Can Glucored Forte Be Effective For Me?

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buddha Says:
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I am a diabetic for last 25 yrs. last 10 years I was taking tripride 2 before breakfast volivo .5 before lunch tripride 1 before dinner. but last few months sugar level was not coming down below 220. then new doctor prescribe tripride 2 before breakfast kombiglyze xr 5/500 before lunch and triazulix 2 before dinner. it works well. now problem is that my sugar level went below 72. In this stage I stopped kombiglize for 5 days sugar level comes to 130/140. again I start the medicine. i think there is over dose which doctor dose not agree. i also feel pancreatic problem like indigestion foul smell from faces. now another doctor prescribed only glucored forte twice daily morning and night. now i am at a fix whether I should continue the previous medication or I should adopt new medication. Please guide me.



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