholesterol Problem

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Premkumar Says:


My mother who is 66 years old has diabetes, hypertension, and a cholesterol problem. Her ultrasound scanning shows grade 2 renal parenchyma changes. My mother takes human mixtard insulin, metolar 25mg, cilacar 20mg, angispan tr 2.5, gabaneuron 100, pantop 40 and atorvastatin 20mg. Are there any side effects associated with these medications?



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