Gemer 1 Tablet

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Rattan Singh Mahal Says:
Dear Doctor, Myself Rattan Singh Mahal very kindly ask your help as my son is suffering from Diabetes. His age is 33 and his name is Gurpal Singh Mahal. He is taking Gemer 1 tablet 3 times a day. He is having pain on right leg earlier and now it is on left leg. When his sugar is less i e 80 he is having pain and sugar reaches 140 there is no pain. sometimes the sugar reaches 240 if he takes more intake. I would like to get your kind help that how can we maintain this sugar. What is the diet for this. Sir kindly help me.

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mukesh Says:
sir, i am taking 2 tablet of gemer1 from last 3 months but still my blood suger is after food 240 and my age is 40 years plz give me advice.

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Verwon Says:
In both cases, diet does need to be used to help control blood sugar, the medications aren't usually enough to do it on their own.

You can learn more about diabetes here:


A proper diet needs to be as low as possible in sugars and low-fat, because fat coats the cells and prevents the absorption of the sugars they need to burn for energy.

Have your respective doctors provided any other advice?

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som nath bhardwaj Says:
have beeen using Gemer P1 for the last 10-15yrs.Recently ny throat has been drying up in the night . getting my sleep impossible. I also take Volibo 0.3. Is the long-term use of these two medicin es cause for my drying of throat? Pl en lighten me.Thanks Bhardwaj,Som Age 78 years

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Trainer Says:
I was taking gemer 1 for one year my blood sugar was controlled (120/140). I went out of country for a month and when I came back, my sugar level was 145/195. My dr. started gemer 2 and I started getting stomach upsets. Is it normal? I also take cardase 2.5 for BP.

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Shaila Says:
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Doctor has advised my mother to have gemer p2 and volix for diabetes could any one tell me how to take both the medicines

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