Glycomet Gp1

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Lohani Says:

I am Taking Glycomet Gp 1 tablet in the morning and Glycomet 500 mg tablet in night but still my sugar is not in control. Presently my sugar level-empty stomach is 114 and after food is 199. This has been since last 3 months. Kindly advice.

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Verwon Says:

Are you watching your diet, as well as taking the medication?

A medication alone is not enough to control your blood sugar. If you are eating a lot of foods that are laden in fats and/or sugars, it is going to cause your blood sugar to go up.

The medication can only help to a certain point, but you also have to help it. You should keep your diet as healthy as possible, which for you means cutting down on fats and sugars.


Also, how long after you eat are you checking your blood sugar? Everyone's will be raised, within a few hours of eating. This is perfectly normal, but it shouldn't really be going that high.

If you are eating healthy and it is still going that high, then you need to consult your doctor, as you may require a dosage adjustment or a different medication.


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Dr Roy Says:

u have take a aloe vera juice empty stomach daily.

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plz say the quantity in every day of alovera juice

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Manas Says:

I am 43yr Male. I have Fasting sugar 124 and PP 204, HBA1c 7.5. Will one Glycomet Gp1 (250mg) tablet in the morning be sufficient?

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Manas Says:

I am 43yr Male. I have Fasting sugar 124 , PP 204 and HBA1c 7.5. I am advised one Glycomet Gp1 (250mg) tablet in the morning. Will it be sufficient?

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Liki Says:
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Hi, I am taking Glycomet GP 1 twice a day before meals... I want to know how long of a time gap there should be between taking the tablets before consuming the food? I am also suffering from hair loss after taking these tablets. Is it a side effect?

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Lingesh Says:
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Hello. I am taking glycomet gp-1 twice daily in the morning and evening before food! How many minutes before eating should I take the medicine? Or should I take it JUST before food?

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